Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Working Together In "War Rooms" Doubles Teams' Productivity, University Of Michigan Researchers Find

Teams of workers that labored together for several months in specially designed "war rooms" were twice as productive as their counterparts working in traditional office arrangements, a study by University of Michigan researchers has found.


Thursday, 9 October 2014

Adobe spies on readers

Adobe spies on readers: 'EVERY page you turn, EVERY book you own' leaked back to base

App sends data over the net unencrypted

Updated Adobe's Digital Editions 4 ebook reader software collects detailed information about the reading habits of its users – and sends it back to the company in a format that's easy for others to slurp.
An investigation by Nate Hoffelder of The Digital Reader blog showed that ADE 4 was collecting telemetry on which pages of ebooks were being read, and in which order. This included the title, publisher, and other metadata, which was then sent to the company's mothership – a server called adelogs, no less – in plain text over the internet.

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Honeypot for business

How to set up a cybersecurity honeypot for your business

Large enterprises can use honeypots as a means to detect and monitor any attempts at illegitimate access to sensitive data and including some helpful tips for making honeypot projects successful
- See more at: http://www.information-age.com/technology/security/123458520/how-set-cybersecurity-honeypot-your-business