When it comes to social media, you need to strike the right balance between sharing enough, but not over-sharing or giving away too much personal info.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/03/31/how-to-protect-your-identity-on-social-networks/
You’re a college freshman relishing in your newfound freedom. You wake up in your cramped dorm room, roll over and grab your laptop to check Facebook — but when you type in your password, it’s rejected. Slightly annoyed, you pull on some clothes,
Your privacy is important, even if our concern for it is often misplaced . Nowhere is it more misplaced than the tech we use at work. When you use office computers, phones, or other gear, you shouldn’t expect privacy. And yet, so many still do. Here’s why it doesn’t make sense,
BlackPhone co-founder Jon Callas is in London to give a talk at IP Expo — pitching the concept of a secure yet capable smartphone to IT decision makers who, wind back the clock a few years, would have unquestionably bought BlackBerry.
The $19 billion WhatsApp acquisition by Facebook is nothing if not a signal of the significant importance that messaging has in this new phase of online connectivity, in the world where people's "first computers" are their mobile handsets. Dozens of new messaging apps launch every day,
Apple’s new desktop operating system is out today, and the final version of the major software update includes lots of changes for your Mac. It’s still OS X, though – Yosemite hasn’t gone so far afield that people used to Mavericks or Mountain Lion will feel adrift,
Google I/O is the annual tech holiday for all fandroids and lovers of Mountain View moonshots. It’s a software party mostly, so check your new hardware expectations at the door. It’s a full two days for Google to showcase the future—or at least the next 12 months—and it all starts tomorrow.
Are you planning on getting Microsoft’s newest hybrid, the Surface Pro 3, when it emerges later this summer? If so, here’s what you should purchase to complement the device.Read more: http://www.itproportal.
Can the way hospitals are designed improve the experiences of staff and visitors, and even the recovery of patients? Lucy Maddox finds out. Read more...
Partnership looks to bring procurement and payment for B2B organisations into a single solution.
Individually, Samsung is still king.
Business-only JPM Coin looks to take on the likes of Ripple.
Online giant claims it doesn't want to go against the wishes of NYC locals.
New ways to buy and new ways to pay are fuelling innovation in the sector.
Here’s a look at the current situation in the UK and some of the ways in which businesses can benefit from going paperless in 2019.
With supply chain and logistics becoming more complicated in the age of industrial IoT, the need for AI-enabled chatbots is much higher in this field.
We look at how a progressive non-profit organisation uses the workflow and project management tool Asana to good effect.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/03/31/a-closer-look-at-the-use-of-asana-in-the-business-world/
Edward Snowden’s various revelations have led to all manner of repercussions, and the cloud has felt some stormy shockwaves, too.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/03/31/snowdens-whistleblowing-revelations-have-made-businesses-re-evaluate-the-cloud/
Microsoft will use Build 2014 to officially unveil the Developer Preview for an 8 April release before the full version comes out around a month later alongside the Lumia 630 smartphone.Read more: http://www.itproportal.
Early this month, Opera opened up the Beta program for Opera Mini, a new browser for Windows Phone. You were required to sign up for the program using your email address and Opera would then send you an email with the download link.
This just coming in: the EU has approved Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp — deciding that the two are “not close competitors”. This marks closure for the last big regulatory hurdle that the social network needed to pass before closing the deal.
Testbirds, a German software testing firm introduced a new cloud testing product today they are calling TestChameleon. Testbirds to this point has been known for offering crowd-sourced software testing. They have a group of 50,
HughPickens.com writes The LA Times reports that Los Alamos National Security, the contractor managing the nuclear weapons laboratory at Los Alamos, NM has been slapped with a $57-million reduction in its fees for 2014,
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