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Top 10 Security Incidents and Vulnerabilities of 2014

This past year has been one of the busiest ones on record for IT security professionals, with a seemingly endless stream of high-profile exploits and software vulnerabilities. At the end of 2013, Target revealed what more

Google Gmail Has a Lot of Company on China's Great Firewall Blacklist

China's Great Wall was built to try to keep out barbarian invaders and foreign influences. But another, more modern Great Wall in China is designed to try to block foreign ideas and influences. It's known more

HP ProLiant DL380 Gen9 Server Delivers Versatile Data Center Service

In some ways, the Hewlett-Packard ProLiant DL380 Gen9 server is the perfect server for most businesses. On one hand, it's small enough to fit the needs of most small and medium-size businesses, while on more

The Seven Largest Insider-Caused Data Breaches of 2014

From an insider threat perspective, 2014 has been an incredibly damaging year for a number of big-name enterprises. This year has seen malicious insiders use infected point-of-sale (POS) devices and highly more

Improvements the Amazon Fire Phone 2 Needs to Succeed in Mobile Market

Amazon's Fire Phone, introduced in June 2014, was supposed to be the company's big leap into the smartphone business. Amazon has long had a successful tablet product line, and it believed it could be more

How Copy Data Virtualization Helps Boost IT Efficiency

As more enterprises use virtualization in servers and storage to collapse infrastructure and enable cloud-service models, many are discovering the problems posed by essential application data that's unusable more

10 iPhone 6, 6 Plus Enterprise Apps to Keep You Productive on the Go

It's a sure thing that a lot of people are acquiring iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones as holiday gifts this season. Or they already purchased the devices soon after Apple shipped them in September. more

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 more

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 more

FBI Investigation Confirms North Korea Behind Sony Network Breach

A large body of evidence, some technical and some circumstantial, connects the North Korean government to the embarrassing cyber-attack on Sony, the FBI states.
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