Management of one’s personal devices, applications and security settings for everyone in a large organization can become an overwhelming task and time consuming. Google has released something that can make IT manager’s breath a bit easier. Their announcement today of a new set of security tools to help Google Apps users take back control of their security online.
Agree or disagree, you will have to wait for 20 years to find out if the software was right or wrong.
I always hoped to be a silver fox. But, I’ll approve of the diet I’ve obviously been on hehehe…
Experts don’t know where it came from, and aren’t quite sure what it does.
But they do know this: a newly-uncovered cybersecurity threat appears to have been designed by a government, and is “groundbreaking and almost peerless.”
Trend Micro Incorporated, has released its annual security predictions report, “Trend Micro Security Predictions for 2015 and Beyond: The Invisible Becomes Visible,” and the company’s threat defense experts are highlighting the report’s forecast that targeted attacks will become rampant from more countries as hackers from the usual suspects have found success targeting victims around the world. Additionally, the report breaks downs seven other cybersecurity threat predictions for 2015 including banks and payment systems.
The next-generation of the Mac OS is very near it’s release. Some speculate that we could see it in as soon as 3 weeks, as Apple on released a golden master candidate of OS X Yosemite to developers for testing.
Microsoft official announce the Windows 10 software at the San Francisco conference this afternoon. Stating it’s one product family, one platforms and one store.
More and more details are emerging regarding Windows 9 (or what Microsoft ever Microsoft decided to call it). Now thanks to the president of Microsoft Indonesia, we know more details. It’s PRICE!!