Biggest Risk of Data Theft – Your Employees or Hackers?
Kexue Huang worked for two different U.S. companies. Between 2007 and 2010, he sold proprietary data from both of his workplaces to competitors operating in Germany and China. By the end of the process, both companies lost between $7 and $20 million in revenue because of the breach. Huang was sentenced to 87 months in… (13 comments)

How To Use Your USB Flash Drive as RAM?
Technology, the only thing which gets outdated every day! πŸ˜‰ Just few moments later your purchase, a newer version of your purchased product arrives! πŸ™ But all are not that rich to always keep buying the newer version, and also that is not prudent. But once your technology get actually older, then it’s surely the… (32 comments)

How Dropbox Can Find Your Stolen Computer
About Dropbox Dropbox is a file hosting service that is operated by Dropbox, inc. and it provides the amenities of cloud storage space, folder organization and customer software. This service permits users to make a particular folder on each of their computers, which is then synchronized by Dropbox, and that folder becomes the same folder… (27 comments)

3 Ways to Protect Enterprise Data From USB Drives
The Department of Defense banned the use of USB flash drives a couple of years ago because the organization recognized the security threats that the devices represented. The DOD created a number of campaign posters, provided briefings, taped over USB ports and initiated a required USB device policy quiz before personnel were allowed to create… (5 comments)

Steve Jobs Before Apple
Steve Jobs is a name well known to all as Co-Founder, Chairman and CEO of Apple Inc. Anyhow he was neither born rich nor was gifted with a smooth family background. His success story is undoubtedly the most inspiring one in the history of entrepreneurship. Although he is no more (died 5th October 2011), his… (9 comments)