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There's nothing like a blizzard to get you out to meet your neighbors. In 2015, even more civic technologies are connecting people to information about city services and to one ano...
In Evgeny Morozov's latest book, he explores technological 'solutionism,' which he believes is a dangerous ideology that is pervasive in Silicon Valley. Read Alex Howard's book rev...
There is some debate as to whether AETs exist, the success of APT malware suggests that AETs are in the mix and in a big way.
While organizations don't always need to understand how an attack works from an in-depth technical perspective, they do need to understand how the attacks get past their defenses. ...
Some organisations intend to keep using Windows XP even in the post-apocalyptic world after Microsoft ends support in 12 months. It's a calculated risk and one they should weigh up...
Why does the Linux desktop suffer so much? Jack Wallen thinks he has the answer to this question that has been in play for a very long time. See if you agree with the conclusion Ja...
How entrepreneurs in a corner of East London are gearing up to compete with Silicon Valley...
Patrick Gray lists four things that he'd do to regain a foothold in the tablet space if he were in charge of Microsoft. Do you think Microsoft stands a chance in this market?
A noted executive career consultant offers advice for executives who are in the market for a new job.
When you can't find a job, it's easy to believe there are sinister forces at work. But, as veteran IT recruiter Tim Heard explains, things are not always the way you perceive them ...