Monthly Archives: December 2011

NIST Releases New Guidelines to Protecting Your Computer’s BIOS

NIST Releases New Guidelines to Protecting Your Computer’s BIOS

December 21, 2011

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has just released a new draft computer security publication that provides guidance for vendors, as well as security professionals, while they work on protecting personal computers as they start up. Computer safety is becoming an increasing priority around the world as “hacktivist” groups like Anonymous are becoming ever more persistent in their hacking campaigns.

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U.K. Post Offices Plagued by Computer Glitch During Busiest Day of the Year

U.K. Post Offices Plagued by Computer Glitch During Busiest Day of the Year

December 12, 2011

Transactions at the postal services in the United Kingdom were affected today as issues in the Post Office network’s computer system caused problems on what is considered to be the busiest day of the year for U.K. postal services. The Royal Mail expected 131 million items to enter the postal system today and some transactions […]

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Cybercrime Expected to Rise in 2012

Cybercrime Expected to Rise in 2012

December 9, 2011

Unfortunately, issues involving cybercrime are only expected to increase in the coming year which is leading many technical support companies to advise users on how to be proactive and protect their PCs. These firms are developing new hacker protection plans designed to help protect your computer from these viral attacks. According to a Senior Product […]

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The Future of PaaS to be Featured at the 2011 UP Cloud Computing Conference

The Future of PaaS to be Featured at the 2011 UP Cloud Computing Conference

December 1, 2011

Cloudcor has just announced that CumuLogic, one of the leading providers of Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offerings, has just been named a Premier partner for UP 2011. UP 2011 is a hybrid format conference on cloud computing that runs from December 5th through December 9th at the Computer History Museum, located in Mountain View, California. The show is also broadcast globally on the internet as well.

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