Archive for 2014

Pivot Networks Can Help Migration Away from Windows Server 2003

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Perhaps you have heard that support for all versions of Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2 and Small Business Server 2003 R2 will end on July 14, 2015. This means that very soon security patches, hotfixes, and complimentary support will not be available. Also, …

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Best Smartphone Apps for 2014

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There are so many smartphone apps out there that it’s common to have trouble figuring out which ones are worthwhile. If you want some help weeding out the good from the bad, CIO.com app reviewer James A Martin has some tips for you. In his …

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Employee-Sourced Tools are Changing Corporate Collaboration

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In a mobile-based world, individuals are doing more to change the game of business collaboration and content sharing. When companies are still using outdated or problematic programs for web conferencing or presentations, employees are showing they have little hesitation in bringing their own mobile devices …

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Heartbleed Flaw Not a Conspiracy

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New research has shown that the “Heartbleed” flaw probably wasn’t known of before it was made public.
These findings lay to rest conspiracy theories that US government agencies had played a part and that they had been using the weakness for surveillance purposes.
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