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The Presidency of Mexico's national digital strategy coordinator, Alejandra Lagunes, speaks with Alex Howard about the country's plan for open government and digital innovation.
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.
Here's an article that makes the process of securing a software development job (which for us usually lands on the .NET/C# side of things) more fun by treating it like the "cheat c...
For some it's tough to let an employee go, even when the signs are obvious. If you see these behaviors, prepare to make a personnel move.
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.
Online intrusion detection systems play an important role in protecting IT systems. Tools like Snort, firewall also detect intrusions. Such intrusion detection systems provide feed...
Conventional wisdom says the public cloud is insecure, and yet in-house security stratagems often go awry in spectacular fashion. Tajudeen Abubakr lays out the basic recommendation...
This paper investigates the process of formation of manufacturing strategy in six Iran manufacturing Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). Realized manufacturing strategy can ...
Deb Shinder noticed a change in attitude at the 2011 versions of BlackHat and Defcon 19 when it comes to Microsoft. She explains in this week's Microsoft InSights Blog post.
Whether you are an individual or a multinational corporation, a bad reputation can destroy any chance of success. Deb Shinder has some suggestions for Microsoft's redemption.