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The Imitation Game tells the story of Alan Turing, the brilliant mathematician and father of computing. Here are the top reasons both to see and to avoid the film - due to open in ...
Cambridge University researchers reveal why people believe malicious, fake security messages and ignore real warnings.
Tom Olzak recommends specific updates that address the security of your virtualized environment that may not be in traditional security policies.
Nick Hardiman interviewed Steve Diamond, Chair of the IEEE Cloud Computing Initiative to find out more about its goals for creating a cloud standard.
We in IT often find comfort in numbers. However, really big numbers may be fraught with invalid assumptions, or simply measuring something that's largely irrelevant to the core bus...
Through the use of well-enforced policy, organizations can provide a structure by which individual units can make decisions while still maintaining strong centralized databases use...
Apple's Siri could change the game in search and put a lot of pressure on Google, but first Apple needs to deal with web search integration.
The human race will create 1.8 zettabytes of data in 2011. Web search can't keep up. See why social is the answer and how Bing is well-positioned.
In this guest post from Ellen Berry, we find out how to take the best from different styles of writing to generate better compliance with user-friendly policy documentation.
Independent software development consultant Chip Camden spends much of his day worrying about Distributed Collaborative Development. These are the DCD rules he has learned througho...