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Why Employees Are Often the Weakest Link in Enterprise Security Chain

Security breaches have become a common occurrence. In many cases, companies fall victim to coordinated attacks by sophisticated hackers. But often network and data breaches occur because of employee more

Big Data Moving Beyond First Movers and Going Mainstream in 2015

The collection and analysis of big data workloads was perhaps the biggest trend in enterprise computing during the last 12 months, yet the lasting impact of these projects at many companies won't be fully more

How DevOps Helps Grease the Gears of the Application Economy

CA Technologies recently released a study titled "DevOps: The Worst-Kept Secret to Winning in the Application Economy," showing that having a DevOps strategy helps drive tangible business benefits to more

Cablevision Freewheel WiFi Service Takes on Mobile Service Providers

Cablevision announced on Jan. 26 that starting in February, it will offer a $29.95-per-month service, called Freewheel, which will allow customers to place calls, surf the Web and send text messages more

Acer's Chromebooks Are Durable Enough for Even Students

Acer continues to expand its Chromebooks for education line with newly unveiled 11.6-inch and 15.6-inch machines, both built to take tough punishment from students in school and home situations and to provide good more

Dell Venue 8 7000 a Strong Contender in Lightweight Tablet Market

Dell over the last few years has tried its luck in the tablet market with tepid results. Consumers have, for the most part, decided that tablets from Samsung and Apple are better options, and Dell is one of more

Eight Key Apps in BlackBerry's Enterprise ISV Reseller Program

BlackBerry is looking to improve its longstanding relationship with the enterprise, where it initially gained success before to losing ground to competitors. The company uniquely understands that enterprises more

10 Big Data Trends Apt to Influence Enterprises in 2015

Enterprises that know their customers and potential customers will know success. The more they collect and analyze information to determine customers' wants, needs and preferences for a particular product or more

Looking Back at Google Glass' Abbreviated Career in Tech Spotlight

Google Glass, the wearable technology developed by the search giant's Google X technology development group, is moving out of the spotlight at least for a while. On Jan. 19, Google ended the Glass Explorer more

How Microsoft HoloLens Stands Apart From Oculus Rift, Morpheus

Microsoft on Jan. 21 announced HoloLens, a holographic headset that's designed to run the upcoming Windows 10 operating system and enable users to view and manipulate virtual objects in a 3D environment. more
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