The rush of businesses to move their operations to the cloud is creating a slipstream that's pulling security services into the nimbus.
Stories by John P. Mello Jr.
Risk management critical to skirting pitfalls of permitting personal devices in the office
When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced she was sacking the company's telecommuting program, her office deferred questions about the decision to a corporate spokesperson with a typical nonresponsive response about the matter: the company does not discuss internal matters.
It has been 18 months since more than 188,000 passwords for subscribers to Gawker were snatched by hackers and posted to the Web, but consumers don't seem any more inclined to protect their passwords now than they were then.
Android phone stalwart Samsung has announced record profits for the first three months of this year, profits driven by its flourishing smartphone sales.
A respected member of the digiterati waved a yellow flag this week over the grave of the personal computer, and with good reason.
Facebook says it knows who was behind the <a href="http://www.pcworld.com/article/243993/facebook_porn_spam_attack_how_to_protect_yourself.html">massive spam attack</a> on the social network this week--although it isn't naming them--and it intends to take legal action against them.
Online community groups are enticing because the members share common interests. But they also can cause people to make risky financial decisions.