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This comprehensive guide covers must-know iOS 9 details like features, system requirements, upgrade options, and more about the Apple mobile OS.
It's not always external attacks that can hinder network performance and put data at risk. Sometimes the problem exists with your users--especially the ones who should know better.
If the latest news from The Guardian is any indication, applications like Scrambl3 are more relevant than ever.
Certain Android wear smartwatches are about to get even smarter. Jack Wallen introduces you to the newest feature to come to Google's internet of things.
Amidst security and privacy concerns about VoIP solutions, the authors of SFLphone introduce a decentralized, next-generation VoIP option that is explicitly designed for security.
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Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fight over encryption.
Looking into 2015, Will Kelly sees some enterprise mobility and BYOD trends for all of us to watch.
Jack Wallen calls out to the manufacturers of Android devices to build the smart station so consumers and businesses can better control their lives from a centralized location.
Cloud bursting is a way of using public cloud resources to deal with spikes in demand. When it comes to solutions, Nick Hardiman asks: Why trade capacity problems for complexity problems?