How to Remove the Need for Shadow IT With the Right Collaboration Tool

1 of 8 How Good Collaboration Software Can Help Erase Shadow IT Most organizations contend that content security is always their highest priority. However, unless content collaboration technology is easy to use, users will inevitably turn to less-secure shadow IT solutions like Dropbox, Evernote and Google Drive. Why? Employees simply …

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Uber Paid Hackers $100K to Hide Data Breach Exposing 57 Million Users

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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Uber has spent the past year mired in controversy on virtually every front, from its attempts to evade regulators to lying about driver earnings, to its alleged theft of trade secrets from Google’s self-driving car …

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How is Uber still even in business at this point?

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While no Silicon Valley company is without sin, Uber seems to have plumbed new depths of corporate depravity. There is so much fundamentally rotten at the company’s core that it’s nearly impossible to imagine that new-ish CEO Dara Khosrowshahi can disinfect and rehabilitate a culture gone horribly wrong. Khosrowshahi’s tenure is …

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How FCC Plans to Reverse Title II Action in December

Despite dire warnings from some corners of the media, the FCC’s planned action isn’t the end of net neutrality, and in fact it may foster growth on the internet. Before we get started, let’s all take a deep breath. That’s it. Breathe all the way in then hold it for …

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Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 Drains the Battery While Gaming, Even When Plugged In

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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. When Microsoft announced its refreshed Surface Book 2 last week, it was quite clear about how it wanted to position the product. “This is a desktop,” Panos Panay, Microsoft’s corporate VP of devices, declared. “For …

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Tencent gets exclusive rights to operate PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in China

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It’s just like everyone always says in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: China No. 1. Internet megacorp Tencent has revealed that it will have the exclusive rights to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in its home market of China. It will run the servers, and it will focus on complying with (or bypassing) tough regulations. Tencent …

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10 Things You Can Expect, Including a Mini Version

1 of 12 Galaxy S9: How Samsung Will Improve on Its Flagship Handset Line Coming off a successful year with the launch of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8, Samsung is already preparing for the release of its Galaxy S9. According to an ever-growing number of reports, …

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Disney May Have Pushed EA to Pull Battlefront II Pay-to-Win Loot System Last Week

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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Last week, EA found itself in hot water as the official launch of Star Wars: Battlefront II approached. After first attempting to justify making players spend 40 hours unlocking a single hero, the company slashed …

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Harold Halibut is like a cheery BioShock under an alien sea

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Too often, depictions of postapocalyptic society focus on grimdark, gritty, and gruesome. But Harold Halibut offers another perspective: dreamy and awkward, channeling Wes Anderson’s The Life Aquatic. It’s a PC point-and-click adventure with a stop-motion aesthetic, and it’s the debut effort from German indie studio Slow Bros. The studio has been working …

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Google Downplays Report On Android Location Data Collection

Google this week downplayed a report that it has quietly been collecting location data from Android devices even when users have disabled location services or haven’t even inserted a SIM card into their phones. In a report Nov. 21, the Quartz online site contended that since at least the beginning …

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