Data security has become a top concern for CIOs
...quot;cropped" sensor. Because this type of sensor has a smaller surface area, recorded images appear cut off around the edges when compared with...
...for two to three years before stepping aside for Elop. On the surface, it seems like an odd move. However, in this case, a two...
The American Lawyer's 18th annual survey of law firm technology finds data security has become a top concern for law firm technology chiefs
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
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... On September 23, I attended Microsoft Corp.’s Surface 2 launch event in New York City, and came back with a...
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