Brainloop in ZD Net
The need for security by government agencies, public corporations and private business is underscored by recent document leaks and what can happen when sensitive documents are freely distributed by unauthorized parties. Unfortunate consequences occur when companies lose control...Click here for full story.
Gestalt in Channel Insider
Only about 10 percent of the channel that says it does managed services actually are full-fledged managed services providers. The rest are just dipping their toes in. That's according to Jim Hare, now vice president of sales for eGestalt, who says MSPs should stop selling products...Click here for the full story.
eEye Digital Security in SC Magazine
In 2006, a disgruntled UBS system administrator planted a "logic bomb"that, had it been successful, would have driven UBS's stock price into the ground. In late 2008, a contract engineer launched a logic-bomb attackafter Fannie Mae terminated him. Had his attack not been thwarted...Click here for the full story.
Gestalt in Fierce Compliance
The GRC industry in many ways was built on large company deployments. The big firms faced the most regulatory risk and were the prime opportunities early on. But medium- and small-size companies face a lot of regulatory risk as well, despite the Sarbanes-Oxley 404(b) reprieve they won...Click here for the full story.
Gestalt in ZD Net
You may think IT compliance is nothing more than big government sticking its nose into everyone’s business. Compliance equals Big Brother. OK, so there is some truth in that government compliance regulations are a little over the top, and perhaps there are just too many of them that...Click here for the full story.
Guardtime in Cloud Computing Journal
‘In God we trust,’ yet the currency of the Cloud is at odds with trust. Is it possible to trust applications that reside in a Cloud that seems so porous? Cloud Computing Journal's Jeremy Geelan sat down with GuardTime CEO Mike Gault, whose keyless signature technology is used to secure...Click here for the full story.
GroupFlier in TechCrunch
Much like 1000Memories with its online memorial to Egyptian protesters, group-texting app GroupFlier realized that its users were clamoring for an #Egypt-related feature, specifically one that provided curated Twitter and other content relating to the anti-Mubarak protests...Click here for the full story.
Guardtime in Network World
Can you trust the integrity of applications and data in the public cloud? Certainly trust is a crucial factor for the successful use of cloud computing by any organization. If you are going to allow another entity to process and/or store your data, you need to know whether or not someone has...Click here for the full story.
SMTP in DM News
Brands should absolutely continue to outsource data storage. If anything, this will become more of a necessity as brands are inundated with
increasing amounts of data from consumers and face the challenge of unifying access to it and leveraging it effectively...Click here for the full story.
StartWire in US News
If you’re entering the job market for the first time or haven’t searched for a new job in the last three years, you’re in for a shock over how the process works—and how it has changed in a relatively short period of time. Job search 4.0 will be less about finding talent and finding jobs and more about...Click here for the full story.
Wistia in Read Write Web
As it turns out, giving potential customers a demo of autonomous robots at work tends to be a pretty effective selling tool. But finding the time, budget, and resources to arrange live demonstrations can be challenging. This is the problem that presented itself to a company we started working with...click here for the full story.
Wistia in Target Marketing
For Kiva Systems, the Woburn, Mass., developer of robotic solutions for distribution and order fulfillment operations, the maxim "seeing is believing" permeates the marketing process. With a technological solution for order picking that deviates from the norm and can seem a little space age...click here for the full story.