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Jesus Vigo examines the CTB-Locker virus, its effects on your data, and how to best protect your computer from this ransomware infection.
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As cloud collaboration changes expectations, the music industry is primed for disruption. A new breed of cloud tools is enhancing how artists in separate locations create beautiful...
Jesus Vigo examines the CryptoWall virus, its effects on your data, and how to best protect your computer from this ransomeware infection.
How a tiny fishing village became the gadget factory of the world, and why that's just the beginning of its ambitions
In three decades, Shenzhen has skyrocketed from a remote coastal town to the tech manufacturing capital of the world. Steve Ranger explains how and what it means for the future of ...
With the emphasis on speed needed for websites, and many US mobile networks and residential ISPs introducing bandwidth caps and speed throttling, squeezing more performance out of ...
The end of extended support for Windows Server 2003 is just under a year away. One manager says the average migration will take 200 days, so start thinking about migrating if you h...
What should business and IT executives be focusing on in the months ahead? These 10 critical areas are high on the list.
In a strategic move to lure business users facing a loss of XP support, Google has dropped the price on Chromebooks for business. How many businesses will jump at the offer?
Microsoft's redemption song in Africa: Catalyzing tech revolutions on the world's least connected continent
Africans are taking control of their own destiny in technology, and Microsoft is no longer just giving away software but using its resources to fuel innovation fires instead.