Search

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Finders, peekers: Lost phones are irresistible

Windows 8 fails the 'dad test' | Quickoffice gets enterprise makeover

Today's InfoWorld Headlines: Wrap Up

Forward this to a Friend >>>


Finders, peekers: Lost phones are irresistible
Symantec intentionally 'lost' 50 mobile phones and found people can't resist prying. But two simple security measures can protect business data. Read More


RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: Amazon Web Services

Why Run Windows Server Apps on AWS?
Top 5 Reasons: 1. No New Hardware, 2. Get Started in Minutes, 3. Use Your .NET Skills in the AWS Cloud, 4. On-Demand Test Environments, and 5. Use your Existing Microsoft Licenses. Learn more with on-demand webinar. Watch now!

Windows 8 fails the 'dad test'
A couple of YouTube videos show 'normal' Windows users tackling Windows 8 for the first time. The results are sobering. Read More

Quickoffice gets enterprise makeover
Aimed at business users, the app has two new features: native iOS file encryption and support for iOS native email. Read More


RESOURCE COMPLIMENTS OF: CloudPassage

CloudPassage
If you thought that public cloud providers protect your cloud servers from harmful intrusions and other security threats - think again. The burden of securing your cloud servers typically rests with you. Register today to secure 25 cloud servers for free with the award-winning CloudPassage Halo.

What tech skills gap? Train your workers
Once management and HR grasp the important of closing the IT skills gap, they should consider training existing staff as a less-expensive alternative to hiring new employees or outsourcing. Read More

GroupLogic aims at Dropbox with enterprise file-sharing app
The application, called activEcho, is designed to allow employees to securely share and sync files across devices such as an iPad, iPhone, and Windows laptops. Read More




Do You Tweet?
Follow everything from InfoWorld.com on Twitter @infoworld.

You are currently subscribed to infoworld_todays_headlines_wrap_up as TALHASAEED@gmail.com.

Unsubscribe from this newsletter | Manage your subscriptions | Subscribe | Privacy Policy

If you are interested in advertising in this newsletter, please contact: sean_weglage@infoworld.com

To contact InfoWorld, please send an e-mail to online@infoworld.com.

Copyright (C) 2011 InfoWorld Media Group, 501 Second St., San Francisco, CA 94107

** Please do not reply to this message. If you want to contact someone directly, send an e-mail to online@infoworld.com **


No comments: