The 13 Scariest Things in IT for 2010 - Slide 3

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Narrow interpretations of compliance regulations lead to unnecessary hassles, such as the use of virtual machines in PCI-DSS environments.

 

Related Topics : Nortel, Fujitsu, Information Architecture, BEA Systems, TCP/IP

 
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