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December
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Survey Says IT Pros Need More Cloud Training

A survey released by ScienceLogic, providers of IT monitoring software, determined that the increase and acceleration of initiatives regarding cloud technology are requiring half of the of the IT professionals in the industry to seek additional education, according to a recent article published by The Web Host Industry Review website. The article states that the findings...

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December
18
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CA Security Firm Gets Expansion Funding

The San Francisco-based website optimization and security company, CloudFlare, announced in a statement Tuesday that a round of $50 million in funding has allowed them to expand their services internationally and will “quadruple its network capacity across 23 data centers around the world“, according to a recent article published by The Web Host Industry Review. The...

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December
18
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Study: Poor Website Performance Slows Online Purchasing

A recent study indicates that individuals who prefer shopping online will curb their purchases when they experience “poor navigation, slow website load times, interruptions and timeouts” on the web sites they visit, according to an article published by The Web Host Industry Review. The data showed in this article clarified that opinions of specific brands,...

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December
17
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Insight: Smart Online Security Practices

Industry experts agree that in this generation of “big data” any individual who wishes to access a network to connect to the internet, invites potential threats against their personal privacy, and in larger settings, could create issues that could affect our national security, according to a recent article published by Tech News World. The article states...

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December
16
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Google Eyes Processor Designing for Mobile Market

The changes in the marketplace – which are quickly riding on the ever accelerating development and use of mobile devices – has Google seriously investigating processor manufacturing, according to a recent article published on the Bloomberg website. The article indicates that Google – already a dominant force – and their new interest in this market,...

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December
16
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Experts Predict Cloud Storage Needs to Triple by 2018

Researchers predict that over 1 billion personal cloud storage service accounts will be active by the end of 2013, according to an article published by The Host Review website. The article indicates that the compiled data, collected by ABI Research, shows that this is double than the amount of accounts that existed last year. The...

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December
12
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Report: NSA Uses Google Cookies to Track

The National Security Agency (NSA) is using one type of Google “cookie” – known as “PREF” – to “track and hack its targets“, according to information contained in an article published on the Tech News World website. The article defines “PREF” as a “tracking cookie” which stores the preferences of a user and calls it “a...

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December
12
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Ugotposted Owner Faces Multiple Felony Charges

Kevin Bollaert, owner of the now-defunct “Ugotposted” website, faces a long list of felony charges including identity theft, extortion and conspiracy, according to a recent article published by the Web Host Industry Review. The article outlines that Bollaert’s website hosted “revenge porn”- video clips and photos taken by former relationship partners – to be used in an...

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December
11
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Prediction: Ransomware Attacks to Increase in 2014

Technology experts have come to an agreement in their predictions that the spread of “malware” will lessen allowing hackers to focus more of their attention on “ransomware” in the coming year – which allows them to obtain the valid credentials of authentic users – according to an article published by Tech News World.  As frustration drives...

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December
11
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Malicious DLL Discovered by Security Experts

The SpiderLabs team at Trustwave, a security provider, reported that a malicious DLL installed as an Microsoft IIS module has been showing up online and it is currently undetectable by most anti-virus tools, according to an article published on the Web Host Industry Review web site. Josh Grunzweig of SpiderLabs advised that malicious software of...

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