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Organizations Can Combat WannaCry & Jaff Ransomware With Well Instrumented DNS

The Infoblox Intelligence Unit observed two global malware outbreaks on Friday, May 12. Although there is no indication that the two attacks were rela…

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The WannaCry Attack Was Years in the Making

WannaCry doesn't operate like you'd expect. That is, it's not a seedy application or form of spam that self-installs on your computer because you clic…

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Google Crosses Lines, Puts Google Assistant on iPhone

Google threatens Siri's dominance on iPhone by offering Google Assistant on the device.

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The Six Best Cities in the World for Tech Jobs

While Silicon Valley gets all of the attention, there are plenty of other tech destinations here in the U.S., as well as abroad. Let's take a brief lo…

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India's Current Start-Up Scenario Compared to the US

The burgeoning start-up scenario has undergone a paradigm shift globally. It has witnessed several shifts in the predominant trends throughout the las…

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Inmarsat Adds New Broadband Satellite to Global Xpress Fleet

Kennedy Space Center, Florida - SpaceX successfully launched an Inmarsat communications satellite into orbit yesterday evening, May 15. Inmarsat-5 F4 …

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Organizations Can Combat WannaCry & Jaff Ransomware With Well Instrumented DNS

By: Special Guest     5/22/2017

The Infoblox Intelligence Unit observed two global malware outbreaks on Friday, May 12. Although there is no indication that the two attacks were related, both were ransomware attacks with the goal of encrypting the victims' files and demanding payment (mostly in the form of a Bitcoin payment) in or…

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The WannaCry Attack Was Years in the Making

By: Kayla Matthews     5/19/2017

WannaCry doesn't operate like you'd expect. That is, it's not a seedy application or form of spam that self-installs on your computer because you clicked a bad link. It spreads, on its own, through a rather obscure Windows exploit that was only just recently patched by Microsoft engineers. The vulne…

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Google Crosses Lines, Puts Google Assistant on iPhone

By: Steve Anderson     5/18/2017

Google threatens Siri's dominance on iPhone by offering Google Assistant on the device.

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The Six Best Cities in the World for Tech Jobs

By: Larry Alton     5/18/2017

While Silicon Valley gets all of the attention, there are plenty of other tech destinations here in the U.S., as well as abroad. Let's take a brief look at six of the top cities in the world and what makes them so ideal for those in the tech industry.

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India's Current Start-Up Scenario Compared to the US

By: Special Guest     5/16/2017

The burgeoning start-up scenario has undergone a paradigm shift globally. It has witnessed several shifts in the predominant trends throughout the last few years. Though the current changes prevalent in India are also evident among the nations with a comparatively larger start-up ecosystem, like the…

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Inmarsat Adds New Broadband Satellite to Global Xpress Fleet

By: Doug Mohney     5/16/2017

Kennedy Space Center, Florida - SpaceX successfully launched an Inmarsat communications satellite into orbit yesterday evening, May 15. Inmarsat-5 F4 joins three other Global Xpress (GX) satellites already in orbit, while SpaceX continues to operate at a near-term pace of a launch every two weeks. T…

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Wannacry Ransomware: The NSA's Fault, But the Attackers Did Us a Huge Favor

By: Rob Enderle     5/15/2017

Let's focus on the causes of the Wannacry attack and why, as bad as this was, the perpetrators might have done us all a huge favor.

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Inmarsat's Newest Satellite Launch: Business as Usual or Cusp of Change?

By: Doug Mohney     5/15/2017

Kennedy Space Center, Florida - Later today, May 15, 2017, SpaceX is scheduled to put an Inmarsat communications satellite into orbit. Is this a turning point for both companies and the space industry at large? Certainly, SpaceX wants to permanently change the status quo.

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Trump's Cyber Security EO Lacks Substance

By: Paula Bernier     5/12/2017

More than three months after President Trump was expected to sign a cyber security executive order he finally took pen to paper on this important topic. Unfortunately, it was not worth the wait, as this executive order does not seem to do much to protect our national infrastructure and interests fro…

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Six Resources for Startups Looking for Funding

By: Special Guest     5/12/2017

Whether you are a business that is just starting out, or already well on your way, there are plenty of online platforms that offer startups advice and funding opportunities. Here are six online resources that can help you pay the bills and grow your business at the same time.

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Nvidia, Toyota Get Together on Self-Driving Cars

By: Steve Anderson     5/12/2017

Toyota looks to Nvidia's Drive PX supercomputer, Xavier processor, to handle the heavy lifting on its upcoming self-driving car line.

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Verizon Grabs Straight Path from AT&T

By: Paula Bernier     5/11/2017

Less than a month after we got news that AT&T would be buying Straight Path Communications in an effort to expand its spectrum holdings to prepare for 5G, Verizon has swooped in and taken over, snagging the millimeter wave spectrum holder for more than $3 billion.

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Google's New Buy Boosts VR Gaming

By: Steve Anderson     5/11/2017

Google buys Owlchemy Labs, one of the leading VR gaming labs, in a move that should give it a huge new presence in the field.

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How Mobile Millennials are Shaping the Future of the Telecommunications Industry

By: Special Guest     5/10/2017

To determine exactly what millennials will want in their mobile service provider by the year 2022, CSG International recently conducted a survey that polled nearly 1,000 millennials globally to take a closer look at what millennials want when it comes to the future of mobile service.

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How DellEMC's Pivotal Unit Could Keep Car Companies from Going Out of Business

By: Rob Enderle     5/9/2017

I'm at DellEMC World this week and one of the interesting talks was from Michael Dell in a break out talking about the coming autonomous car market and the potential it has for wiping out most of the existing car companies.

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SpaceX and Apple's Dreams of Satellite Broadband Billions

By: Doug Mohney     5/8/2017

Last week on Capitol Hill, SpaceX told a Senate committee about its plans to build a massive satellite constellation to provide broadband services around the globe. At stake for SpaceX are potential billions in revenue. Meanwhile, rumors continue on Apple jumping into space by funding Boeing's propo…

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