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Cray, Seagate Sign Deal to Develop ClusterStor for HPC

Supercomputer maker Cray Inc. is focusing more of its corporate attention on improving data storage for ultra-high end computing systems.The Seattle-based company revealed July...

Google Patches 58 Android Vulnerabilities in February Security Update

Google released its second Android patch update of 2017 on Feb. 6, providing users of the mobile operating system with patches for 58 different...

Guide to Tiered Storage in 2021

For more than two decades, the IT storage business has been built upon the idea of tiered storage, with "hot" data, backup and archiving...

SecureWorks Finds Most Cyber-Threats Involve Phishing, Network Scans

The vast majority of successful attacks on companies are conducted by cyber-criminals using phishing, network scans for exploitable systems, and strategic web site compromises,...

Dropbox Unveils New Tools Designed for Enterprise Teams

Dropbox dropped a slew of new features and application improvements into its product line Jan. 30, centered mainly around the trend for enterprises to...

IT Modernization Presents Opportunities, Risks for Industry Pros

IT Modernization Presents Opportunities, Risks for Industry Pros A survey by Vision Solutions find that decision-makers are challenged by ensuring critical business data is available...

Sophos Phish Threat Aims to Educate Users on Phishing Risks

Security vendor Sophos announced the official launch of its Phish Threat attack simulator on Jan. 25, in an effort to help improve end-user and...

Trump Administration Faces Herculean Cyber-Security Task

As Donald President Trump takes office, his administration will have to take on the complex task of securing the U.S. government’s information technology and...

Kroll Report Finds Fraud, Cyber-Attacks Increased in 2016

Kroll Report Finds Fraud, Cyber-Attacks Increased in 2016 The Kroll Global Fraud and Risk Report for 2016 shows that cyber-fraud incidents increased during 2016, though...

Breach Reports Rise 40 Percent in 2016, More Than Half Expose SSNs

Reports of data breaches rose more than 40 percent in 2016, with 72 percent caused by hacking, skimming or phishing and the majority of...