Monthly Archives: February 2015

What should businesses do to make a private cloud succeed?

What are some of the common roadblocks some enterprises run into with private clouds?

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Will Microsoft soon retire old server?

Customers using the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 should prepare to migrate to the cloud, according to the company blog.

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Alaska struggles with safety network

Alaska has invested nearly $28 million in an internet database that hasn’t been updated yet.

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Google Play malware threatens Android security

A trio of apps for Android devices have been discovered to be vehicles for malware.

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‘Remote wiping’ a problem for BYOD policies

Mobile device policies need to be well-understood to be effective.

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Windows 10 will feature new, app-friendly browser

Windows 10 will feature two browsers, including a new, lightweight one called Spartan.

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Report: Java presents ‘single biggest security risk to U.S. desktops’

A significant volume of security vulnerabilities, coupled with a high penetration rate and lagging patch update status among users, make Java a considerable cyber security risk.

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The impact of BYOD practices on employee morale

BYOD has important emotional and technological effects on productivity in the workplace.

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New ‘GHOST’ bug could affect Linux users

A new vulnerability could affect versions of Linux dating back 15 years.

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