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10 Tips to Taking the Sting—and Penalties—Out of a Software License Audit

IRS and state/federal regulatory audits aren't the only background checks about which enterprises need to worry. Increasingly, auditors are dropping by for a friendly chat and using familiar more

How Android for Work Will Help Google Enter More Corporate Doors

Android for Work, Google's mobile device management (MDM) platform that is designed to open up more corporate doors to Android mobile devices, has secured key partners, including the big four wireless more

Seven Highly Anticipated Talks at Black Hat, DefCon Events

The Black Hat USA 2015 and DefCon 23 security conferences in Las Vegas from Aug. 4 to Aug. 9 will tackle an unmatched range of topics and some excitement—and concern—over the technologies shown to be more

Angry Birds Uses Latest Graphics to Keep Gamers Coming Back

Rovio has been a mobile game developer for about as long as Apple's App Store has been around, but it wasn't until the launch of the first Angry Birds in 2009 that the Finland-based company took off. Now, it's more

T-Mobile Expands Its Lineup With New Smartphone, Tablet Choices

T-Mobile customers looking to buy new smartphones or tablet computers as back-to-school season approaches now have several more options to choose from as the mobile carrier expands its offerings with four more more

In Praise of Sysadmins: IT's Jacks-of-All-Trades

Over the past decade, the role of the system administrator (sysadmin) has evolved dramatically. In fact, it has expanded to such a degree that today's sysadmins not only ensure servers are running smoothly, keep more

How Information Governance Is Evolving in the IoT Era

Ask line-of-business decision-makers if a comprehensive set of rules that limit the risks associated with data loss and regulatory fines is a good idea, and you'd be hard pressed to find any dissenters. However, more

10 Reasons the Motorola Moto X Is an Attention-Grabber

Motorola has had to deal with more than its share of mobile market tumult over the past two decades. The top mobile device maker in the world during the 1990s, Motorola has seen its market share shrink as the company more

What Device Makers, Carriers, Users Can Do to Bolster Android Security

Android security has long concerned many mobile device users around the world, but a new flaw that takes advantage of the way Android handles media conversion through the Stagefright media library is one more

Micro-Segmentation: A Better Way to Defend the Data Center

East-west (machine-to-machine) data movement is increasing in volume as workloads become movable and thus more demanding on their infrastructures. At the same time, perimeter-only, firewall-based security has more
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