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FBI may have to accept encryption; State CIOs won't accept security holes;

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Personal data on close to 100,000 people exposed on NeedMyTranscript.com website

to get fixed," he tells the Post. For more:- read the Post 's story Related Articles: More than ...

A brief history of malware

ever malware attacking the Mac OS X, was discovered. Jan. 17, 2007: Storm worm created one of the largest botnets in history. By June, it had infected 1.7 million computers. July 2007: The Zeus Trojan, ...

News Scan: IoT good for vendors; Tech icons star in new graphic novel; More

value than the latest single from a pop single. Their stories are America's myths." (Read more ...

News Scan: Tablet case could help deaf get jobs; Windows drops Nokia from Lumia brand; more

to take $14B in revenue from mobile operators this year Over the top players (OTT) such as WhatsApp, Facebook and Skype are expected to take $14 billion in revenues away from mobile operators this year, ...

Microsoft pulls another Patch Tuesday update; warns of serious new Office bug

workaround" for both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of PowerPoint 2007, 2010 and 2013. For more:- check out ...

Microsoft's rumored smartwatch will be integrated into enterprise products

would gain a leg up on Apple, which will not begin selling its Apple Watch until early next year. ...

The real story on DAM and interoperability

before purchasing them, offers Regli. The Real Story Group put together an interop report for its paid ...

Smartsheet amps up visualization tools in collaboration platform

There's even a 3D option that lets users dig down into data by layer. "It's one thing to see ...

Spotlight: The CMS experiment that changed everything at the Post

The article begins, " The project was ambitious." What follows is a fascinating look at how what started out as an experiment at The Washington Post ended up completely changing the way the paper creates and publishes its online content. (Poynter) ...