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Spotlight: Nearly half surveyed say SDN may be too immature to be secure

If you give a group of C-suite executives a list of bad things to choose from and tell them to arrange them in order of bad-to-worse, like a tally of "Brady Bunch" episodes, does the one that rises to the top of the list get counted not only as the worst thing there is, but something worthy ...

These simple security threats may be lurking in your office right now

as a vendor) to get insider information or data. Spear phishing emails also fall into this category, Ponemon ...

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

Good Doc | Tablets get thumbs up from IT as work tools] >> Mobile messaging apps aim to bundle ...

Salesforce file sharing goes live; North Korea trail goes cold;

advocates in favor of sending the net neutrality matter back to Congress. >> Let's get real: We ...

4 tips to get your IT project approved

IT professionals can get management to buy-in on a new IT project, speaking to various experts ...

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!

at, but it is. Pratt, Brown really gets to know the corporate culture, where they are today, where ...

Fraud based on altcoin sold hardware to investors but never delivered

Many people hoping to get rich off the seemingly easy process of mining for cryptocurrency have been forced to do business with companies of uncertain reputations, mostly due to the nascent nature of the technology. That kind of market environment can give rise to scams, as a set of investors who claims they were ...

DNS governing body ICANN admits its systems are compromised

it suggests anyone who gets close enough to ICANN's "transparent" collaboration process to know ...

Sony attacks bode ill for what's in store in 2015; Obama administration in secret net neutrality deals?; More

is one of the most visible in the tech landscape, but perhaps those who hold such visas don't get ...