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Lori MacVittie is a subject matter expert on cloud computing, cloud and application security, and application delivery and is responsible for education and evangelism across F5's entire product suite. MacVittie has extensive development and technical architecture experience in both high-tech and enterprise organizations. Prior to joining F5, MacVittie was an award-winning Senior Technology Editor at Network Computing Magazine, where she authored articles on a variety of topics aimed at IT professionals. She holds a B.S. in Information and Computing Science from the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University
Articles by Lori MacVittie

DevOps: Stop The Existential Angst

9/10/2014
Want to use DevOps to improve time to market, decrease risk, and reduce operating expenses? Then stop with the navel-gazing and start taking advantage of scripting, templates, virtualization, and open APIs.

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Shadow IT: Honey Badger Better Care

5/14/2014
Use of Dropbox and other consumer services is exploding in enterprises, yet companies turn a blind eye to the security risks. This sends the wrong message to cloud service providers.

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5 API Questions To Ask

1/17/2014
Before signing on for the new crop of “everything as a service,” do some digging into the application programming interfaces that tie things together

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Review: Macromedia Studio 8

8/11/2005
In its latest release, Macromedia reconfigures its Studio Suite with updates of Dreamweaver, fireworks and flash professional, plus two new components.

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Review: Web Services Client

5/31/2005
Smart Company's Turbo 1.0 .Net-supported smart client is subject to Microsoft vulnerabilities, but its pivot-table paradigm makes up for the time you spend patching.

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Review: XML Gateways

4/22/2005
Network Computing tested three security devices and, although they all impressed, our top pick edged past the others thanks to stellar performance, flexibility and integration. Find out which one it is.

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Review: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4

2/7/2005
Linux 4 adds Logical Volume Manager 2 and directory support for better stability and performance. But poor documentation and complicated SELinux policy management could spell trouble.

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