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Missing protection: Corporate B2B privacy policies
The general lack of such policies is a major security hole.
So he's NOT your favorite memory of that job?
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Look, just think of it as unused vacation, OK?
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Yes, Apple is building a car
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Unplug, plug back in. How exciting could THAT be?
Flashback to the early 1980s, when this New Zealand site has 100 terminals connected to the central computer in a very stylish office that's a disaster waiting to happen.
Third party antivirus programs interfere with Windows Defender critical patch
To install the latest Windows Defender update, I had to fight it out with Avast antivirus. It took a few rounds, but in the end, I won.
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Apple's iPhone 7 is best-selling, and iPhone 6S most used, analysts claim
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With security awareness, money talks
One problem with what we tell employees about taking security precautions is that the precautions interfere with their jobs.
Pulp...er, help fiction
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