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Cyber security flaws exposed at Washington, D.C. airports

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The Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority (MWAA) earlier this year published a document to its website containing sensitive security information that terrorists could potentially have used to launch cyber and physical attacks against Reagan National and Dulles International airports in Washington, D.C. The document is a Statement of Work (SOW)...
Cyber security flaws exposed at Washington, D.C. airports

AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail

www.pcworld.com
Attempting to stay relevant in a world where even Yahoo! gets more press, AOL on Thursday launched the beta version of its new cloud-based e-mail management tool, Alto. Alto won't replace Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL, or any other e-mail services. Instead, the free HTML 5-based client manages your existing accounts...
AOL's Alto adds visual organization to e-mail

SugarSync 2.0 adds virtual drive, other improvements

www.electronista.com
Developer SugarSync has launched v2.0 of its multi-platform online service. The technology lets users store, sync, and share files online, including things like photos, music, video, and work documents. The v2.0 overhaul is said to include easier navigation, including simpler setup via a drag-and-drop process. Another aid is the SugarSync...
SugarSync 2.0 adds virtual drive, other improvements

Here's Why BlackBerry Won't Win Back Business Users (RIMM)

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In addition to new smartphones, BlackBerry (formerly known as Research In Motion) also released new software to help businesses manage fleets of smartphones. But the new software could be too little, too late, writes IT consultant  Michael Davis, president of External IT and a columnist for InformationWeek First, the good...
Here's Why BlackBerry Won't Win Back Business Users (RIMM)

Evernote updates its iOS and Android apps with Business support

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Following its debut back in August, Evernote CEO took to the stage at LeWeb ’12 earlier this week to announce the official launch of Evernote Business in seven countries. The new offering essentially serves as an extension of the company’s core service for small and medium-sized business, featuring improved data continuity, better...
Evernote updates its iOS and Android apps with Business support
BlackBerry 10 isn't secure enough for the British government

Evernote Business launches in seven countries to bring collection, discovery and sharing to teams

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Following its debut back in August, Evernote CEO Phil Libin has taken to the stage at LeWeb ’12 to announce the launch of Evernote Business, an extension of the company’s core service for small and medium-sized business, featuring improved data continuity, better group sharing and easier user on-boarding. Evernote Business is now immediately available in France, Germany, Switzerland,...
Evernote Business launches in seven countries to bring collection, discovery and sharing to teams

Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

gigaom.com
Note to CIOs: If you don’t think your workers are using Dropbox to store and share business documents, you’ve got another think coming. One out of five of 1,300 business users surveyed said they use the consumer file-sync-and-share system with work documents, according to new research by Nasuni, an enterprise...
Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

How a security ninja cracked the password guarding his most valued assets

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JasonBechtel Jeremiah Grossman is widely considered to be one of the world's most talented ethical hackers, but even his ninja-like prowess wasn't enough to recover a forgotten password used to encrypt sensitive work documents contained on his MacBook Pro. After fiddling with a freely available password cracking program, the...
How a security ninja cracked the password guarding his most valued assets

Introducing the new Office on Windows Phone 8

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  By Bert Van Hoof, Office Engineering Today, we're proud to introduce the new Office; it comes pre-installed on every Windows Phone 8, which is launching worldwide today. When we started on this journey we set five clear objectives: All your Office documents, where and when you want them The...
Introducing the new Office on Windows Phone 8

Two Budget-Friendly Printers You Won't Want to Throw Out the Window

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It’s the impetus for meltdowns at your desk, the cause of late-night trips to FedEx Kinko’s and that one thing your parents always ask you to fix for them when you’re visiting. It’s the frustrating, fallible printer. But not all printers will make you want to live a paperless life....
Two Budget-Friendly Printers You Won't Want to Throw Out the Window
Bringing data loss prevention to the little guy

Evernote rolls out Evernote Business to 26 new markets in Europe and names new COO to oversee growth

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Evernote has expanded its Evernote Business product in Europe, adding 26 new markets where companies can now leverage the cumulative knowledge and contribution of every employee. To help oversee the rollout, including managing the product, sales and support team, the company has named Ken Gullicksen as its Chief Operating Officer....
Evernote rolls out Evernote Business to 26 new markets in Europe and names new COO to oversee growth

Megaupload users: EFF wants to help you recover lost files (Digital Trends)

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Digital Trends - As of Monday, it seemed all but guaranteed that the files stored on the servers used by Megaupload, which was seized by the US government on January 19, were gone for good. This includes the data of people who used Megaupload for legitimate purposes, like distributing work...
Megaupload users: EFF wants to help you recover lost files (Digital Trends)
Evernote launches full-fledged notes service for businesses

Backup master class: Philosophy, structure, and why RAID isn't a solution

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When my primary hard drive failed earlier this summer, it forced me to re-examine both my backup strategy and the way in which that strategy was implemented. One of the most common schemas for data backup is referred to as 3-2-1 — Three copies of a file, two different locations,...
Backup master class: Philosophy, structure, and why RAID isn't a solution
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