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Slow speed, bad Wi-Fi signal, and high prices soured many customers' views of their broadband provider, which could make it easier for providers like Google Fiber to win them over.
A recent report from Accenture Strategy said 24% of CFOs fear their business will be eliminated by disruption and 58% believe their industry is in danger, but most are doing nothing to stop it.
iPass is a Wi-Fi service which can help you get online via a number of available hotspots. Read about the author's experience reviewing the product.
Exclusive: Inside the ProtonMail siege: how two small companies fought off one of Europe's largest DDoS attacks
What started as a simple digital ransom quickly escalated into a trans-continental networking battle.
It's time to rethink your IT security strategy. ESG points out the benefits of the new analytics-driven cybersecurity approach.
Moving beyond the Apple Hardware Test or Apple Diagnostics, TechTool Pro 8 offers advanced diagnosis and reporting on every piece of hardware in your Mac to keep it running smoothly.
Apple's new Watch is the subject of occasionally polarizing debate. Rhetoric aside, Erik Eckel explores how the Watch is changing his business life.
Summarizing data is a common task in Excel, and there's usually more than one way to do so. Susan Harkins explains three ways to return averages for multiple groups.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.
A solid DR plan can help you recover systems and fix technical problems in a crisis. But you should also be ready to deal with nontechnical issues--like panic, misinformation, and damaging rumors.