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Snapchat, Whisper Promise Privacy but Fail (Miserably) to Deliver

cio.com — Social media apps that promise ephemeral communications or true anonymity frequently fail to live up to all meaningful expectations. User locations are tracked without permission. "Disappearing" photos and messages are hacked in massive numbers. Users who thought they were communicating anonymously are discovered and linked to their real identities.
Oct 22, 2014

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Oct 22, 2014

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Oct 22, 2014

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Employees Excited, Concerned About Wearables in the Workplace

cio.com — PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), a professional services network, this week released a lengthy report on wearable technology. Though the research focused largely on future consumer uses of wearables, it also touched on a number of enterprise-related topics.
Oct 22, 2014

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Oct 22, 2014

New @PwC_LLP report: workers see value in enterprise wearable tech but worry about security, privacy, tech dependence cio.com/article/283687…

Oct 22, 2014

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PCI Compliance Under Scrutiny Following Big Data Breaches

cio.com — As details filter out about the Home Depot hack (and many, many more data breaches), you can't help but ask: How did this happen - especially when the company was supposed to adhere to specific safety regulations or else lose its capability to process credit card transactions?

Google Adds 5 New 'Glass at Work' Partners

cio.com — Last June, Google announced its first set of "Glass at Work" partners, or companies "authorized by Glass at Work for delivering enterprise solutions for Glass." (Find more details on those five companies here.) Yesterday, five months after the first batch of partners was announced, Google graced five more companies with the official Glass at Work title.

My First Day With Apple Pay (Mostly) a Success

cio.com — At the Sept. 9 unveiling of Apple Pay, CEO Tim Cook said the contactless payment technology "will forever change the way all of us buy things." I tried out Apple Pay on Monday, its first day of availability, and while we're not quite at Cook's "forever" stage yet, the process was a smooth one - with one exception.