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DEFINITION: A passphrase is a string of characters longer than the usual password (which is typically from four to 16 characters long) that is used in creating a digital signature (an encoded signature that proves to someone that it was really you who sent a message) or in an encryption or a decryption of a message. For example, Phil Zimmermann's popular encryption program, Pretty Good Privacy, requires a passphrase  … 
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Case Study: Hospital I.T. Infrastructure
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CASE STUDY: Building a brand new, state-of-the-art medical campus from the ground up requires an I.T. infrastructure capable of supporting newer, more advanced healthcare applications and the massive volumes of digital data generated by these systems. Read this white paper to learn how CDW Healthcare helped a Michigan medical campus to accomplish their goals.
Posted: 28 Jul 2010 | Published: 28 Jul 2010

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WHITE PAPER: Why should your network be "Video-Ready"? Video applications have enabled enterprises to significantly increase worker productivity, improve collaboration, reduce costs, and streamline and optimize business operations. This paper dicusses the factors that will accelerate adoption of video solutions over the next few years.
Posted: 22 May 2009 | Published: 01 May 2008

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DIGITAL SIGNATURES DEFINITION (continued): … A passphrase is a string of characters longer than the usual password (which is typically from four to 16 characters long) that is used in creating a digital signature (an encoded signature that proves to someone that it was really you who sent a message) or in an encryption or a decryption of a message. For example, Phil Zimmermann's popular encryption program, Pretty Good Privacy, requires a passphrase when you sign or decrypt a message. Passphrases are often up to 100 characters in length.
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