Wednesday, July 22, 2015

SLAPPED! The Year in Tech Industry Fines

  REVIEW: Email encryption has gotten so much better, so you'd be crazy not to use it | Grooveshark music service co-founder Josh Greenberg dies at 28

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SLAPPED! The Year in Tech Industry Fines
It's not like most of the big carriers and tech companies can't afford a fine or two from the FCC, Justice Department or Federal Trade Commission here and there, but it's still not the best publicity. Here's a rundown of the year in tech industry fines to date Read More


Mobility in 2015: The Essential Mobility Guidebook
Bring business and IT leaders together with these 10 New Rules for Mobile Strategy and Success. Learn More


Reliable Application Delivery Across the Cloud
Research from leading IT analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has evidenced strong and growing interest in cloud deployment models.Join Tracy Corbo, principal research analyst at EMA, for this informative webinar on Thursday, July 16th @ 2PM EST. Learn More


REVIEW: Email encryption has gotten so much better, so you'd be crazy not to use it
  I once co-wrote a book on enterprise email where I likened email encryption to a "sucking chest wound." That was in 1997, when you had to do all the encryption key management on your own, a daunting task to say the least.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story) Read More


Grooveshark music service co-founder Josh Greenberg dies at 28
The tech startup world has been shaken today by news that 28-year-old Josh Greenberg, co-founder of recently defunct music sharing service Grooveshark, was found dead on Sunday in the Florida apartment he shared with his girlfriend. Read More

Apple Watch owners are actually pretty pleased with the device, study shows
People who don't consider themselves techies are big fans of the Apple Watch. Read More

WEBCAST: Apperian

Mobile App Management Takes Center Stage in the Enterprise
In this video interview Chris Silva, Sr. Research Director at Gartner, and Stephen Wheat, Chief Information Technology Architect at Emory Healthcare, discuss how organizations can utilize mobile application management to securely deliver mobile apps to 100% of targeted workers with a private, branded enterprise app store. Learn More

IDG Contributor Network: Gesture, voice-control are the future of mobile tech, smartphone manufacturer says
Consumers are now expecting phone tech to adapt to them, not the other way around, a smartphone executive says. Read More

iPhone 7 rumor rollup: Thicker and curvier devices, but beware "smartphone elbow"
  iPhone 7 and iPhone 6S rumors include the possibility of thicker new smartphones from Apple, more flexible wireless carrier connectivity, plus a warning about the physical dangers of using heavier iPhones. Read More

ZTE fights off low-end stereotype with high-end Axon phone
ZTE's new Axon phone will arrive next month in the US Read More

WHITE PAPER: Riverbed Technology

How Today's Hybrid Enterprises Thrive in Disruptive Times
While hybrid architectures and SaaS applications bring significant cost and flexibility benefits to enterprise users, they're creating unprecedented challenges for IT. In order to prioritize according to business needs, and to deliver an optimal and consistent end-user experience. View Now>>

Cortana headed to many new markets later this year
Microsoft's virtual assistant Cortana is packing her bags and heading for new countries after the launch of Windows 10.The company announced that members of the Windows Insider Program in Japan and Australia will get access to the assistant through Windows 10 "in the coming months" along with English language users in Canada and India. Later this year, Cortana will be made available to Insider Program members in Brazil and Mexico, and French-speaking users in Canada. Users in the U.S., U.K., China, France, Germany, Italy and Spain will have access to Cortana when Windows 10 launches on July 29.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here Read More


Silicon Valley wary of U.S. push for cyber security info sharing
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15 new iOS 9 features that are rocking our world
Sometimes it's the small things that make the biggest difference. Read More



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