Tag Archives: Security

Online File Sharing And The Importance Of Security

Online File Sharing And The Importance Of Security

Do you have confidential business files stored on your work computer? Maybe it’s a spreadsheet for a report that must be delivered to management tomorrow. If you don’t work on it from home, you’ll be at the office all night. As a trusted member of your company, you are authorized to view this type of

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Angry Birds And The NSA

Angry Birds And The NSA

The National Security Agency and British Government Communications Headquarters have been working together since 2007 to plant surveillance into mobile phone users’ applications, allowing them to store location information, alongside a slew of other private information users put into applications.   Popular app Angry Birds was targeted, alongside more common information hotspots like Facebook, LinkedIn

Cloud Computing Round-Up Week 19th-26th Of Jan, 2014

Cloud Computing Round-Up Week 19th-26th Of Jan, 2014

Cloud Computing Round-Up Week 19th-26th of Jan, 2014 Here’s a round-up of the 3 top cloud stories making the headlines this week. Microsoft To Store Foreign Users’ Data Overseas – As the NSA gets grabby with users’ data, when those users happen to be using US based computing services, Microsoft have made a controversial move to

IBM’s Low-end Server Business Acquired For $2.3 Billion

IBM’s Low-end Server Business Acquired For $2.3 Billion

Lenovo has finally acquired IBM’s low-end server business, after a deal spanning over a year has finally come to a close. The final acquisition price came to $2.3 billion, making it the largest tech server acquisition by a Chinese company. IBM has been trying to shift its x86 server business for a few years now,

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013

Cloud Infographic: Biggest Security Breaches Of 2013 There has been much discussion on security breaches over the last several months. This will continue to be the hot topic in 2014 as companies look for ways to thwart the increase in cybercrime. Provided is an infographic by Marble Security outlining the biggest security breaches of 2013.