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G Suite Rebranded as Google Workspace

Google has announced the rebranding of G Suite as Google Workspace. Google Cloud officials said the Workspace environment will create a new user experience that integrates meetings, docs, messaging and tasks, in a bid to help remote workers and students operate in a more productive, secure and colla...

Human Knowledge to Escape Earth’s Boundaries

SpaceChain has entered a partnership with the Arch Mission Foundation to use open source technology to launch an ambitious project involving the storage of large data sets in spacecraft and on other planets. Arch Mission will load large quantities of data onto SpaceChain's satellite vehicles with th...

AI-Based Customer Data Platform Supports ABM Operations

Lattice Engines, a provider of account-based marketing tools driven by AI, has announced the launch of Lattice Atlas, positioning it as the first customer data platform for ABM. The new platform synchronizes all customer data across a single, integrated view, making it easier for customers to see th...

Researchers Create Hack to Unlock Millions of Hotel Room Doors

A flaw in certain electronic hotel door locks could allow hackers to access guest rooms and other secure locations at millions of properties around the world, F-Secure researchers have discovered. Software updates were issued to fix the flaw in the smart locks after F-Secure notified and worked with...

Amazon’s Latest Delivery Scheme Involves Handing Over Your Car Keys

Amazon has added a new option to its Amazon Key service for Prime members: in-car delivery, which allows drivers to place packages inside a locked trunk or elsewhere in a car that is parked in a publicly accessible area. The Amazon Key In-Car delivery service is available at no extra charge to milli...

Google Puts a Lid on Mysterious ‘Self-Spamming’

Users of Google's Gmail have been receiving spam that appears to have been sent from their own accounts. Google said it was aware of a spam campaign impacting a "small subset of Gmail users" and was taking measures to protect against it. The attackers used forged email headers to make it appear that...

Honesty Proves Best Policy for Closing B2B Deals: Study

Vendors have a better shot at closing deals for large-scale B2B software purchases when they are upfront and honest about the quality of their products, a new study suggests. There is a bit of a trust gap between what is promised in negotiations for these deals and what actually is provided, indicat...

Hybrid Messaging Key to Upselling Success: Report

Companies that aim to upsell their existing customers should develop a hybrid message that reinforces their existing relationships while providing an incentive to break the status quo, suggests a new study. Corporate Visions previously has commissioned studies on how to shake prospective customers' ...

Facebook Rolls Out European-Style Privacy Protections

Facebook has unveiled a comprehensive series of privacy enhancements designed to extend protections required by Europe's GDPR to all of the social media company's users around the world. The updates, which include major changes to the company's terms and data policies, fulfill promises CEO Mark Zuck...

Demandbase Debuts ABM Analytics for Optimal Marketing Performance

Demandbase officially announced ABM Analytics during its annual ABM Innovation Summit. The new tech, part of the company's account-based marketing platform, leverages its account identification technology to help marketers analyze performance from advertising to pipeline and revenue figures. "AI giv...

McAfee’s Upgraded Cloud Security Protects Containers

McAfee has introduced its Cloud Workload Security v5.1, which represents the first solution for open source containers. McAfee CWS v5.1 secures Docker workload and servers in public and private cloud environments by quarantining infected workloads and containers in a single click. "McAfee Cloud Work...

Lawmakers Lean In on Facebook

Following two days of often contentious exchanges between members of Congress and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the focus in Washington and Silicon Valley has shifted from how Facebook plans to change its data practices to how to implement some of those plans. The company already has taken steps to ...

House Critics Grill Zuckerberg Over Political Bias, Privacy

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday endured a second day of congressional criticism during a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee. His appearance followed an intense session with the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committees a day earlier. Some members of the House committee quest...

Zuckerberg Bobs, Weaves at Senate Hearing

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conceded that the company failed to inform the FTC that Cambridge Analytica had gained improper access to personal data belonging to millions of Facebook members, despite its 2011 settlement with the commission over earlier complaints of unauthorized data sharing. Zucke...

Open-Sourced Windows File Manager Gets New Life on Windows 10

Microsoft has rummaged deep into its archive for its latest contribution to the open source community: Windows File Manager. Originally bundled with Windows in 1990, File Manager was a replacement for the command-line interface in MS-DOS. The program was used to search, open, copy and delete files u...

Mysterious Disappearance of Zuck Posts Rings Another Facebook Alarm Bell

Facebook reportedly allowed CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other senior executives to delete messages from recipients' inboxes and chat threads, but it did not disclose the practice or offer the same capabilities to users. Facebook began using the tool after the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures as a means of pro...

Valve Soothes SteamOS Fans After Yanking Steam Machines

Valve has been working to reassure members of its community that it has not yet thrown in the towel on SteamOS and Linux gaming systems that have been hampered over the years due to performance issues, soaring sales on mainstream rival platforms, and generally weak demand. Valve recently withdrew St...

No Cure for Cyber Insecurity?

An alarming number of major U.S. retailers, industrial firms, government agencies and other organizations have been hit in a recent wave of cyberbreaches that may signal increasing vulnerability for consumers and businesses alike. Cyberthieves have used a variety of methods to infiltrate corporate c...

Many Small Businesses Take DIY Path to Mobile Apps

Nearly half of all the small businesses that participated in a recent survey said they handled their mobile application development in house, in part to cut costs and speed time to deployment. Forty-six percent used in-house staff to develop critical mobile applications in an effort to drive new bus...

3 Injured in YouTube HQ Shooting, Female Suspect Dead

A female suspect is dead and at least three people were wounded in a mass shooting incident Tuesday at YouTube headquarters in California. Hundreds of company employees fled the chaotic scene. San Bruno police swarmed the YouTube offices after receiving numerous emergency calls reporting shots fired...

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