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Microsoft Expands Office 365 Administrator Options

Two new tools help users of Microsoft System Center, and other IT management tools keep an eye on their Office 365 environments.

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Heartbleed Flaw Is Still a Risk, Report Finds

A Venafi report claims that only 3 percent of big companies have fully patched for Heartbleed.

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Microsoft Offers OneNote With Apple-Flavored Updates

Just ahead of back-to-school season, Microsoft releases new classroom- and work-friendly features to the Mac and iOS versions of the note-taking software.

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Daily Tech Briefing: July 30, 2014

Fake ID flaw puts Android users at risk; HP brings 'Capture the Flag' competition to Black Hat; Cisco will ship ACI technology July 31; and more.

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IT Boot Camps Offer Training, From ERP to Linux and More

When IT employees need to increase their skills quickly, IT boot camps in a variety of subjects can offer educational resources for gaining new knowledge.

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Debunking the Top Myths About DevOps

CA has come up with a new booklet to help enterprises looking to move into DevOps break out the myth from the reality. CA says DevOps is real and is delivering real benefits, but that doesn't stop people from having adverse ideas about it. In the booklet, titled Dysfunction Junction - A Pragmatic Guide to Getting Started with... More >

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Microsoft Expands Office 365 Administrator Options

Two new tools help users of Microsoft System Center, and other IT management tools keep an eye on their Office 365 environments.

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Heartbleed Flaw Is Still a Risk, Report Finds

A Venafi report claims that only 3 percent of big companies have fully patched for Heartbleed.

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Microsoft Offers OneNote With Apple-Flavored Updates

Just ahead of back-to-school season, Microsoft releases new classroom- and work-friendly features to the Mac and iOS versions of the note-taking software.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: JULY 30, 2014

Fake ID flaw puts Android users at risk; HP brings 'Capture the Flag' competition to Black Hat; Cisco will ship ACI technology July 31; and more.


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Daily Tech Briefing: July 29, 2014

Samsung delaying Tizen-based Z to 'further enhance' OS; T-Mobile offers families four lines and 10GB...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 28, 2014

Amazon Fire scores a 3 on iFixit Teardown Scale; Why acquiring InMage made sense for Microsoft;...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 25, 2014

Apple denies iOS devices enable access by NSA snoopers; Tim Cook admits lower-cost used iPhone sales...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 24, 2014

Apple Sold 35.2M iPhones in Q3, Despite iPhone 6 Expectations; Black Hat Pulls Talk on Breaking Tor...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 23, 2014

Leaked BlackBerry Passport video demos 'touch-sensitive keys'; Yahoo bets on flurry analytics to grow...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 22, 2014

EMC investor to urge storage vendor to spin off VMware; W3C launches effort for social web app...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 21, 2014

Black Hat preview shows hotels and IoT vulnerable to hacks; HP grows efforts to target IBM and Lenovo...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 18, 2014

Microsoft to slash 18,000 jobs, Nokia hit hard; Apple could pay Ebook buyers $400 million; IBM's...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 17, 2014

IBM, Apple join hands as unlikely enterprise partners; Microsoft seeks developer partners for...

Daily Tech Briefing: July 16, 20134

FCC window for Net Neutrality comments closes, with a bang; Google's Nest, ARM, Samsung launch new...


IT Boot Camps Offer Training, From ERP to Linux and More

When IT employees need to increase their skills quickly, IT boot camps in a variety of subjects can offer educational resources for gaining new knowledge.

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Sprints Slows Churn, Posted $23M Profit in Q2

Sprint managed to post a profit during Q2 and slowed its subscriber losses. On its earnings call, it announced a new prepaid plan with Walmart.

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Samsung, Apple Continue to Lead Worldwide Smartphone Market

Samsung's devices and the iPhone remain the big players in the worldwide smartphone market, but there is intense competition in emerging territories.

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