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News Scan: Amazon launches Zocalo app for Android, iOS; Apple provides developers' kit for Apple Watch; more

in the enterprise | Google I/O review: Android L, Android One, more] >> IoT app enablement platform revenues ...

How to defend yourself from being doxxed

While there are literally hundreds of them, Gagne outlined a shortlist of 11 services that can be opted ...

Microsoft explains 11-hour Azure outage as critics find fault with its communications strategy

A substantial part of Microsoft's Azure cloud platform went dark earlier this week, leaving customers with deployments in the U.S., Europe, and parts of Asia unable to use Azure for some 11 hours. The downtime also affected Microsoft services that relied in part on Azure, such as Xbox Live and MSN.com. ...

Mobile workspaces popular in regulated industries; IT, business disagree about mobile;

Watch >> 10% of owners of iPhone 5 & up will buy an Apple Watch, predicts Morgan Stanley ...

Spotlight: On the 29th anniversary of Windows 1.0

Microsoft wasn't trying to steal anything at all.  I didn't give Windows 1.0 all that much of a chance, and I wrote and published a review saying that Microsoft understands programming languages but not consumer computing. Thankfully, not one word of that review is cited here. Read more:   The Original ...

One more cross-platform collaborations solution provider: BlackBerry

"Does this mean I can write another BlackBerry story now?") was, "Does this software require ...

IT security pros are frustrated with inadequate incident response program

to effective IR include lack of time to review and practice procedures and lack of budget for tools ...

Detroit had server breached, balked at $800,000 bitcoin ransom to recover

targeting smaller municipalities. An RT report relayed the story of the Dickson County Sheriff's Office ...

Broadband industry groups warn Title II may be unreasonable, unfeasible

Internet frozen in time?" For more:- read the Harvard Business Review article Related Articles: ...

Confirmed: 2014 is the worst year ever for data breaches

of reported incidents and 84.8 percent of exposed records were the result of hacking. Fraud accounted for 11 ...