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This timeline fully reflects the state of the ransomware ecosystem over the period of May – December 2016. For your convenience, the entries are intuitively split up by the following categories: new ransomware released; existing ransomware updated; free decryptors created; and ot...
This is a comprehensive report on ransomware-related events covering a time frame of May – December 2016. The incidents herein are visually broken down into categories, including new ransomware, updates of existing strains, decryptors released, and other noteworthy news. Security...
Je publie cette analyse en deux parties, pour traiter en profondeur un sujet qui concerne 100 % des entreprises, quel que soit leur taille ou leur secteur d’activité. Première partie : la situation en 2015. Deuxième partie : critères de...
Welcome to Kevin Benedict's What's New in HTML5.  HTML5 is predicted to be the dominant development environment for enterprise mobility over the next several years.  The questions are when and where should HTML5 be used today.  In this weekly update on HTML5 we report ...
Enterprise Version Management Leader Underscores Its Support for Linux in the EnterpriseWOKINGHAM, UK (January 30, 2013) - Perforce Software today announced it has joined the Linux Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux - the renowned open s...
Last year on our Open Government webinar Andy MacLeod of Cisco presented on G-Cloud, the UK program to adopt Government Cloud Computing, providing an initial basis for our G-Cloud section in GovCloud.info. (Join our GovCloud Linkedin networking group here).
Following on the heals of several guest appearances late in 2009 ( here, here, here and here) on the Storage Monkeys Infosmack weekly pod cast, I was recently asked to join them again for the inaugural 2010 show (Episode 34). Along with VMguru Rich Brambley and hosts Greg Knieriemen...
Reuters published an article titled "IBM takes on Google in business Web-mail market" - bold words but hey, this is Big Blue, right? We haven't seen much from IBM in the SaaS space yet, so this move was about time. What is surprising is the positioning of this offering, low function, l...
I just read the rumors that Yahoo is trying to unload Zimbra, which it acquired 2 years ago for a whopping $350 million. Why? Maybe because technology matters. "..Yahoo bought the company to goose that business, whose main rival has been Google (GOOG)–along with using Zimbra technology...
Round to Support Continued Growth of IP Interconnection Services, Driving Adoption of Cross-Network NGN Offerings  LONDON – Sept. 16, 2009 – XConnect, the global leader in neutral and secure next-generation interconnection and ENUM-registry services, today announced ...
Roger McNamee and I have two things in common. One: I desperately need a haircut. Two: I’ve officially given up on the dream of one-device-that-can-rule-them-all. In this video, McNamee shows off his famously unruly locks and his famous Batman-like utility belt, in which he carries at...
It's been an interesting year so far for cloud computing "enablers" such as my firm Enomaly. It's certainly not what I was expecting. The mood for big business investing in large enterprise "cloud" infrastructures has all but disappeared. But there is another market segment quickly pic...
Google says the vast majority of the 1 million businesses that use Google Apps opt for the free advertising supported version. To make the free option less attractive they've been quietly lowering the number of user accounts that can be associated with a free account. Now as businesses...
Google is opening the doors to resellers for its Google Apps suite of office services. Businesses who want to use Gmail, Google docs and other Google offices services in lieu of Microsoft or other solutions will be able to sign up at Google or through any qualified value added reseller...
Yahoo has invited the press to an event in San Francisco today where it will announce the next steps in its open strategy (details found here). As GigaOm speculated over the weekend, we should be hearing details about the deployment of applications on Yahoo Mail. We'll post the det...
Twenty five year old venture capital firm Accel Partners is announcing two new funds today that add more than $1 billion to their war chest: Accel Growth Fund at $480 million and Accel London III at $525 million. The Growth Fund will focus on later stage investments information techno...
Comme il était “facile” de le prévoir, Microsoft va, dès 2010, proposer des solutions de Bureautique 2.0 en mode “butineur”.Les images d’écrans publiées par Microsoft à la suite de la conférence montrent comment fonctionnera, à partir de 2010, cette nouvelle...
Before Yahoo offered this hosted solution, users had to either deploy Zimbra on their own servers, or partner with a 'Zimbra Hosted Service Providers'.Zimbra did not release any information about the pricing for this hosted solution, but the company guarantees a 99.9% uptime and will p...
Zimbra, the collaborative webmail and calendar company that was acquired by Yahoo in 2007, has launched a new product for academic institutions called Zimbra Hosted that will allow schools to run their webmail portals from the "cloud". Previously schools would have to run Zimbra's s...
It's literally been ten years since Yahoo updated its online calendar. And it's been more than two years since Google launched its Web-based calendar. But tonight it will start rolling out a new drag-and-drop, Ajax calendar in a closed beta to Yahoo Mail users in the U.S., UK, Indi...
There have been a number of timed and anecdotal speed tests performed on Google Chrome over the last couple of days. My personal testing: Chrome is the fastest browser I have ever used. More structured TechCrunch testing showed similar results: It's fast. Here are what others came...
Cisco is getting into the Web e-mail game with a $215 million purchase of five-year-old PostPath. PostWho? The company sells a Linux-based e-mail service to enterprises somewhat like Zimbra (which Yahoo bought for $350 million last year). PostPath is a fully functional in-browser Aja...
How is Sergey funding family members from Google? What is Google up to with their Android development? All under the covers stuff. Well not quite, but we do love a good conspiracy don't we?Leave CommentRelated Entries:Zimbra upgrade to 4.5.10; Major ldap problemsDoes software date...
While I was presenting my Web 2.0 seminar in Rome this week, I had a chance to review and edit the V53 Web 2.0 materials that I recently uploaded — as well as adding some new material based on the June 9, 2008 Apple presentation about its new iPhone3g. The result is a new V54 [.....
Most of the challenges in developing Ajax applications is dealing with the development lifecycle of creating applications for the various browsers. Despite the fact that Dojo attempts abstracts away the pecularities of the various browser platforms,
Most of the challenges in developing Ajax applications is dealing with the developmentlifecycle of creating applications for the various browsers. Despite the fact that Dojo attempts abstracts away the pecularities of the various browser platforms, there are stillgoing to be cases whe...