Monthly Archives: June 2014

Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 29,2014
Aligning IT with the business has been a top priority of IT organizations for the past few years, but that is changing, according to the latest State
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 22,2014
The Internet of Things gets real Practical applications are emerging for connected devices in key industries A year ago, people were mostly
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 20,2014
No, really! Amazon has finally released its own smartphone. The Fire Phone, which runs on Amazon's Android-based Fire OS 3.5 and incorporates a
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 16,2014
This column is available in a weekly newsletter called IT Best Practices. Click here to subscribe. SQL injection attacks have been around for more
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 14,2014
Preview requires KitKat and an off-premises Exchange mailbox Microsoft on Wednesday released a preview version of Outlook Web App (OWA) for
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 10,2014
Message from TrueCrypt that it’s being discontinued on SourceForge.net. The abrupt discontinuation of the disk and file encryption freeware
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 6,2014
The Internet of Things is growing, and the things are getting weirder by the day. Last year, we dug up some of the weirdest objects that had been
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Posted by:admin Posted on:Jun 2,2014
Corporate departments act on their own, contending IT is too slow in creating a path to cloud services IT departments need to watch out for
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