Featured Articles

  1. Cisco Expands Boundaries With Acquisition Of ContainerX

    Move marks Cisco’s first acquisition into the rapidly emerging container market. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  2. Study Finds Federal Agencies Using Big Data To Fight Cybersecurity Breaches

    While 90 percent report a decline in breaches, 59 percent say inability to fully analyze data is at fault. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  3. Small-Scale Data Breaches Get New Focus From Feds

    Almost exclusively, the news around healthcare data breaches focuses on mass — only the biggest and most broadly impactful violations receive much attention. According to an Information Management article, this might all soon be changing thanks to new action from the HHS Office for Civil Rights and its enforcement of rules surrounding HIPAA.

  4. California School District Embraces Wearable Tech To Connect Their Students

    Wearable tech will have a tremendous impact on the education of the future. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  5. New York State Education Department Appoints First Privacy Officer To Secure Student Data

    New role emphasizes the challenges of protecting confidential student information. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  6. Managed Services And Video Surveillance News

    CompTIA Study Highlights IoT Opportunities, ConnectWise To Provide Microsoft Azure Support, Sophos Introduces Cross-Platform Always-On File Encryption, Genetec Unveils New VMS Version, and StorageCraft To Launch Cloud Data Protection Solution.

  7. POS, Payment Processing, And Data Collection News

    Seiko Introduces New Mobile Printer Line, Datalogic Announces New Multipurpose Retail Device, Zebra Unveils New Wearables Line, Vantiv Launches New Developer Resources, Creditcall, Elavon Address Unattended EMV, and Touch Dynamic Announces The Quest II Tablet.

  8. Adaptive Security Extended End-To-End

    Industry’s first end-to-end adaptive security technology proves to be disruptive. By Christine Kern, contributing writer

  9. Your Customers Are Telling You What They Want But You're Not Listening

    How well do you really know your customers? It’s a question businesses need to be asking themselves more and more because, even if you feel you know your customers well, there’s always more work to be done. By Rick Delgado, contributing writer

  10. Scorecard Evaluates Civil Rights Safeguards Of Police Body Camera Programs

    Results demonstrate a “nationwide failure” to protect civil rights. By Christine Kern, contributing writer