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mercredi 24 mai 2017, 02:31
Now might be a good time to consider that job as a chief information security officer you always wanted, because salaries are skyrocketing. Thanks to an ever-increasing number in breaches, and the damage these breaches are causing, businesses in Europe have begun offering...
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There is a common misconception that companies can't make money from open source solutions, such as Linux. While a company like Canonical -- maker of Ubuntu -- is in a state of confusion, Red Hat continues to see success in the enterprise. The company is quite profitable...
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Businesses fear that, with the speed at which technology changes, they won't be able to read their corporate data in the near future. And that seems to be a big issue, as many businesses want to be able to read its archived data for at least 50 years in the past. This is...
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mardi 23 mai 2017, 23:47
Google announced the Jamboard way back in October of last year. Then, in March, the search giant revealed that the Microsoft Surface Hub competitor would go on sale in May of 2017. Unfortunately, May came and there was no Jamboard -- until today. Yes, Google's Jamboard --...
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According to a survey conducted by Lepide, a leading security auditing solutions provider, 60 percent of companies are still not able to determine who has access to their critical data. The survey was conducted during a variety of trade shows including Infosec Europe, RSA...
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Despite the rising momentum surrounding the Internet of Things and its practical applications, a new survey from Cisco reveals that 60 percent of IoT initiatives are failing to take off. While many projects fail to move past this initial stage, only 26 percent of companies...
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Bitdefender has announced the availability of Bitdefender Total Security 2018, the first public beta of its next generation security suite. New features include a Webcam Protection module which notifies you when apps try to access your webcam, and blocks unauthorized usage....
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Quantum computing is not the only large leap in computing the human race is currently working on, there's also the crazy and amazing research in storing data in DNA. According to media reports, Microsoft is now planning on building, 'an operational storage system based on...
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Ever since the first US smartphone to contain a Near Field Communication (NFC) chip for contactless mobile payments was released more than seven years ago, there has been no shortage of hype, commentary, news stories, and hopeful discourse about the concept of ditching the...
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Chuwi makes some interesting Windows devices that do not break the bank. The LapBook 15.6, the bigger brother to the lovely LapBook 14.1 that I tested earlier this year, is the perfect example: it's got a large, high-resolution screen, sleek design, competitive hardware, and ...
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It's easy to believe that marketing to younger generations would be best conducted via social media, but a new survey shows that email is still a more effective tool. The study from email marketing brand Campaigner looks at the preferences of online shoppers and revealed...
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Recently leaked documents gave a unique insight into just what can be posted on Facebook, and what moderators are expected to censor. In response to this, the company's head of global policy management, Monika Bickert, has written a lengthy statement in which she tries to...
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Businesses are looking for database technology that increases their agility, scalability, security, and supports a range of different use cases, at the same time keeping down costs. On the other hand developers want a database that is open and extensible, and lets them...
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Security developer NoVirusThanks has released Shutdown Logger, a free Windows service-based application which records details about every shutdown event. The package logs the time and date of each shutdown, the system uptime to that point, and the names of any logged-in user ...
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Microsoft's event in Shanghai today may have been mainly about the Surface Pro, but there was also news of a new version of Windows 10. The new version -- which we reported about a couple of months ago -- is called Windows 10 China Government Edition and it makes a number of ...
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At today’s launch event in Shanghai, Microsoft officially took the wraps of its new Surface Pro tablet. There was no official live stream, and the software giant’s live blog was hit by technical difficulties which meant it wasn’t updated as intended, but we finally...
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Last year, Huawei released its first-ever Windows 10 device -- the MateBook. The tablet/laptop hybrid was a bit underpowered, but had incredible build quality and a gorgeous screen. It also had solid speakers and a fast fingerprint reader. Overall, I picked it as my favorite ...
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There have already been suggestions that the now infamous WannaCry ransomware was the work of the North Korean hacking group Lazarus. Security firm Symantec now says it is 'highly likely' that Lazarus is to blame, having unearthed further evidence of the re-use of code from...
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Increased numbers of phishing and other cyber attacks are putting companies under greater pressure to secure their applications. Conventionally this requires re-coding or other work to achieve, but new software from behavioral firewall specialist Preempt lets organizations...
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The UK's ActionFraud cyber crime reporting center is warning customers of BT’s internet services of a phishing scam claiming to protect against WannaCry-style attacks. The emails claim that BT has launched preventative measures to protect data on an international scale and ...
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