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1. IBM workers banned from using USB sticks
Staff at IBM have been banned from using removable memory devices such as USB sticks, SD cards and flash drives.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2018
Editorial | BBC
Information Technology | Security | Digital Security
2. Microsoft: 200M now use Windows 10 in the enterprise
Microsoft on Tuesday said that some 200 million enterprise workers now run Windows 10, a sign that corporations and other businesses are close to schedule to scrub Windows 7 from their machines before that older OS retires in about 20 months, an analyst argued.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2018
News | Computerworld
Information Technology | Hardware | Networking | WAN | Microsoft | Windows 10
3. Can the government ban encryption?
Whenever the terrorist threat is increased, as it has been since the tragic events in Paris last week, so too are the calls from politicians to increase the powers of the people they employ to protect the public from such threats.
Origional Story Date :5/14/2018
Editorial | BBC
Information Technology | Security | Cybersecurity
4. Bill Gates memorized Microsoft employees' license plates to track them
Establishing work-life balance may be all the rage among employers right now, but it wasn't a priority for Bill Gates during Microsoft's early years.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
Editorial | CNBC
Small Business | News
5. Bill Gates memorized Microsoft employees' license plates to track them
Establishing work-life balance may be all the rage among employers right now, but it wasn't a priority for Bill Gates during Microsoft's early years.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
Editorial | CNBC
Small Business | News
6. Computing Cloud Review 2018
The EU GDPR is fundamentally concerned with reducing the risk of exposing personal data. The 99 articles in the regulation set rules on what private data can be collected, when it can be collected, and how that data should be processed and secured.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
News | UK - Computing
Information Technology | Online | Cloud Computing
7. 5 easy ways to clean your tech products
This video is part of Mashable's Spring Cleaning Week. Just a little something to distract you from the eternal dread of constantly wiping all those fingerprints off your screen.  Dirty tech products can be such a pain.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
News | Mashable
Information Technology | Hardware | Business Equipment
8. Facebook sales soar despite data scandal
Facebook's quarterly sales rose by nearly 50% in the social media giant's first results since a privacy scandal over users' data emerged.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
Editorial | BBC
Information Technology | News
9. Here's why you're getting all those terms of service update emails
Get the feeling you're suddenly being bombarded with emails from companies about updated terms of service policies? You are. And there's a good reason: the European Union's forthcoming efforts to protect our personal data.
Origional Story Date :4/26/2018
News | Mashable
Information Technology | Legal
10. Legal Guardrails for AI
Learn how CIOs are adopting new technologies and reimagining the future of work.
Origional Story Date :4/25/2018
News | CIO Magazine
Information Technology | Artificial Intelligence