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Are you thinking of making a move to the cloud with your business phone system? This great infographic from Polycom makes it simple to understand why and how many businesses, just like yours, have already made the switch. Compelling data.Continue reading
More often than not, people sign up for social media accounts without reading the particular platform’s terms of service. As a result, they are usually completely unaware of the conditions of use or the rights they have signed away. Do you really know who owns your Facebook account or your Instagram profile picture? If not, you may be surprised to discover the reality as we break down the terms that you have agreed to on various social media platforms.Continue reading
As you age, will you more closely resemble your mother or father. Will your sister and you morph into look-alikes? If you aren’t curious about how you’ll age, how about replacing that frown in your last selfie with a photorealistic, toothy grin? This may be the best selfie enhancing app out there with shelf life.Continue reading
Everyone’s spending on cloud and hosting services. Enterprises expect to spend so much more on hosting and cloud services, that the spending will outpace growth in overall IT spending by 25.8 per cent. According to a new report, cloud and hosting services spending will reach 12 per cent.Continue reading
In the coming year, there will be more intricate and complex data integrity attacks, with the main motivation being financial gain and/or political manipulation. Private enterprises and public entities are looking for ways to better protect information and preserve the integrity of their data, while individuals want to ensure that the internet remains open and provides equal access to information to all. People are now being recognized as a powerful tool to solve these problems. As a result, the negative perception surrounding hackers is shifting. Most large technology companies run notable bug bounty programs, including Google, Apple and Tesla. Recently the U.S. government added programs such as “HackthePentagon”and “HacktheArmy,” and the recent Department of Defense Vulnerability Disclosure Policy. In ride the “Ethical Hackers” – the new white knights of the cybercrime world. So. what makes a good hacker?Continue reading
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