Biography for Paul Mah
Paul Mah is the associate editor for FierceCIO:TechWatch. Someone who has a passion for both enterprise tech and gadgets, Paul was in the IT industry for more than five years prior to joining FierceMarkets. Paul currently lives in Singapore where he teaches IT several times a week at a local polytechnic. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or on his personal blog at www.thetechblogger.com. You can also follow him on Twitter @paulmah and find him on LinkedIn.
Articles by Paul Mah
Regardless of the slump in PC shipments, 300 million new computers each year is still a huge number. For enterprises, the figures are probably not as important as ensuring that its wireless infrastructure is up to scratch to accommodate the huge influx of BYOD devices that are currently displacing PC shipments.
Target CIO Beth Jacob has resigned in the wake of the security breach that saw hackers make off with millions of credit card details belong to its customers.
Microsoft's Windows 8.1 Update 1 has reached the RTM, or release to manufacturing, stage, according to various reports.
A highly critical vulnerability in a cryptographic code library has been discovered, and threatens to affect hundreds of open source packages across various Linux distributions.
Microsoft will be releasing a total of five updates for March 2014, according to the latest Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification that was released. The relatively lightweight update consists of two "critical" updates with the final three pegged as "important."
ABBYY FineReader is an OCR, or optical character recognition, software that transforms scanned digital images and image-only PDFs into searchable and editable formats such Microsoft Office.
I went to a Ruckus Wireless product demonstration somewhat skeptical, and left convinced that indoor location-based tracking could be the next big thing. Indeed, there are more real-life uses to it than you would have imagined.
CEO and co-founder Scott Heiferman had apparently received an email that attempted to extort $300 from him as a condition to stop the DDoS, which promptly commenced.
More than 300,000 Internet routers have been compromised by hackers, says researchers from a Florida-based security firm called Team Cymru. If there is one compelling reason for enterprises not to rely on consumer-grade router hardware--even for smaller branches, then this is it.
Microsoft will stop shipping security updates for Windows XP come April 8, 2014. This cessation comes after an incredible run of 12 years and five months, and is substantially longer than many desktop operating systems such as Apple's OS X.