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The SketchFactor app identifies neighborhoods' "sketchiness" through publicly available data, as well as user updates that other users can vote on. The crowdsourcing aspect has led...
A Result Analysis on Privacy-Preserving Public Auditing System of Data Storage Security in Cloud Computing through Trusted TPA
Cloud computing is an internet based computing which enables sharing of services. Cloud computing allows users to use applications without installation any application and access t...
How conflict minerals funded a war that killed millions, and why tech giants are finally cleaning up their act
The rich mineral mines of the Democratic Republic of Congo supply valuable minerals to the tech industry, but they come at a deadly cost that is finally being faced.
Paxata helps data analysts make quick work of data preparation by letting them combine separate sets of data to make valuable connections that would normally take a lot of manual d...
A new wave of smart devices sensors and Internet of Things collecting data will make it hard to remain anonymous offline. Will the public wake up to the risks all of that data pose...
There are strategies that SMBs can use to make the most of cloud solutions. Here are three assumptions that SMBs often make, and how to overcome the potential for problems.
Check out the 10 features that are most notable in the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Tom Olzak recommends specific updates that address the security of your virtualized environment that may not be in traditional security policies.
In-house file servers can carry a hefty price tag, but that does not always mean Google Drive can alleviate these costs.
Tom Olzak describes the signs that an employee might become an insider threat and recommends the various controls and monitoring that can be implemented to mitigate such threats.