No-IP claims Microsoft doesn't appear to be very good at DNS
A variety of other sophisticated hacking campaigns used No-IP's infrastructure
The product is expected to be announced at VMworld in August
Previously, users granted edit rights by default to the colleagues with whom they shared folders
The consumer webmail and cloud storage services will now be protected with new encryption.
The company's new T2 instances offer the ability to increase performance as long as you have the credit
The HTC smartphone has the looks, but Samsung is hoping a svelte design and an abundance of sensors will be a winning recipe
Symantec says the Dragonfly campaign, originating in Eastern Europe, sought to gain persistent access to energy suppliers
The Mobile Application Framework works with a variety of development tools and languages
Google, Microsoft and Mozilla have all partnered with local vendors
The law paves the way for legal use of community currencies, bitcoin and other U.S. dollar alternatives
Lync Online and Exchange Online went down for hours in separate incidents earlier this week. Microsoft apologized.
A new beta version is now available for download
Thousands have been infected by malware masquerading as a legitimate banking application, Cheetah Mobile said
The California county started deploying Exchange in house, until it took a good look at Office 365