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Google recently announced that it is partnering with PwC to drive cloud adoption among businesses. Will it be the partnership Google needs to move forward in the enterprise?
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is generating interest in the networking realm. Learn why it's important, what Cisco is doing about it, and what the competition has to say about ...
Can DropSmack malware be stopped? Michael P. Kassner asks the creators of BoxCryptor if it is up to the task of securing the Dropbox file-synchronization service.
Greg Shultz shows you how enable File History in Windows 8 and why it is important that you do.
We know what we want when it comes to our digital well-being. Policy makers know what they want. The problem is they're not close to being the same thing. Michael Kassner interview...
Unfortunately, there is no simple way to determine what personal data is leaking from your smartphone. Michael Kassner interviews members of a research team that want to change tha...
What if malware was designed to pass inspection, then download the bad stuff? It appears "what if" is here and now.
You come up with a dynamite app. Companies are thrilled with it. Next thing you know, your app is used to deny visitors access to a website. Michael Kassner considers repurposed so...
... and more of the stuff we specifically requested. Stuff like seeing what forum comments we've already read. The actions of the audience are a fundamental driver of the business,...
Deter: To turn aside, discourage, or prevent from acting. Find out how the aptly-named DETER Project is taking a bite out of cybercrime.