Oculus’ DRM could have unintentionally helped VR piracy

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How Social Media Jeopardizes Data Security

Your employees may be revealing too much, here’s how to keep their posts from compromising your business. Source: How Social Media Jeopardizes Data Security Continue Reading →

New data center policy could be industry boon — Washington Technology

OMB’s new Data Center Optimization Initiative should drive more opportunities for energy monitoring, data integration, middleware and virtualization. Here is what an immixGroup ... Continue Reading →

Reddit Opens the Post-Sharing Floodgates With New Feature | Digital Trends

Reddit is following in the footsteps of other social media platforms by allowing its posts to be embedded on third-party websites. Source: Reddit Opens the Post-Sharing Floodgates With ... Continue Reading →

Microsoft has finally found a legal path to publishing Minecraft on Chinese PCs | Ars Technica

Long-awaited news serves as reminder of China’s resistance to Western software. Source: Microsoft has finally found a legal path to publishing Minecraft on Chinese PCs | Ars Technica Continue Reading →

Google dolls up its data centers with a mural project

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Machine learning examples crop up for data center management

After years of discussion, machine learning examples can be found in the realm of the data center to streamline management and operations. Source: Machine learning examples crop up ... Continue Reading →

ST Telemedia to Buy Majority Stake in Tata Communications’ India, Singapore Data-Center Business – WSJ

Singapore Technologies Telemedia has agreed to buy a majority stake in some of the data-center business owned by India’s Tata Communications, valuing the entire business at about ... Continue Reading →

Hackers selling 117 million LinkedIn passwords – May. 19, 2016

When LinkedIn was hacked in 2012, it thought only 6.5 million passwords were exposed. Turns out it’s 117 million customer passwords. Source: Hackers selling 117 million LinkedIn ... Continue Reading →

LightEdge plans fourth data center, signs IBM deal

LightEdge Solutions is looking a bit west for its next data center even as it expands in Altoona. Source: LightEdge plans fourth data center, signs IBM deal Continue Reading →
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