On Monday, Google Canada launched the Google Play Music service in Canada. Previously available south of the border, Google finally added one more piece to the whole Android multimedia experience for those of
It’s getting so you just can’t trust hackers any more. According to Computerworld U.S., security experts doubt the validity of a hacker claim that there’s a new vulnerability in the patched, post-Heartbleed version of
The world continues to recover from the revelation of the Heartbleed vulnerability in many versions of OpenSSL, with Web sites, vendors and organizations scouring their systems for the problem. According to ComputerWorld U.S., by
Published on: April 21st, 2014 Howard Solomon @itworldca
The Heartbleed fallout continues, but enterprise customers can draw some comfort from the fact that the companies that keep them in software are clearly as concerned as they are. For example, Oracle Corp.
IT leaders are missing the real point of the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, says Evan Schuman in a Computerworld.com column. "Viewed properly, Heartbleed is a gift to IT: an urgent wake-up call to fundamental