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Personally Owned Devices a Growing Presence at Work

Of the 75 percent who chose to use their own device at work, almost half said they are doing so without their employers' knowledge, Gartner found.

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IT Deploying Communications Tools Employees Don’t Use

Just 5 percent of the employees said they use video conferencing every day, despite the fact that 70 percent have been provided the tools to do so.

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.NET Developers May Be IBM's Big Prize in New Cloud Deal With Micro...

IBM and Microsoft announced a major cloud computing partnership featuring Microsoft Azure and the IBM Cloud, but the biggest deal for Big Blue could be access to .NET developers on Bluemix.

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SecTor: Why DevOps Is the Key to Security

The DevOps model isn't a threat to security; it's a tool that can be used to enforce security like never before.

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Microsoft Windows 10 to Offer New, Robust Security Features

NEWS ANALYSIS: Windows will have multi-factor authentication built in and will support local security services in an effort to end fraudulent access.

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Many Americans Say They Will Avoid Breached Retailers, Study Shows

Following security breaches, more retail stores may feel a slump from lack of customer confidence, a new study suggests.

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HP Launches New Intel-Based Moonshot Servers

The new systems, including the first powered by Intel Xeon chips, are optimized for such uses as application delivery and Web infrastructures.

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Personally Owned Devices a Growing Presence at Work

Of the 75 percent who chose to use their own device at work, almost half said they are doing so without their employers' knowledge, Gartner found.

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IT Deploying Communications Tools Employees Don’t Use

Just 5 percent of the employees said they use video conferencing every day, despite the fact that 70 percent have been provided the tools to do so.

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DAILY TECH BRIEFING: OCT. 22, 2014

Google locks down passwords with security key technology; Microsoft expands its hyperscale cloud footprint; and more tech news.


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Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 21, 2014

IBM will pay Globalfoundries $1.5 billion to take its chip business; Accenture and Oracle partner on...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 20, 2014

Big data giants flex at Strata + Hadoop World; HP adds deployment options for its DR-as-a-service;...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 17, 2014

Cray rolls out Urika-XA Hadoop Analytics Appliance; Microsoft unveils iPhone 6 Plus-friendly Skype...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 16, 2014

Asus puts Intel Atom, modem into PadFone X Mini; Slow BlackBerry Passport smartphone availability...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 15, 2014

Lenovo, VMware partner on IT infrastructure systems; Dropbox users attacked, but company denies...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 14, 2014

Microsoft says Surface Pro 3 here to stay, Windows 10-ready;  Sprint adds single sign-on option...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 13, 2014

Symantec confirms split to create security, storage companies; Investor pushes EMC to spin off...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 10, 2014

AT&T fined $105M for 'cramming' cell phone bills; WiFi Alliance makes using Passpoint service...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 9, 2014

Symantec the latest to consider breaking up; Dell, Lenovo take aim as HP begins to split in two; Two...

Daily Tech Briefing: Oct. 8, 2014

Yahoo admits it was breached but not Shellshocked; a Docker acquisition hints at future enterprise...



.NET Developers May Be IBM's Big Prize in New Cloud Deal With Microsoft

IBM and Microsoft announced a major cloud computing partnership featuring Microsoft Azure and the IBM Cloud, but the biggest deal for Big Blue could be access to .NET developers on Bluemix.

Read More >

SecTor: Why DevOps Is the Key to Security

The DevOps model isn't a threat to security; it's a tool that can be used to enforce security like never before.

Read More >

Microsoft Windows 10 to Offer New, Robust Security Features

NEWS ANALYSIS: Windows will have multi-factor authentication built in and will support local security services in an effort to end fraudulent access.

Read More >
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