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Using Non-HP Inks In HP Printers? HP Is Stopping That

From the very earliest days of the PC revolution, printer manufacturers have relied on a very specific model to sell their wares. They sell the printer itself as cheaply as possible, relying ...

New MacOS Sierra Available Includes Long-Awaited Features

Over the past few years, most of MacOS’s updates have been aimed at bringing it firmly into alignment with iOS. Gradually, we’ve seen an increasing number of iOS’s features ported over to ...

Dealing With The Dark Side Of Social Media

By Mark Sanborn, CSP, CPAE Social media has become a true amplifier, permeating every nook and cranny of the web, giving a ...

Hacked Smart Devices Are Being Used To Launch Web Attacks

Much has been written about the explosion in the size of the Internet of Things: a dizzying and rapidly growing collection of internet-connected objects that we use to make our lives more ...

Small Businesses Are Adopting Cloud Services By A Large Margin

The reasons for the mass migration are varied, but fall into five broad categories: • Downtime (35%) • Poor Performance (33%) • ...

Could One Tiny Leak Wipe Out Your Entire Company?

Things were going great at Michael Daugherty’s up-and-coming $4 million medical-testing company. He was a happy man. He ...

ClixSense Users Password Breach Affected 6 Million Users

If you’ve never heard of ClixSense, you’re not alone. It’s a website that supposedly pays its users for viewing advertisements and completing surveys online. Unfortunately, people who signed up to use the ...

5 Business Lessons I Learned From Kevin O’Leary

I recently had the opportunity to meet Kevin O’Leary and hear him speak about successful companies he’s ...

Your Last.fm Password Could Have Been Compromised In 2012

Are you familiar with the music service, Last.fm? If you used the service at any point in 2012, your password could be compromised. This is the latest find announced by LeakedSource, which ...

Twitter Updates To Ease Certain Restrictions And Limits

Longer Tweets are finally coming! Maybe. At some point. It is the company’s single most requested feature: an easing of the tight, 140-character restriction on Tweet length. And although the company has ...

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