Georgia Prison CIO Gives Google Cloud Credit for Saving Millions

Georgia’s Department of Community Supervision has gone virtual via Google Apps and Chromebooks. With staff increases and with significant amounts of time outside of their offices, The State of Georgia was looking for a more economical and cost-efficient solution to…

Mobile Malware to Lead Security Concerns in 2014

As the tech industry has shifted to become more mobile in recent years, cybercrime has also quickly adjusted to the times. McAfee Labs is now predicting that mobile exploits will be where the most growth of the security industry will…

Samsung Launches Consumer Version of KNOX

In addition to its household appliance and smartphone announcements during its IFA presentation, Samsung also focused a bit on software. Of particular note is that the Korean company has now launched a consumer version of its KNOX security software. The…

Samsung Expanding its Enterprise Solutions Business

As Samsung continues to increase its share of the global mobile phone market (and the Android smartphone market in particular), it is also continuing to expand its business into other areas of the worldwide tech segment. Today, rumors have surfaced…

HP Releases Cyber Security Risk Report, Organizes Its Security Research

Though the focus of the tech press this week will certainly be on the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, security researchers are having their own RSA conference this week in San Francisco. HP has managed to find itself at both…

HP Beefs Up Its Enterprise Security Solutions

Amid the spectre of job cuts and huge losses, HP seems to be reinventing itself. As many aging hardware manufacturers have, the company is beginning to restructure its business and focus its efforts on providing quality B2B enterprise solutions. Hewlett-Packard…