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9-year-old bug in embedded Web server could threaten millions of routers

them would be the ability to launch a man-in-the-middle attack, as well as the ability to sniff ...

Intel launches migration tool to help users transitioning to Chromebooks

Microprocessor maker Intel has launched a free "Easy Migration" tool to help users make the transition to an Intel-powered Chromebook. The utility app works by transferring selected types of files from an Android or iOS device, as well as a Windows PC, to the Chromebook. It is worth mentioning that the tool ...

Microsoft provides iOS, Android with SDK to allow offline mobile app access

into MBaaS market with new service launches ...

Employees in highly regulated banking world can work anywhere with Accellion

Once Needham Bank gave employees access to corporate email on iPhones and iPads, the company knew that workers would soon be clamoring to do more work from the devices, says James Gordon, senior vice president of information technology at Needham Bank. Offering employees the ability to share files and collaborate ...

What the mobile wave means for banks; Is this BlackBerry right for your team?;

used Continuity to make a phone call from my Mac via my iPhone. It's like magic. — Brett Belding ...

Microsoft prepares to mark key anniversaries and critical challenges; Sony breach easily tops the worst cyberattacks of 2014;

wackiest and coolest sci/tech stories of 2014 (CIO) The entertainment giant suffered what ...

News Scan: Emory University goes mobile; Tablets to make enterprise comeback; more

notes. Read more [More on Microsoft: Microsoft launches 5 MSN apps for iOS | Microsoft beefs up security ...

Apple ordered to divulge iPhone anti-trust documents; Mobile gear that changed things;

To Your iPhone (TechCrunch) Mobile gear that changed things >> Six clicks: The mobile gear ...

Reflections of an IT recruiter: Happy times are here again!

found in the market." The road to hell "In 2008-2009 here in the Tampa Bay area is when ...

DNS governing body ICANN admits its systems are compromised

"Global data center expansion, IT/Security enhancements" as a $1.2 million line item. According ...