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June 25, 2009


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Some years ago (maybe 5 or 6) a lot of people talked about p2p computing (do you remember the SETI@home project?). Some guys begin to use this technology for banks and for obvious security reasons, they only use computers inside the network of the company. Think about all the computers used by all your employes... do you think they use 100% of their CPU? Specially during the night? For me it's the more secure and cheapest way to solve this issue... I don't why so few companies use this concept...?

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