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DOJ Accused of Deliberately Using Old Tech for FOIA Requests
The government has been sued for intentionally obstructing Freedom of Information requests.
How to Tell Your Most Intimate Secrets to Your Competitors
You just opened your computer on a flight to a convention, with your competitor's rep seated right behind you. Are you crazy?
Are You Using Non-Disclosure Agreements as Preventive Measures or Backup Plans?
Not getting your employees to sign an NDA early on could cost you. These six guidelines will help prevent that.
5 Employee Types You Should Recognize to Enhance Your IT Security Policies
From "Mr. Feet on the Ground" to "Ms. Head in the Cloud," these employee personalities help you find the holes in your system.
Is Your Company's Data Safe in the Cloud? (Infographic)
Despite the risks, more than half of all U.S. businesses are trusting the cloud. Where does yours stack up?
How Tech Leaders Can Prepare for the Future of Work
The expectations of younger, technologically-deft workers are driving change in the workplace that improves productivity.
How Today's Tech-Savvy Employees Are Challenging the Traditional Role of Corporate IT
The generation just entering the workforce has no patience with their employer's technology if they can figure a hack that makes work easier.
10 Questions to Ask When Hiring Your Company's First IT Support Person
Expert tips from a seasoned IT pro to help you find the right person for the job.
The Balancing Act: Sharing Data Versus Guarding Trade Secrets
Companies are grappling with how to foster collaboration inside and outside the organization while protecting proprietary information.
Target Says Up to 70 Million Customers Affected By Hacking
The fallout from Target's Black Friday hacking incident continues with the company saying 70 million people were affected by the data breach -- a much larger figure than the 40 million initially reported.