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  • Co.Exist

    Look quick, before a drone comes to deliver the pink slip. In their book Race Against the Machine , economists Andrew McAfee and Erik Brynjolfsson describe a world where man is gradually losing out to robots and advanced computing. Starting in the year 2000, rising economic growth and productivity no longer produced new jobs as they had previously. New sorts of jobs--particularly the lower-skill...


    26/03/2014
  • TechRadar

    Intel-owned security firm McAfee has released a free tool to check if websites are still vulnerable to the catastrophic Heartbleed bug found recently. The simple tool allows web users to type in a URL or IP address to see if the vulnerable version of OpenSSL is still being used. This overcomes the issue of users not knowing if they should update passwords, due to lack of communication from many...


    14/04/2014
  • PCR: Stream

    Distributor Tech Data has added Sage’s lsmall business accounting and payroll software to its online digital software service TD Activate-here. The service lets SMB resellers, etailers and retailers offer their customers a choice of software downloads, including products from the likes of Microsoft, Adobe, Symantec, McAfee, F-Secure and IRIS. Retailers are also making use of the system to provide...


    09/04/2014

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      IT PRO - Today

      Title: McAfee Description: Alt Text: McAfee Intel has announced that its McAfee Mobile Security app is now available for free on the Android platform, as the firm continues to focus on end-to-end protection. “Following our CES announcement, [we’re] making our mobile security software efforts available free. They are available via App Stores and some of our resellers,” Renee James, president at...


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      ITProPortal

      Security expert Raj Samani of McAfee tells us what the main threats are to Internet users, and how you can protect yourself, as well as why Al Capone would love virtual currencies like Bitcoin. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/02/10/are-virtual-currencies-fuelling-the-rise-of-ransomware/


      10/02/2014
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