Microsoft’s standalone app learns your behavior to help find and organize information that's relevant to you.
Citrix announced a slew of Sharefile improvements at its Citrix Synergy conference in Anaheim this week, including the ability to connect with personal Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, and OneDrive accounts.
Phishers typically use spam email to try and lure victims, but Kaspersky says the new trend is exploiting users' love of gadgets.
The browser vulnerability is just the first of many to come in the post-Microsoft support era.
The Spring 2014 Alert Logic Cloud Security Report reveals a rise in brute force and botneck attacks against cloud infrastructures and services.
For more than two decades now unsolicited email messages have clogged inboxes around the world. And we're still trying to stop the scourge.
Conditioning Twitter users that its OK to click on links to download apps could be exploited to distribute malware.
Everything's been hacked! Change all your passwords but not yet! Security experts cut through the Heartbleed hype.
Putting its productivity apps in the Chrome Web Store is Microsoft's latest move to make Office the suite for all platforms.
A password management service discovers that the Heartbleed bug can be used to target individual users.
HP's 2013 Cyber Risk Report found most security risks result from configuration errors rather than flaws in the application itself.
Security experts weigh in on the vulnerability of OpenSSL and whether the open source process needs more scrutiny.
Microsoft has released the final patches for Windows XP. Support is officially expired, and you’re on your own.
Technically, upgrading Windows XP to a newer OS is an option, but it doesn’t make any sense from a financial perspective.
What's the worst that could happen when Microsoft ends Windows XP support? Do you really want to find out?