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Maybe the world needs the Pidgin of voice and video right now? Slack has added integrations with Microsoft Teams calls and Zoom. Integrating with Teams is true to form for Slack because despite the upstart offering native voice and video chats it’s already integrated with plenty of other video calling tools. And does so happily
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How to combat the threat and comply with GDPR Webcast Here’s something that you may not know, something the cloud companies are not keen to shout about too loudly. The recently enacted Clarifying Lawful Overseas Use of Data (CLOUD) Act in the US allows federal law enforcement to access electronic communications data stored on the
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Oh, oh no… oh God Intel and Broadcom were the lone beacons of success in an otherwise dismal semiconductor market last year, according to industry analysts at Omdia (formerly IHS Markit). While the semi industry as a whole shrunk by 11.7 per cent, revenue-wise, in 2019, Chipzilla expanded its cash intake by 1.3 per cent,
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About coronavirus or anything else Vietnam will fine people posting fake news on social media in an effort to crack down on the spread of both general misinformation and falsehoods about the novel coronavirus. The new law, which will come into effect on April 15, will fine people who post or share fake news online
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Samsung is offering extended warranty to all customers in India whose warranty expires during the coronavirus lockdown. The company extends the warranty for all those affected to May 31, 2020. India is under a 21-day complete lockdown to prevent further spread of coronavirus. All non-essential shops are closed, and all businesses are mandated to work
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Feeling secure? Sucker Analysis The FBI has not followed internal rules when applying to spy on US citizens for at least five years, according to an extraordinary report [PDF] by the Department of Justice’s inspector general. The failure to follow so-called Woods Procedures, designed to make sure the FBI’s submissions for secret spying are correct,
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Two year campaign observed by Guardicore A malware gang is targeting Microsoft SQL servers with such precision that they’re disabling rival gangs’ software nasties in their quest to steal control of servers from their rightful owners. Israeli infosec outfit Guardicore Labs dubbed the attack group Vollgar, saying it had been operating “under the radar for
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