Last week at the Tennessee Higher Education Information Technology Summit CIO Tom Hoover spoke about the changing role of IT on campus at UTC and some of the challenges the university will face in the future. “Expectations are increasing, students want better services and for their professors to better utilize technology.” he said “We have to learn how to provide better service without increasing costs, because in the long run that’s not sustainable. What we are looking for is synergy.” Mr. Hoover went on to talk about plans for upgrading laser projectors in the classrooms while letting professors use their own devices to present from instead of utilizing podiums filled with redundant technology.
The vulnerability that Apple patched is still exploitable according to a security researcher.
You site needs to be mobile friendly or you will be penalized in Google’s search results.
If you’ve ever wondered why “crapware” exists.
The open source OS Cyanogen for Android devices will soon contain Microsoft’s Bing, OneNote, Skype, etc.
Google’s Chrome will begin blocking Java with version 42 (you still can re-enable it) and totally prevent it from functioning in version 45 (September 2015). We’re going to assume that Oracle will update the Java plugin.
Microsoft has released critical patches for Windows and Office. All users (including Macs) should check for updates. Adobe has also released patches for Flash Players.
A 14 year old with a glanced password gets jail time.
All iOS users (ipad,iphone) should update to the latest version for security updates.