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or download it in pdf version. For example:

>Engaging with the new eLearning: http://jhusel.tradepub.com/c/pubRD.m...oc:&pc=w_ado16

12 strategies for engaging and retaining learners through compelling
online experiences.

>Vulnerability Management for Dummies: http://jhusel.tradepub.com/c/pubRD.m...=oc:&pc=w_qa18

As a business owner, or someone responsible for network security
within your organization, you need to understand how to prevent
attacks and eliminate network weaknesses that leave your business
exposed and at risk.
Vulnerability Management for Dummies arms you with the facts and shows
you how to implement a successful Vulnerability Management program.
Whether your network consists of just a handful of computers or
thousands of servers distributed around the world, this 5-part book
will help:
Explain the critical need for Vulnerability Management (VM)
Detail the essential best-practice steps of a successful VM Program
Outline the various VM Solutions - including the pros & cons of each
Highlight the award-winning QualysGuard VM solution
Provide a 10-point checklist for removing vulnerabilities from your
key resources

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Whether you're a small business, a large enterprise or a school,
Google Apps is easy and affordable, and your users get Google's
innovative tools to enhance their communication and collaboration.
This tour shows you Google Apps in action.

From OpenView to Open Source: http://img.tradepub.com/free/w_grou0...s/w_grou02.gif
Learn the drivers for considering open source and the IT situations
where open source makes sense.
IT teams have long recognized that an enterprise-class IT management
system is absolutely essential, especially given the mission-critical
nature of most corporate IT networks. Yet for many years, IT
executives resigned themselves to a frustrating reality: In order to
fulfill their need for robust IT monitoring and management
functionality, they had no alternative but to use a proprietary
solution—even though these commercial platforms (such as HP OpenView
and IBM Tivoli) have been widely criticized as being expensive, overly
complex, and difficult to deploy and manage.

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