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FedEx Still Reeling from June TNT Cyberattack

It’s likely a cyber-attack on FedEx’s Europe-based TNT Express unit in June will have a material impact on financial results, the company said Monday. TNT Express is still feeling effects of Petya, an information technology virus that was spread to TNT and other companies through a Ukrainian tax software product, ... Read More »

Google Revives Glass with Enterprise Edition 2.0

Remember Google Glass, the computer-enabled eyewear that gave rise to terms like “glassholes” and inspired anti-surveillance startups like Cyborg Unplug? Well, after a hiatus of more than two years, Google’s wearable is back in the public eye as an updated technology designed exclusively for use in the workplace. This time ... Read More »

Facebook To Expand New Mexico Data Center

Facebook’s plans for New Mexico now call for a half-billion-dollar investment and a data center that will span an area equal to 17 football fields. Gov. Susana Martinez’s office announced early Tuesday that the social media giant will be doubling its investment in the state with the planned expansion of ... Read More »

IBM Z Mainframe Brings Encryption Super Powers

Aimed at enterprise customers facing increasing threats of data breaches, the new IBM Z mainframe features “breakthrough” encryption capabilities that can secure information in any cloud application or database at all times, the company said today. The IBM Z (pictured above), which can handle more than 12 billion encrypted transactions ... Read More »

U.S. Revamping Independent Military Cybercommand

After months of delay, the Trump administration is finalizing plans to revamp the nation’s military command for defensive and offensive cyber operations in hopes of intensifying America’s ability to wage cyberwar against the Islamic State group and other foes, according to U.S. officials. Under the plans, U.S. Cyber Command would ... Read More »

Intel Makes Big Data Center News with Xeon Scalable

Designed for today’s rapidly evolving business technology world, Intel’s new Xeon Scalable processors represent the “biggest data center advancement in a decade,” the company said this week. The Xeon Scalable chips (pictured above) launched Tuesday are aimed at data centers and network service providers supporting a wide range of cutting-edge ... Read More »