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Infographic: These mobile phone behaviors annoy co-workers

A full 87 percent of U.S. employees said that they are annoyed by their fellow workers mobile phone behaviors, according to a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Jive Software.

The reality of digital espionage and defending against it

The New York Times has an article that talked about the reality of digital espionage and spying conducted against companies and government officials in the United States. As was widely reported late

Google boosts account security for Google Apps Premium

Users of Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Apps Premium, as well as the Education and Government editions of Google Apps can now make use of two-factor authentication for increased security. The optional

ID theft climbs 12 percent in '09

Identity fraud hit more than 11 million adults in the United States last year--a 12 percent increase over the previous year. It came at a big price, too, according to the "2010 Identity Fraud Survey

Gartner: Electronics industry will recover in '10

Tired of hearing all the predictions about when the economy will recover? Here's one from Gartner that looks optimistic: Mobile phone and PC sales are ready to start leading the electronics industry

Get ready for cell phone spam

Anthony Melone, Verizon Wireless's chief technology officer, started getting complaints last March from customers about unsolicited text messages that were flooding the network. He and his Verizon

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Reducing the email productivity drain

It's too easy to become a slave to your email inbox, but doing so can dampen productivity and cost companies real money. A new study, in fact, finds that a typical worker gets 200 emails,

Using mobile technology for secure application delivery

The mobile phone might seem like an excellent way to deliver productivity applications but CIOs have traditionally been skeptical, citing security concerns. New technology in the form of biometric

A new data delivery stream via RSS

While a few smart companies are already using RSS feeds to push business data points such as customer details, account actions and other activity-driven information to mobile workers, two vendors