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Connected Data announces Transporter 2.0

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After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Connected Data--the folks behind the ingenious Transporter data-sharing and storage device--have announced version 2.0 of the Transporter software. The Transporter is a network-attached hard drive that delivers many of the same features and benefits as cloud-based services such as Carbonite and DropBox, but without...
Connected Data announces Transporter 2.0

Ionic Security nabs $9.4M and narrows its cloud security focus on the enterprise

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Enterprise is in. You’ve heard us say that before. And right now it’s so sexy that Ionic Security, which previously served both consumers and businesses, is going all enterprise. The Atlanta-based cloud security company, formerly known as Social Fortress, is rebranding with the very corporate sounding new name. The...
Ionic Security nabs $9.4M and narrows its cloud security focus on the enterprise
Cracking tool milks weakness to reveal some Mega passwords

Lock and encode your flash drives with BitLocker To Go encryption in Windows 8

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Losing your USB flash drive before a big presentation is a terrible way to start a Monday. Losing a drive that also contains valuable personal data or confidential company information will ruin your whole week--and maybe your career. Luckily, Windows users can easily hedge their bets against such disasters...
Lock and encode your flash drives with BitLocker To Go encryption in Windows 8

Answer Line: TrueCrypt vs. encrypted .zip files

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Trinu, who keeps sensitive data inside AES-encrypted .zip archives, asked the Answer Line forum about the advantages and disadvantages of switching to TrueCrypt. [Email your tech questions to answer@pcworld.com or post them on the PCW Answer Line forum.] Regular readers know that I'm a big fan of the free,...
Answer Line: TrueCrypt vs. encrypted .zip files

Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

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Open is the flavor du jour in enterprise software for big data. But it’s just the beginning. The challenge of analyzing massive data sets has spurred a hotbed of creativity in open-source communities. While some of these are more novel than innovative, hindsight has taught us that open source succeeds...
Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

Apple's 'Unbreakable' iOS Device Encryption Highlighted

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Technology Review takes a look at the evolution of security on the iPhone, noting how Apple has been able to gain acceptance in government and enterprise by overcoming its initially lax stance on device security to roll out industry-leading encryption options that can defeat essentially all attempts at accessing properly...
Apple's 'Unbreakable' iOS Device Encryption Highlighted

Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

gigaom.com
Open is the flavor du jour in enterprise software for big data. But it’s just the beginning. The challenge of analyzing massive data sets has spurred a hotbed of creativity in open-source communities. While some of these are more novel than innovative, hindsight has taught us that open source succeeds...
Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?

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Porcupins asked the Antivirus & Security Software forum if encryption standards like AES really make your data secure. There's no such thing as perfect security. Someone with sufficient time and money, and a strong enough motive, can crack anything. So the real question becomes: Is your encryption secure enough....
When you encrypt a file or a hard drive, is it really secure?

Neo Geo X hacked to run Unibios, unofficial game ROMS

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After witnessing the fall of the DS, DSi, 3DS and PlayStation Vita, it's no surprise to hear that the Neo Geo X has succumbed to the talents of the homebrew community, but it is a little shocking how easy the handheld was to conquer. Upon cracking the device open,...
Neo Geo X hacked to run Unibios, unofficial game ROMS

Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem

gigaom.com
Open is the flavor du jour in enterprise software for big data. But it’s just the beginning. The challenge of analyzing massive data sets has spurred a hotbed of creativity in open-source communities. While some of these are more novel than innovative, hindsight has taught us that open source succeeds...
Sponsored post: Navigating the Apache Hadoop Ecosystem
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