We would like to thank everyone who came out to this months DROIDHACK 2 event. There was a great turn out, though some thought there would be presentations. We hope that next month, you all come back (laptops in hand!) … Continue reading
It will be happening on the 7th of May at the Code Factory. We’ve kinda been wanting to get some people together for some Android hacking and it’s been a bit tough doing any hacking at the monthly meet ups. … Continue reading
Welcome to another edition of Blogrotate. This has been a busy week in the IT world. Here are some of the most interesting highlights.
Without a doubt, the topic of the week is security. The revelation that China has been hacking into Google and over 30 other US companies sent shock waves through the IT World and beyond. There were a huge number of articles generated about this in the last week. Ironically, the best source for articles on this issue turned out to be Google’s own news aggregator: see China Google hack.
Despite these and other security scares that have appeared over the last few months, Help Net Security reports that only 27% of organizations use encryption. As the song says “When will we ever learn?”
Do you find the service at your data center to be below your expectations? If so, the source of the problem maybe that half of all data centers understaffed, Symantec survey finds as Jon Brodkin of Network World reports.
Cloud computing received a major boost this week because Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard have announced a new three-year $250 million effort aimed at helping businesses move toward cloud computing as reported by ArsTechnica
That’s it for this week in the wild, woolly world of IT. This week is a reminder that the Internet can still be a jungle at times so hey, let’s be careful out there. Thanks for reading. See you next week.