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The free version dubbed Nimsoft Monitor Snap is aimed at allowing users constrained by resources, many whom are bypassing IT departments, a quick to set up product in the hopes they will spread the word and trade up.
Cybercrime is getting more sophisticated and more expensive to deal with. Large organizations are successfully attacked all the time.
Most of the notebooks weigh less than 4 pounds apiece, though only the Portégé Z30 qualifies as an Ultrabook.
France's second biggest network is rolling out a combination of LTE and DC-HSPA+ across the country.
Smartphones and tablets tap into the vast information superhighway, and the lure to always be doing that is very powerful.
European Google Analytics customers can opt-in to a new agreement designed to improve compliance with European data protection laws.
Two billion favour APT 700 plan for digital dividend spectrum, but US chooses 'suboptimal' path, says regulator.
As Netflix's European base is in Luxembourg, the Dutch privacy watchdog can't take any action over breaches of the country's data protection laws.
One of Apple's former chief executives has said that Tim Cook, Steve Jobs' replacement, is doing very well in his new role.
Data warehouse giant releases version 6 of its data discovery platform.
The telecoms equipment maker has confirmed axing 10,000 job roles as the firm refocuses its services.
While the crime rate appears to have dipped from 48 percent to 37 percent of online users, the cost per victim was the highest worldwide at US$1,158--nearly four times the global average, according to the 2013 Norton Study.
In just four decades, one-fifth of the world's population -- or more than 2 billion people -- will be aged 60 or over. These are the countries they'll want to live in.
The country's largest operator says the introduction of asymmetric termination fees will mean it's "effectively subsidising competitors".
Cisco has announced the completion of the Sourcefire takeover, worth $2.7 billion.
The startup ecosystem has grown quite a bit in the last few years, thanks to backers such as the Indian Angel Network, Nexus, Helion, The Morpheus, Seedfund, Canaan, SAIF, Lightspeed, Bessemer and Kae Capital.
After attending American hacker conference DEF CON in August, Violet Blue visited Serbia in September to experience the first hacker conference in the Balkans - BalCCon.
Privacy invasion via drone, social media accounts, GPS tracking and metadata are some of the issues the Australian Law Reform Commission has suggested should be considered as part of a privacy law review.