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Cold War methods give TokenOne the authentication edge: CTO

Sydney-based security firm TokenOne claims its patented authentication technology is one-of-a-kind and is unique in the way it operates, giving the company a market advantage since it has no like rivals.

Necurs botnet now grabs telemetry data on Windows systems

The Necurs email botnet has made a return and, apart from spreading new variants of the Locky ransomware and the Trickybot trojan, also has new functionality that gathers telemetry data from the Windows desktop of its victims.

SAS striving to automate distributed analytics

Certain workloads need to stay on premises for a variety of reasons such as regulatory restrictions on where the data is stored. In other situations, the cost advantages of public cloud may prevail. So most organisations are going to have a hybrid approach to IT. But how are they going to analyse data spread across multiple locations?

BlackBerry extends endpoint security to 'Enterprise of Things'

Research commissioned by BlackBerry and carried out by 451 Research has found that security is a high priority for enterprise IoT deployment.

Dropbox drops in Dropbox Professional, Showcase and Smart Sync

Dropbox Professional delivers "business-grade" tools to individual users, with Dropbox Showcase delivering tools to share content professionally and measure engagement, with Smart Sync yet another new tool.

Details emerge about 2013 Microsoft vulnerability database hack

More than four years after Microsoft's internal bug-tracking database was hacked, details have emerged about the incident, only the second known break-in of such a database, via five ex-workers.

OVH: how to choose your data centre SSDs and NVMes wisely

French-owned global cloud computing company, OVH, has been in the news several times this year, from buying VMWare's vCloud Air business, to supporting start-ups, issuing an SSD and NVMe white paper and even holding its 2017 Cloud Summit as I type.

Win big: Brother turns 40th, gives resellers chance at major rewards

Your favourite tech reseller is presumably set to let you know about Brother's range of products as the company offers resellers a chance at winning adrenaline-pumping thrilling rewards.

Reckon selects TidyStock for SMB inventory management

Australian cloud accounting provider Reckon has inked a deal with Tidy International to integrate its cloud-based stock and inventory management system, TidyStock, into Reckon One.

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