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Security 101: Less painfull than identity theft

1 March, 2012 Leave a comment

Twitter phisher?

One of the better commodities that hackers treasure is your authentication details. Your username and passsword is worth a lot in the black market. We all know the basic rules around passwords, having a strong password with numbers and characters, changing it regularly, etc. But what we neglect to do is to have multiple passwords, it is just too difficult to remember. Read more…

Will social media replace news media

16 February, 2012 Leave a comment
Social news media

Explosive growth of social news media

Just about every online news outlet embraced social media extensively, making it possible for readers to comment on news stories using their social media, especially Facebook, logons. This also enables the readers to post interesing articles to their social stream, creating another area of commenting on articles, but ultimetaly expanding the news network’s reach. Read more…

The convergence of ECM, big data, social and the cloud

18 July, 2011 1 comment

Enterprise content management is probably one of the most needed technologies that never really took off. Even in large organisations with a definite and well-defined content management policy, there is still a lot of manual content managed by employees on their computers. Content is still send through email and stored in various repositories across the organisation. Read more…