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Almost two years after it launched in beta, ProtonMail's highly-encrypted email service is now open to the public, along with two new mobile apps for Android and iOS.
A recent report from 451 Research and Vormetric found that security executives are in denial about the cyberthreats facing their enterprises, even as breaches become more likely.
Consumer and business technologies have been merging for some time now, but the trend is accelerating. Here are 10 developments worth keeping your eye on.
A recent Deloitte survey found that security, cloud, and analytics are growing in importance among mid-market businesses. Here are some of the highlights from the report.
It's easy to associate VMware mostly with the data center, but now it's further targeting end users. Here are the company's latest initiatives in device management and app delivery.
Spark is booming, but still too hard for mainstream users. The cloud plus visualization could help.
The purpose of threat intelligence, says Webroot's CMO, is to immediately block cyberthreats through your network and endpoints, and to predict where attacks originate.
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fight over encryption.
Machine data is a goldmine and is growing fast. IT leaders, says Splunk's Tapan Bhatt, need to leverage it and gain greater insights into security and their customers.
Despite email's drawbacks, it appears here to stay for a while. Workshare's Barrie Hadfield says enterprises can fill in the gaps with effective collaboration and document management applications.