Microsoft Greenlights Gag Order Lawsuit
Citing free speech, Microsoft and Google proceed with lawsuits against government to allow the companies to publicly divulge more information about FISA requests for user data.
Stop Cyberbullying: 5 Tips
Cyberbullying victims face harassment long after the school day ends. Here's how to protect students from online tormentors.
HIMSS: Extend MU Stage 2 Deadline
Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society joins growing chorus urging the government to give healthcare providers more time to comply with Meaningful Use Stage 2 regulations.
Death By A Million Regulations
It is long past time to assess the consequences of the endless laws, codes, rules, licenses and guidelines governing just about every human activity.
10 Apps Blocked By Enterprises
Commonly blacklisted and whitelisted iOS and Android apps include DropBox, Netflix and Angry Birds. Why aren't more companies blacklisting mobile device apps?
The Trouble With Smartphone Kill Switches
To fight smartphone theft, public officials tell smartphone makers to add remote-deactivation, tracking and recovery features. But manufacturers may not do the job right.
Texas Doubles Down On Tough Breach Law
Everything is bigger in the Lone Star State -- even the state's breach notice requirements, which, constitutional or not, may impact companies nationwide. Here's what IT teams need to know.
DOD Launches Wire Service For Employees
News aggregator milWire scours Internet for info relevant to Department of Defense employees, joins other tools including a YouTube-like service on DOD-only website.
IT Vs. Marketing? Not At TheLadders
While tech industry execs debate rising tension between IT and marketing pros, careers website TheLadders has avoided that struggle and rapidly evolved.