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Oldest malicious macros still exploit flaws in our digital society

I don't do a story like this and essentially state how a malicious agent works, because I give people too ...

Adobe finally releases critical updates for Reader, Acrobat

Adobe has finally released a security update for its Adobe PDF Reader and Acrobat products that resolves at least eight critical vulnerabilities, including some that could be exploited to infect computers with malware. The new 10.1.12 and 11.0.09 versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat released on Tuesday ...

Government requests for customer information are on the rise, says Google

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(Read more on IT job growth: Dice study reveals fastest-growing IT skills / Tips for snagging ...

Apple's iOS 8 and the enterprise

third-party keyboards and new widgets for the notification center's Today pane, as well as photo ...

5 hot new business apps: Google and Android hit the 'books; Microsoft looking for mobile gold with Minecraft; more

of third party keyboard apps, which Apple has staunchly opposed in the past. SwiftKey, one of the more popular keyboard apps on the Android, should be available when the new iOS iteration is pushed Sept. 17, ...

Using Industrial IoT to jolt new digital services

explains. Further still, predictive maintenance technologies can save organizations up to 12 percent ...

Design overhaul needed for EHRs, says AMA

to operate and are an important contributor to their dissatisfaction, the study found," according to the study summary in the press release. "The findings suggest that the factors contributing ...

Hudl acquires Ubersense; Mobile boosts email deliverability;

Prada, and other designer brands (ZDNet) Social Scan: 12 Tips for Managing Today's IT Challenges ...

News Scan: AT&T, Shell ink mobile UC deal; Smartwatch market to take off; more

mobility: Microsoft looks to tap into mobile workers' need for physical keyboard | More mobile security ...