Virtual Desktops are gaining popularity, and it's with good reason. They bring the power of cloud computing to the desktop and offer flexibility, security and compliance for organizations who have:
Stay ahead of the data security threat by learning real life lessons from the new “Start with Security” white paper published by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This guide draws on the lessons learned from over 50 data security cases handled by the FTC. What’s interesting is that most of the issues that caused data breaches are the result of basic, fundamental security missteps.
From WIRED-The buzzy collaboration platform, Slack, has blown up over the last year, with half a million daily users and a $2.8 billion valuation. Now it’s just hit a different milestone for budding startups: Getting humiliated by hackers who defeated its not-quite-ready-for-prime-time security protections.
From Denver Business Journal: An estimated 1.9 million women-owned businesses contribute more than $1.4 trillion in revenues to the U.S. economy, according to American Express Open's 2014 State of Women-Owned Business report.
From Mashable: Lenovo and Superfish were slapped with a proposed class-action lawsuit, filed late last week in federal court, according to reports.
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From Techcrunch: LG was among the first wave of smartphone makers to venture into smartwatches. The G Watch and G Watch R are probably among the best in the market right now — not that this statement says much — but LG just announced its latest addition, the LG Watch Urbane, as Apple prepares to enter the space.
Microsoft is the first major cloud provider to adopt the world’s first international standard for cloud privacy.