Hacker Group The Consortium “Exposes” 72,000 Users from Porn Site Digital Playground

Kyt Dotson | March 14th

If there’s anything that we’ve learned from 2011, it’s that hackers like pornography… Or at least they like to hack into pornography websites, steal the usernames and passwords, personal information, and credit card numbers. This is possibly because...»

Why SSD Based Arrays and Storage Appliances can be a Good Idea (Part II)

Greg Schulz | March 14th

This is the second of a two part post about why storage arrays and appliances with SSD drives can be a good idea, here is link to the first post. So again, why would putting...»

How Ironic – Social Media Companies Have the Lowest Customer Service Rankings

Alex Williams | March 14th

Zendesk runs help desks for 15,000 customers. The company recently crunched the data from these customers, analyzed it and as a result has set benchmarks for what companies should strive for in their customer...»

DevOps Dossier: OrangeScape

Klint Finley | March 14th

OrangeScape is a platform-as-a-service, but unlike "general computing PaaSes" like Heroku or Google App Engine, OrangeScape Studio provides a point-and-click interface for building business apps, most comparable to Salesforce.com's Force.com platform. Apps built with OrangeScape can be...»

Former Yahoo Employee Sides with Facebook in Patent “Envy” Dispute

Mellisa Tolentino | March 14th

Andy Baio, a former Yahoo employee, is siding with Facebook in the Yahoo-Facebook patent dispute. In an article on Wired, Baio relays his story of how his patents, which he thought would be used to...»

Incapsula Report: More than Half of Website Visitors are Machines

Tom Foremski | March 14th

Incapsula, a provider of cloud-based security for web sites, released a study today showing that 51% of web site traffic is automated software programs, and the majority is potentially damaging, -- automated exploits from hackers, spies, scrapers,...»

AllClear Launches ID Mobile, Empowers Consumers to Protect Themselves

Kristen Nicole | March 14th

AllClear is putting security matters into consumers' hands with AllClear Mobile ID for iOS. The new app will alert consumers when retailers, law enforcement and cyber security experts report that thieves have access


Why SSD Based Arrays and Storage Appliances can be a Good Idea (Part I)

Greg Schulz | March 14th

Robin Harris (aka @storagemojo) recently in a blog post asks a question and thinks solid state devices (SSDs) using SAS or SATA interface in traditional


Apple Still Dominates the Tablet Wars, though Android Will Close In by 2015

Mellisa Tolentino | March 14th

There are a lot of tablets available these days and it’s quite hard to choose from the buffet.  But it looks like no matter how many Android tablets pop up in the market, consumers are...»

Mobile App Developers Must Weigh Collecting Data, Privacy

Guest Author | March 14th

Developers, by nature, want to build the coolest and most useful applications on the market.  This often means packing a mobile application with all the latest features and functionality that the platform makes available. Accelerometer?...»