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A new "security app" for Android claims apps like the ASTRO File Manager are vulnerable. Jack Wallen challenges this claim.
The NYT reports that Hillary Clinton exclusively used her personal email account for work correspondence while serving as US Secretary of State. Here's what IT can learn from this ...
The frenetic innovation in web application frameworks may be frustrating for developers, but it's necessary.
They're calling it a cyber war; so isn't the best way to prepare through live-speed, realistic training? Merit Network and the State of Michigan think so.
Alex Howard thinks 2015 will be a big year for digital government services and identity in the US. He also profiles the startup ID.me, which will provide identity software for Conn...
If you have a Nest and want to make controlling it as easy as possible, let Jack Wallen show you how to integrate Nest with Google New for hands-free thermostat control.
More than one in 10 English health authorities recently polled can't say when they will switch away from the aged OS, raising the prospect of yet more costly custom support from Mi...
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 ...
Big data is one of the most talked about tech advancements in recent years. Here's how Domo built a business intelligence tool platform for big data in business.
Chicago's G2 Crowd is lifting the veil on enterprise software, creating an online review platform for business software and services.