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Real customer appreciation would involve concern for data security

security was deeply flawed as far back as 2008, according to former team members who talked with The New ...

Bitcoin architect's email hacked, advocate starts online bounty program

For more:- read the Forbes rundown on the Nakamoto email address incident- read the CoinDesk story ...

First steps to a secure BYOD program

Organizations continue to embrace BYOD practices in large numbers, but many of them fail to put important safeguards in place to keep data and networks secure. That can be a recipe for disaster. As a recent article at Dell's Tech Page One explains, BYOD "is one of the best productivity ...

News Scan: Creating a standard architecture for the IoT; Free coffee is good bait when hiring IT pros; More

CWNP/Certified Wireless Network Administrator; HP/Master ASE--Data Center and Cloud Architect V1; and Oracle ...

iCloud Drive available for Windows ahead of the Mac

In a somewhat ironic twist, Window users will be able to access Apple's iCloud storage service as a full cloud storage drive ahead of Mac users. This is possibly due to the release of the iCloud Drive app for Windows, which offers the ability to access iCloud much as one would access ...

Government watchdog slams CFPB for slipshod data security, privacy practices

million mortgages monthly, 700,000 monthly auto sales transactions linked with consumer credit data, plus ...

Home Depot knew about data security issues as far back as 2008, say former employees

worked at before joining Home Depot, the newspaper related. For more:- read the New York Times story ...

Big data reveals productive people work in sprints, not marathons

According to a recent study, the top 10% of productive employees don't work full eight hour days. On average, they work for 52 minutes and then take 17-minute breaks. And no, those 17 minute breaks weren't spent on email, social media, or a smartphone app. Instead, they truly broke away ...

News Scan: Curved displays and smartphone innovation; Medical ID in iOS 8 could be life saver; more

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What happened to Joan Rivers and can big data fix that?

the article that accompanies this infographic That story scares us all as we are now all too aware ...