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The Target, Inc. data hack, the Heartbleed Bug---these and other security breaches serve as stark reminders for businesses of the very real risks of doing busin…
Oct 31 2014 - 1:11pm
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Gene De Libero  Good thought, Bill. In today's "bottom-line" focused economy, the productivity and innovation seem to be outweighing bas… more »
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This week, it Home Depot's credit cards. A few weeks ago, it's Target's. Is any of your financial information safe?
Oct 31 2014 - 4:06pm
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John Dodge  I think what the merchant thinks is good is no more credit card fees, hence what CVS and Rite Aid are after with Current… more »
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We're changing gears this week and exploring BYOD and mobility in Thursday's chat. That's because I noticed two headlines at CIO.com: "Mobile workers: 'I want m…
Oct 31 2014 - 4:03pm
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John Dodge  Blackberry stands alone in that regard and has paid a big price. more »
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Our #CIOchat yesterday looked at security through the lens of recent credit card hacks via payment systems.…
Oct 31 2014 - 3:54pm
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John Dodge  Faulty people? I've heard of Fawlty Towers, but not faulty people. Do you mean bumbling idiots (like on Fawlty Towers) w… more »
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