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by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 21, 2013


Symantec, the computer security software company, based in Mountain View, California, reports that malicious software has been discovered targeting the open-source web server application Apache Tomcat, according to a recent article published on the PC World website....


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 20, 2013


The United Kingdom was a part of the globe that once looked at cloud technology as a risky business, but more markets in this region are being persuaded to change, according to an article published on the Computer Weekly website . The article states that "_more than a fifth...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 20, 2013


According to an article written by Leo Hart for IT News Today, lower costs, increased flexibility, and many other positive options have caused many of the world's businesses to adopt virtual server technology over recent years. The article notes that some organizations still...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 19, 2013


According to an article published by Accounting Today, a report released by the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has determined that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) needs to address the security of their virtual servers . The TIGTA report examined...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 19, 2013


According to a news article posted by The Web Hosting Industry Review, an announcement from Google and the Microsoft Corporation outlined their plans to launch software that promises to prevent specific search terms related to online child sexual abuse from producing results...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 19, 2013


According to recent information documented by security awareness professionals in an article on the Digital Journal website, businesses that continue to operate without proper security training remain vulnerable to attacks and security breaches. In the report, the firm...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 18, 2013


A recommendation to make revisions to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) will lead to the encryption of a large portion of the world's web traffic, according to a recent article published by Ars Technica . The article states that a recent letter published by the Internet...


by: Bryon Turcotte  /  November 13, 2013


Professionals in the technology industry know the sophistication behind data center servers and require regularly scheduled maintenance. In a recent article posted on Tech Target, a technology veteran and author, Stephen J. Bigelow, write how simple. Scheduled maintenance...


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