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With the cloud and big data in full swing and IoT on the rise, the time is ripe for businesses to take stock of the new legal challenges that disruptive technologies create.
The rapid technological developments in computing technology and the proliferation of wireless network nodes with light infrastructure, have emerged large quantities of security re...
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
The case of Edward Snowden and the subsequent revelations about the behaviors of the NSA raise serious questions about privacy, liberty and the future role of the internet, by way ...
IT is being driven by the onslaught of Big Data, mobile, social, and cloud technologies. If IT fails at this, the entire business is at risk. On the other hand, if it's done right,...
If you're looking for the rise the next Silicon Valley, the place to watch is the Negev region in Israel. Its new cybersecurity juggernaut is breaking new ground in public-private ...
As wireless networks access gains popularity in corporate, private and personal networks, the nature of wireless networks opens up new possibilities for network attacks. This paper...
Today's IT pro needs both technical expertise and soft skills -- that's nothing new. But the scope of those in-demand soft skills just keeps growing.
In grid computing the resources are decentralized and dynamic in nature, managing the resources in such environment is a challenging task. Auction based scheduling is more attracti...
Feedback, communication, and motivation are key factors in three Agile Manifesto principles that lend themselves to successful project team collaboration.