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Microsoft acquires cloud file-migration specialist Mover

Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is acquiring Mover, a cloud file-migration provider, for an undisclosed amount. Microsoft plans to leverage Mover’s technology to help customers migrate their files to Microsoft 365, its bundle of Windows, Office 365, and Intune, officials said in announcing the deal on Oct. 21.  Microsoft already has a few tools aimed at helping users migrate their files to… Read more →

NordVPN confirms data center breach

NordVPN, providers of a widely used virtual private network (VPN) service, confirmed a breach of one its data centers in March 2018. The company said an attacker gained access to a server at a data center in Finland by exploiting an insecure remote management system left by the data center provider, a system NordVPN said they never knew existed.  “The… Read more →

Oracle: What is customer experience (and why you should care)

Oracle: Why customer experience is important Oracle’s top marketing leader for customer experience explains why this topic is important, the challenges in making customers happy, and what you can do about it. Customer experience is rapidly becoming a crucial topic in modern business. As evidence of this growing importance, my CxOTalk conversations with the world’s top business leaders are increasingly… Read more →

Orioco dual bay hard drive enclosure hands on: Better than a USB drive for storage access or cloning

HP EliteBook 830 G6 review: Compact and solid, with good security and battery life Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/product/orioco-6239u3-hard-drive-dock/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Orioco dual bay hard drive enclosure hands on: Better than a USB drive for storage access or cloninghttps://www.zdnet.com/product/orioco-6239u3-hard-drive-dock/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttps://zdnet3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/zdnetcore/images/logos/zdnet-144×144.png

First look: Surface Pro 7 follows a familiar path

If you’ve used a Surface Pro in the past four years, the only change you’ll notice is the USB Type-C port on the right side. Don’t mess with success. That’s clearly the driving principle of Microsoft’s hardware engineers when it comes to the Surface Pro line. The Surface Pro 7, which goes on sale today, is the latest iteration in… Read more →

Open database leaked 179GB in customer, US government, and military records

Govt officials confirm Trump can block US companies from operating in China The US president has not made an order as yet, only requesting for US companies to move out of China. An open database exposing records containing the sensitive data of hotel customers as well as US military personnel and officials has been disclosed by researchers.  On Monday, vpnMentor’s… Read more →

CRM Watchlist Winners 2019: Once Again, Pegasystems

So Far, So Good…Continued Now six are done and seven to go. While my intentions have been to group the remainder in twos and threes, once again, here, in the interests of time and length, I’m going to group them in ones. So, this post will be on Pegasystems and the next one on bpm’online rather than my original plan… Read more →

Drones that weave through workers in factories

Collaborative robotics has transformed the modern economy, enabling lightning fast shipping and increasing productivity in a variety of manufacturing sectors. But what happens when the robots working alongside humans happen to be drones whizzing through the air at perilous speeds? It’s a future that’s not far off. Drones would have tremendous utility in a number of settings, from ferrying packages… Read more →

Russian APT Turla targets 35 countries on the back of Iranian infrastructure

While others grab the headlines, Russia’s elite hacking team has been busy While APT28 was making fun of the DNC through Western media, Turla APT remained active and hacking in the shadows. Read more: https://zd.net/2OA9iUQ Dozens of countries have become embroiled in a state-backed spat between Russian and Iranian hacking groups, security agencies have warned.  On Monday, the UK’s National… Read more →

Good news for developers: The CLI is back

Developer: How AI is being used to help you code smarter Developers who build machine-learning applications are themselves getting coding suggestions generated by AI. Back when I started writing code, everything was done in the command line. You configured systems with the command line, wrote scripts in vi and emacs and ed, building your own library of commands that simplified… Read more →

Google to roll out update ‘in the coming’ months to fix Pixel 4 Face Unlock bypass

CNET Best Phones for 2019 Our editors hand-picked these products based on our tests and reviews. Read More Google told ZDNet today that it plans to roll out an update “in the coming months” to address an issue in the Pixel 4’s Face Unlock mechanism. The issue was discovered last week by a BBC reporter testing the soon-to-be-launched Google Pixel… Read more →

Chinese national sentenced for trying to smuggle military tech from US to China

​Australian woman arrested over AU$450,000 Ripple theft The woman allegedly ‘stole’ 100,000 units of the cryptocurrency. A Chinese national has been sentenced for attempting to smuggle military and space-grade technology from the United States to China without a license.  On Friday, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) said that Tao Li will spend 40 months in prison, followed by three… Read more →