Flame malware is considered ingenious by network security researchers. They say the botnet has the most complex command and control structures ever seen.
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Securing cloud computing environments is challenging enough, but is made all the more complicated when a mix of cloud options are employed, an approach that will become increasingly common.
Privacy advocates are riled up after the recent passing of the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act by the House, which occurred despite opposition from privacy advocates, lawmakers and the White House.
The 2012 IDG Enterprise Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) survey was completed with the goal of gaining a better understanding of current and future UC&C investments. The survey highlights the uptick in UC&C adoption and investments in the coming three years — specifically in enterprise organizations — demonstrating the value organizations place on technologies that enable consistent and connected communications between employees, customers and partners.
In summing up the experts' thoughts, Network World's Brad Reed put it rather succinctly about the emergence of Google Drive: “We like it, but couldn’t it have been released two years ago?”
Android device activations have skyrocketed lately, and now average around 850,000 a day. That's quite a leap from the first quarter of 2010, when Android activations were averaging a mere 65,000 per day. Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system in the world, as research firm Gartner reported late last year that Android devices accounted for more than half of all smartphones sold worldwide in the third quarter of 2011.
The tech world has changed out of all recognition since Microsoft’s Windows XP operating system’s release
It seems every day there is something new to report on Windows 8 and so far the reviews have been positive. But the Microsoft operating system is far from ready to be put out in the wild.
Recalling classic computers upon the passing of Commodore International founder Jack Tramiel
Transportation, healthcare, fashion and more get the MIT treatment
Cisco: From its Catalyst 6500 Ethernet switch rollout to 2011's 'transformation,' the networking giant has a rich history
The first hands-on reviews of the new iPad make it clear not only that Apple keeps the tablet crown but why it continues to do so.
No earth-shaking changes, but Mozilla’s minor Firefox upgrades could add up
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A rundown of the Apple tablet's key features