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Cloud Storage And Co-Working: Building A Relationship

Cloud Storage And Co-Working: Building A Relationship

Cloud Storage and Co-Working: Building a Relationship Cloud storage is perfect for freelancers. It’s perfect for students, CEOs, and stay-at-home moms. It’s also perfect when you don’t have a permanent office. That’s why cloud storage is great for co-working spaces. Co-working has moved beyond just a place to drink coffee and respond to emails. Many cities

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Trend Micro Predicts Cyber Security Concerns For 2014 And Beyond

Trend Micro Predicts Cyber Security Concerns For 2014 And Beyond

Trend Micro Predicts Cyber Security Concerns for 2014 and Beyond Mobile threats, targeted attacks and vulnerabilities for the Internet of Everything highlighted DALLAS, Dec. 9, 2013 – Trend Micro Incorporated (TYO: 4704; TSE: 4704) today released its annual security predictions report, “Blurring Boundaries: Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2014 and Beyond.” The outlook cites that one major

Online Powerhouses – Too Big to Sue?

Online Powerhouses – Too Big to Sue?

Online Powerhouses – Too Big to Sue? Internet privacy is not just under siege from the NSA. Google is fighting two huge class action suits based upon privacy violations. Facebook recently settled two privacy-based class action lawsuits. These lawsuits are colossal because Google and Facebook are two mammoth companies with enormous numbers of customers. One

Cloud Infographic: Worldwide Big Data Ecosystem

Cloud Infographic: Worldwide Big Data Ecosystem

Cloud Infographic: Worldwide Big Data Ecosystem Data has been described as the new oil, so important it is to modern business. The generation, storage and processing of more and more data has given rise to a whole new field of study, the simply, yet effectively named Big Data. Attached is an excellent and in-depth infographic

The Importance Of Monitoring Your IT Ecosystem

The Importance of Monitoring Your IT Ecosystem “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.”                                                                      – Lord Kelvin (1824-1907), British physicist and engineer. Lord Kelvin, father of the absolute temperature scale now named after him, got it right more than a hundred years ago. Measurement is critical to improvement, whether it be a product