Category Archives: Security

Android Smartphone Security And Instagram App Testing

Android Smartphone Security And Instagram App Testing

Android Smartphone Security And Instagram App Testing Our daily lives become more and more dependent on smartphones due to their high processing power and increased capabilities. Smartphones have features of both a mobile phone and a computer, allowing us to talk, text, tweet, email, browse the Internet, make purchases, manage bank accounts, and take pictures.

Leveraging Cloud Computing Through Automation

Leveraging Cloud Computing Through Automation

If you can define it, you can have it It’s true. The full potential of automation cannot be fully realized until it is informed and supported by an effective IT service management strategy (ITSM) that encompasses your entire IT environment, as well as business objectives, and corporate policy. Technology and business really can function as

Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends

Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends

Cloud Infographic: Top Mobile Malware Trends “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke In the modern high technology world, we observe mobile malware spreading with such rapid advances. The inforgraphic provided below by NQ.com will help you get the general overview of infection strains and rates with regard to mobile threats.

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 2: The Reality In part one of our mini two part series, published yesterday, we looked at some of the fallout from the recent celebrity photograph scandal. We looked at Apple’s response, deducing that they correctly believed that users were more responsible than

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 1: The Fallout

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 1: The Fallout

Should The Cloud Be To Blame Or The App Invasion? – Part 1: The Fallout Recent days have seen an avalanche of private images belonging to celebrities released on to various internet chat boards. The photos claim to show stars such as Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and Victoria Justice in either nude or other compromising