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With Microsoft's Wi-Fi Sense, people connect to open Wi-Fi networks. But does simplifying the connection process increase the peril? Some security experts think so.
Is your network slow? Network adjustments and upgrades should be an annual activity to keep your Google Apps and Chromebook users happy.
The Camera Roll is missing from iOS 8. Jesus Vigo investigates whether this is a flaw on Apple's behalf or a sign of features to come.
Russian hackers have recently stolen some 1.2 billion passwords and user names, leading security experts to claim that sloppy security practices are the real villain of this moment...
For BYOD to work well in your organization, you need robust mobile security that preserves the user experience. Nubo Software has just the solution.
Virginia's Chesterfield County Schools recently announced that it will launch the largest education deployment of Chromebooks to date. Here's what you can learn from it.
Jesus Vigo walks through the configuration of settings that will be pushed from OS X Server's Profile Manager service to multiple devices to help lock them down and ensure they sta...
Find out what the Heartbleed security threat might mean to you and your organization and how to handle it.
As with all technology, some lingo stays popular, while other phrases decline in use. Use this list to find out the newest terminology for all things cloud.
Tom Olzak recommends specific updates that address the security of your virtualized environment that may not be in traditional security policies.