Very scary news coming from Wired’s Mat Honan. As well publicized over the weekend, Honan’s iCloud account was hacked. ‘Bad’. This quickly led to Honan’s Twitter account, and in turn Gizmodo’s Twitter account (where Honan used to work). Honan’s Twitter profiles were attached to his iCloud email, and a simple Twitter password reset allowed
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Maybe this will put an end to all that “Dropbox of the Enterprise” talk by cloud storage providers.
On Monday night, Dropbox acknowledged that spam mailings afflicting users starting a few weeks ago happened when hackers used passwords obtained from third-party sites to access “a small number” Dropbox user accounts. The company called in outside experts to help
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Microsoft just announced that they are launching a new cloud based online email service called Outlook.com. When it comes to past email services, one can’t help but think of Hotmail, and how it has been slowly fading in the wake of Google’s cloud email service gmail. As big tech companies like Apple,
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Wireless networks will soon get a big boost in speed.
A new standard supporting the 60 GHz band is coming next year and it will allow wireless networks to be much faster than those that run on today’s current 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.
The standard, known as 802.11ad, will create
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India, just like other parts of the world, is witness to a change in the way employees work. Mobility is becoming important and physical presence in office is no longer a measure of productivity. A new generation of multimedia-savvy employees brings mobile devices into the workplace expecting to be connected from wherever
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