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Ten basic steps to secure your PC and online accounts

Ten basic steps to secure your PC and online accounts

The explosion of malware attacks and high-profile password and data breaches serve as confirmation that resourceful hackers are determined to break into your computer and online accounts. It's time to pay attention to these issues and follow some basic steps to stay secure while using your PC and surfing the web.

July 12, 2012 by in Security

Yahoo CTO talks up Open Strategy

At the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, Chief Technology Officer Ari Balogh says he's working on "rewiring Yahoo from the inside out" through a developer platform called Yahoo Open Strategy. YOS' goal is to help Yahoo's front page, plus properties such as Yahoo Mail, offer a more relevant and contextualized user experience. Users will also be able to add applications from Yahoo and third parties on various pages.

April 24, 2008 in Social Enterprise

Travelocity CTO: Barry Vandevier

Barry Vandevier, CTO of online travel site Travelocity and CIO of the company's parent Sabre Holdings talks to ZDNet editor-in-chief, Dan Farber about his company's efforts to deploy Web 2.0 technologies, such as Ajax and mashups, for the next generation of online travel. He also discusses Travelocity's green strategy--a program that allows users to purchase "carbon offsets" when booking travel.

July 24, 2007 in Social Enterprise

Larry Tesler: From Xerox PARC to Yahoo

In a Super Techies interview, ZDNet Editor-in-chief Dan Farber talks with Larry Tesler, Yahoo's vice president of user experience and design, about the history of human/computer interaction. Tesler also discusses his early work at Xerox PARC and Apple and his current role: redesigning the interface for the Yahoo front door.

July 13, 2007 in Social Enterprise

Yahoo CIO looks ahead

On April 26 at the Churchill Club in San Francisco, Yahoo CIO Lars Rabbe talks about the company's infrastructure and how its products need to be accessible to people in all corners of the world.

May 1, 2006 in Social Enterprise

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