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  • Supreme Court to Hear Microsoft Case on Emails, Customer Data Stored Overseas – WSJ

    Feb. 26, 2018 5:30 a.m. ET WASHINGTON—Technology companies will square off with law enforcement on Tuesday as the Supreme Court hears arguments on whether emails and other customer data stored overseas are subject to U.S. search warrants. The case is one of several legal battles on law-enforcement access to private online data, and it requires the justices to interpret a law that Congress wrote before email and cloud computing were part of everyday life. A federal appeals court, in a…

  • How to use your PC as cloud storage

    Today we will be discussing how to use your PC as cloud storage. Cloud storage is an online/virtual storage for files and folders.Cloud storage providers allow users to upload any size and type of computer file, only e-mail attachments usually have limitations. Over the years, many organizations have come up with their own solutions to Cloud Storage and Data Privacy. Although any remote storage is usable for file upload during backup, providers dedicated to “backup as a service” (BaaS) usually…

  • Don’t get caught by a phishing scam

    Every time you turn around it seems that some new scam is running rampant on the Internet. The best way to avoid these pitfalls and not fall victim to these schemes is to stay in the loop and always remain cautious. When you receive an email asking for any kind of personal information such as account numbers, Social Security numbers, or PIN numbers or passwords always be suspicious. It is very unlikely that your bank, credit card company or anyone…

  • Nutanix, IBM Aim To Provide Intel Alternative in the Cloud – Barron’s

    Shares of storage technology vendor Nutanix (NTNX) are down 69 cents, or 4%, at $16.25, a victim of today’s general sell-off in the broader market, but yesterday the news flow was happier, as the company announced a “multi-year partnership” with International Business Machines (IBM) to sell Nutanix’s software on top of “hyper-converged” computing devices from IBM. The products aren’t hear yet: further details are expected later this year with actual products vaguely promised before the year is out. The announcement was…

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