No-Code Platforms, Cloud Services Offer Options for Mobile App Dev

With pressure on to deliver more mobile apps, enterprises are looking to codeless environments to empower "citizen developers" while trying out various mobile app dev tools and strategies.

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Kyle and Stan Malvertizing Network Poses a Major Risk

New research from Cisco points to a "South Park"-inspired IT threat; there's no word yet if Cartman is to blame.

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Dell Claims No. 1 in Storage Shipped, But There’s a Catch

Ostensibly, a tipping point of sorts may have been reached, because EMC has been the undisputed heavyweight champion in storage for years.

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Military Transport Companies Hit by a Score of Cyber-Attacks

The U.S. Senate Armed Services committee investigated network intrusions into military transportation contractors and found more than 50 incidents, including 20 advanced attacks.

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Startup FireLayers Unveils Cloud Control Suite for Enterprises

New policy-based suite enables IT governance, security and compliance across all cloud applications by any user on any device.

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Microsoft Now Eyes Sept. 29 Xbox One Launch in China

The Xbox One launch in China will take place later than planned. Microsoft's regulatory troubles in the region could be spreading to other parts of its business.

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Orange Network Adds New-Gen VPN to Its Services List

The company's Business Services division is providing a requirement for the growing multisite enterprise hybrid cloud trend.

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BlackBerry's New Passport Smartphone to Sell for $599

BlackBerry is still fighting to stay relevant with its upcoming new Passport smartphones, which will debut on Sept. 24.

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Security Now a 'Board-Level' Issue: Venture Capitalist

Steve Herrod, a former VMware CTO and now a venture capitalist, discusses what he's investing in today and why security is his top priority.

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Dremel Offers 3D Printer Preorders for Business and Home Users

The new 3D printers retail for $999 and are the tool company's first foray into the 3D printer marketplace.

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Ericsson Buying Majority Stake in PaaS Vendor Apcera

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