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Microsoft Pulling the Plug on Office 365 Public Website Service

Microsoft's SMB site-building offering is shutting down, but customers will have two years to move their SharePoint Online Public Websites.

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Why BlackBerry Is Showing Signs of Stability Under CEO John Chen

BlackBerry's most recent quarterly financial report shows the company is still struggling to fight its way out of the mobile business wilderness. But there are signs that BlackBerry is at least more stable than it was a year ago, giving CEO John Chen, a tech industry turnaround specialist, a bit more time to bring about a full... More >

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VeriSign Warns of DNS Security Risks

The CSO of VeriSign discusses his concerns about domain collisions and the risks they entail.

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Supply Chain Carols for Online Shopping for the Holiday Season

The holidays are here. For many, this is a festive time filled with shopping, giving gifts and attending parties. For those in the retail, shipping and manufacturing sectors, it's also an incredibly busy period, with demand skyrocketing and numerous seasonal employees supporting the added workloads. Retailers and their suppliers... More >

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Smartphone Owners in America, China Get Faster Repair Service

In America and China, consumers wait less than 24 hours to have their smartphone repaired, while in Brazil, India and Germany it takes almost 8 days.

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Vectra Networks X-Series Platform IDs Real-Time Threats

The platform detects and analyzes attacks at every phase of an ongoing attack, regardless of how the attack enters an organization's network.

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Microsoft Pulling the Plug on Office 365 Public Website Service

Microsoft's SMB site-building offering is shutting down, but customers will have two years to move their SharePoint Online Public Websites.

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VeriSign Warns of DNS Security Risks

The CSO of VeriSign discusses his concerns about domain collisions and the risks they entail.

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Smartphone Owners in America, China Get Faster Repair Service

In America and China, consumers wait less than 24 hours to have their smartphone repaired, while in Brazil, India and Germany it takes almost 8 days.

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How NetApp CTO Jay Kidd Views Storage Trends for 2015

Kidd explains why the Internet of things and big data will play major roles in storage, why Dockers will become strategic, and why it's all about control in hybrid clouds.

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Open-Source NFV Group Readying Software Releases for 2015

The OPNFV Project in three months has grown its membership to 44, and is looking to accelerate its momentum going into next year.

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Google Plans to Integrate Android Directly Into Vehicles

The company is working on a new Android version that will power a car's entertainment and navigation systems, connect it to the Internet, and integrate with the vehicle's sensors, a Reuters report says.

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