IT

During the course of a normal business day, Gregg Feinerman likes to send out Twitter updates. He's just like tens of millions of folks around the country. But there's a difference: Feinerman is a Lasik eye surgeon. "All the people working in our office are doing it,...

How would you measure up if a consultant came in to test your company for "data leaks?" Are you sure you would pass with flying colors? Would you be embarrassed? Security consultancy Networks Unlimited gave a reporter permission to follow along as it conducted a data...

Cloud computing is spreading through the IT world like wildfire, with innovative start-ups and established vendors alike clamoring for customer attention. Generally speaking, cloud providers fall into three categories: software-as-a-service providers; infrastructure-as-a-service vendors that offer Web-based access to storage and computing power; and platform-as-a-service vendors that...

SO far, San Diego remains a fertile breeding ground for entrepreneurs, despite the problems in the broader economy. Connect, a nonprofit organization led by Duane Roth, right, helped husband and wife Rolf Muller and Judy Muller-Cohn obtain a $1 million investment to start Biomatrica, their business That...

Some highlights from the Association of Information and Image Management (AIIM) report, “E-mail Management: The good, the bad and the ugly.” The report analyzed a survey conducted earlier in the spring on e-mail management practices and beliefs. ...

A good password can mean the difference between identity safety and identity theft. Unfortunately, too many otherwise intelligent people rely on ridiculously weak passwords, the kind that make hackers rub their hands with glee....