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NBN. Three letters so disliked even my own laptop keys are beginning to protest the frequency of their use, sticking under the weight of my tired, tired hands.
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We all know about zero-day attacks. But what about when the zero-day attack is in the form of a subpoena or other legal notice regarding the data in your CRM system? Don’t panic.
A funny thing happened on the road to capturing everything: Hardware failed to keep up, and social media made it redundant.
To every thing there is a season, and for some technologies the time to die is almost upon us.
Google transforms its everything-for-everyone social network into a site that does one thing really well -- connecting supernerds.
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