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Macs are really no more secure than a PC, but for many years there just weren’t as many out there because of the expense of the hardware and other issues. They’ve historically been a much less popular choice among both consumers, enterprises, and hackers alike. What’s changed?Continue reading
If you’re a small to midsized business and you wing it when it comes to network management and security, then it’s not a question of if you will have a disaster, it’s merely a question of when. Why? Because malware, accidents and disasters are all waiting in the wings to pop out and make your life hell and cost you lots of money. Now I won’t lie to you, getting insulated from the bad stuff isn’t cheap, but if you think security and reliability is expensive, try fixing a disaster. Here are 12 steps that will, in the long run, make your business safer. Think you’ve got this covered? How many have you got in place?Continue reading
In the fourth quarter of 2016, Accenture conducted a survey of 26,000 consumers around the world to gather information on smartphone usage, preferences and “wants” and compile a forecast for smartphones in 2017. Interesting read!Continue reading
Have you heard? A tiny bug in Cloudflare’s code has led an unknown quantity of data—including passwords, personal information, messages, cookies, and more—to leak all over the internet. If you haven’t heard of the so-called Cloudbleed vulnerability, keep reading. This is a scary big deal. Let’s start with the good news. Cloudflare, one of the world’s largest internet security companies, acted fast when security researcher Tavis Ormandy of Google’s Project Zero identified the vulnerability. The bad news is that the Cloudflare-backed websites had been leaking data for months before Ormandy noticed the bug. Cloudflare says the earliest data leak dates back to September 2016. It’s so far unclear if blackhat hackers had already found the vulnerability and exploited it secretly before Cloudflare fixed its code. Cloudflare’s clients include huge companies like Uber, OKCupid, 1Password, and FitBit. That means an incalculable amount of sensitive […]Continue reading
Dell is helping to keep the oceans free of plastic and has announced the technology industry’s first shipment of ocean plastics packaging, the result of an innovative, commercial-scale pilot program. Dell recycled plastics collected from waterways and beaches for use in the new packaging tray for its Dell XPS 13 2-in-1, building on its broader sustainable supply chain strategy. In 2017, Dell’s ocean plastics pilot will keep 16 000 pounds of plastic from entering the ocean. Considering what a plastic bottle weighs, thats a lot of plastic.Continue reading
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