Posts tagged “Internet”
In today's update of technology news: DDOS attacks such as those affecting sites Friday are "vicious" says Channel Advisor founder Scot Wingo; IBM says Macs are cheaper than PCs; and do drivers really want autonomous cars?
You have to wonder why major stores, corporations, and Internet stalwarts keep getting hacked. A Tripwire study may point to the reason.
Have you run into one of those pop up tech support scams that sound a loud alarm and claim your computer is infected with a virus? A Microsoft survey says two out of three people have expenced a tech support scam in the last 12 months and nearly one in ten lost money.
Cisco continues its binge of acquisitions under CEO Chuck Robbins, buying collaborative software firm Worklife.
Netflix blew past analyst estimates to post earnings of 12 cents a share on revenue of $2.29 billion, double the 6 cents a share forecast on $2.28 billion, and added 370k000 subscribers in the U.S. despite a price hike. Netflix stock soared to a nearly 20 percent gain on the news.
Most, if not all readers of WRAL TechWire are probably what Accenture calls "Digital Super Users," who consult their computer or mobile device multiple times daily. The company says governments can learn what citizens of the future will value and expect by looking at the super users of today.
Turning a former tobacco town into the first gigabit Internet ecosystem in North Carolina - that's the evolution taking place right now in the city of Wilson. And WRAL TechWire is highlighting the transformation with its next Executive Exchange event with broadband expert Blair Levin delivering the keynote.
Analysis: At its recent Oracle OpenWorld conference, the tech giant concentrates on a full stack of cloud offerings while spending little time on traditional software and hardware. Technology Business Research concludes that the cloud is the key to future growth. Here's part two of her report, focusing on impact and opportunities.