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The 2012 Obama campaign took data-driven campaigning to a new level. In the future, more campaigns will leverage data to decide how to influence you to vote.
The future of big data, the Internet of Things, wearables, and BYOD are among the predictions in this roundup of technology leaders.
Google wants Voice integrate with the Google Apps suite and co-exist with the other applications, but success will require more effective effort.
E-mail security is about a lot more than just using a good password on your POP or IMAP server. Perhaps the most important part of e-mail security is ensuring you don't shoot yours...
To converge or not to converge -- that is the question. When deploying VoIP in your organization, should you combine data and voice networks, or should you keep them separate? Deb ...
Automated backup programs greatly simplify administrative tasks. However, it's possible to become overconfident in an automated backup. IT consultant Erik Eckel reviews 10 things a...
August has been a busy month for Microsoft. The software giant released 12 security bulletins, nine of which it rated critical—collectively fixing 10 Windows flaws and three Office...
It's been a quiet week on the security front, and that's always a good time to think about security best practices. One area of data security that many people overlook is the secur...
Microsoft released seven security bulletins on February 14—and they really were a Valentine's Day treat. While two of the bulletins are critical—the remaining five are important—no...
Keystroke loggers are a particularly dangerous security threat because users typically don't realize they're even there. In this edition of Security Solutions, Mike Mullins discuss...