reliant reading list tablet We have scoured the web for our favorite posts and articles about all things IT from industry news to interesting trends, and now we’re bringing them right to you. This week, what type of DBA are you? And this WPA2 security flaw is putting your wireless devices at risk.

This week’s Reliant Reading List features articles from a number of sources: ZDNet, Healthcare IT News, and more.

1.Do All-Flash Arrays Have A Failure Domain Problem?

"The capacity of all-flash arrays has been on the rise for several years. Many vendors are now claiming petabytes (PB) of capacity in just..."

From Storage Swiss

2.Five Trends in Data Center Cabling

"As companies and data centers alike recognize that structured cabling is the long-term groundwork for an efficient and capable network infrastructure, leaders are rethinking..."

From Data Center Journal

3.WPA2 Security Flaw Puts Almost Every Wi-Fi Device at Risk of Hijack, Eavesdropping

"A security protocol at the heart of most modern Wi-Fi devices, including computers, phones, and routers, has been broken, putting almost every..."

From ZDNet

4.Healthcare Still Struggling to Detect Insider Threats

"September was riddled with another long list of organizations dealing with breaches caused by insiders, and some organizations failed to discover some of these..."

From Healthcare IT News

5.What Type of DBA Are You?

"The job of a DBA is special in any organization. Large companies might have anywhere from three to six (or even more) DBAs on staff. But for..."

From Database Trends and Applications

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