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Mission Made Possible: The Open Integration Time Machine

A fast-forward button for integration to a unified security architecture. One of the reasons why the Mission Impossible premise has resonated across the generations is that all of us, at one time or another, are handed projects that seem to come with that label. Unfortunately, if you’re like me, you feel more like Wile. E. … The post Mission Made Possible: The Open Integration Time Machine appeared first on McAfee Blogs.
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