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The seductive lure of activity and health wearables make it easy to forget, or ignore, the inherent security and privacy risks involved.
IT sees more than its fair share of Murphy's Law scenarios. Here are 10 you'll probably recognize, plus some ideas for heading them off.
Some Windows 10 users who connect to the internet on slow, data-capped plans may incur costs as a result of downloading system updates.
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European gambling portal bet365 on how the programming language Erlang and the NoSQL data store Riak is helping it handle millions of transactions at once.
Machine data is a goldmine and is growing fast. IT leaders, says Splunk's Tapan Bhatt, need to leverage it and gain greater insights into security and their customers.
How much does your business lose to fraud? If you don't know the answer, fraud is likely a taboo IT security topic at your organization. Argyle Data's CEO explains why it shouldn't be.
Despite some rough edges, Good Work is an enterprise mobility management solution with a people centric approach that may ease EMM adoption for enterprises of all sizes.
A misplaced license can create way more trouble than you have time to deal with. Here are five handy apps that can help you sidestep all that frustration.
Apple has profoundly changed how it interacts with law enforcement officials with the release of iOS 8, including how much data it can reveal to law enforcement thanks to new encryption protocols.