Yahoo-owned blogging platform Tumblr announced earlier this month that a 2013 data breach had revealed user email addresses and passwords, but did not disclose how many users the breach impacted. Read More
This week’s column features Dropbox, Oracle and Google. Read More
Negligent or untrained employees are responsible for a staggering number of data breaches. Read More
Welcome to Penton Technology Newsmakers, a recurring monthly series focused on bringing you informative one-on-one interviews with industry experts. Read More
Last night The WHIR hosted its first event in New York in 5 years, and we were so glad to be back to host a dynamic crowd of attendees. Read More
The WHIR has gathered the top three domain stories you need to know. Have a story to add? Please share in the comments.
The WHIR is coming to New York this week for a networking event that brings together the hosting and cloud communities. Read More
Nineteen million households in the US have been personally impacted by an online security breach or identity theft. Read More
As we head into the weekend there’s that nagging feeling that you may have missed something. Fear not; we got you. Here are the top five tech headlines as we head towards the weekend. Read More
WordPress parent company Automattic bought the rights to the new gTLD .blog last year for $19 million, beating Google and a handful of other companies in the auction. Read More
Japanese telecom SoftBank and Alibaba announced a partnership on Friday to launch cloud computing services in Japan based on Alibaba Cloud.
A new survey by Microsoft and 451 Research suggests that customers are fiercely loyal to their primary service provider. Read More
Workspace as a service platform CloudJumper launched on Monday with its hosted workspace offering, CloudJumper nWorkSpace. Read More
The US House of Representatives passed an update to the email privacy act last week in an unanimous vote of 419-0. Read More