Saturday, March 3, 2012

Google launches privacy plan amid protests

Disabled Google Apps feature affecting admins, users | How new Mac OS X security measures will affect your AppleScripts

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Google launches privacy plan amid protests
Google contends that the new rules only make it easier for users to see what information the company has collected about them while they use Google's free services. Critics say the new privacy policy gives Google free rein to link that data in ways that threaten user privacy. Read More


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Disabled Google Apps feature affecting admins, users
Google Apps customers are finding it hard to delete and reactivate domains in their accounts, after Google unexpectedly disabled the automated mechanism for performing these tasks in mid-January. Read More

How new Mac OS X security measures will affect your AppleScripts
To the average user, the two new security technologies coming to OS X this year -- sandboxing and Gatekeeper -- should be virtually invisible. But they could be all too visible to more advanced users, particularly those who use AppleScript and Automator. Read More


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Microsoft wooing startups with free software, business advice
Those enrolled in Microsoft's BizSpark program said it has kept them away from developing for alternative platforms like open source and Amazon. Read More

Microsoft to offer government-only cloud option for Office 365
Microsoft will offer U.S. government agencies the option to host their Office 365 suites in a dedicated "cloud community" reserved only for government customers The new option is the latest effort targeting government agencies that sign up for Office 365. Read More

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