Obama publishes directive for cyber attack response

In the event of a significant cyber attack, the FBI would take the lead in responding to the threat, the directive says.
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#CXOTALK General Electric and the industrial internet of big things

GE's Chief Marketing Officer, Linda Boff, explains how this iconic brand develops products for the Internet of Things at industrial scale. The are important lessons for every enterprise marketer and product designer.
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The silver linings amidst crumbling iPhone, iPad and Mac sales

It's been a bad quarter for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac, but it's not all doom and gloom, as there are a few silver linings buried in the data.
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Apple Q3 beats Wall Street estimates, despite falling iPhone sales

Apple was expected to make $1.39 per share on revenue on $42.1 billion.
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Monitor and manage network traffic with traffic shaping and NIOC

Monitoring and managing network traffic through vSphere Distributed Switches is easy, thanks to the traffic shaping and network I/O control capabilities.
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Twitter Q2 misses on revenue, shares plunge

Twitter now expects second-quarter revenue in the range of $590 million to $610 million, which falls well below the $678 million expected.
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Motorola says it won’t issue monthly security patches

Monthly security patches are important for keeping your Android device safe, but Motorola will not commit to a monthly release schedule with its smartphones.
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Mobileye, Tesla to part ways

The company behind Tesla's collision-avoidance technology says it will not extend its contract with the automaker.
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Wearable activity tracker helps health IT analyst train for marathons

After trading in a budget wellness band for a high-tech Fitbit, a health IT analyst finds the new wearable helps him train more efficiently for marathons.
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How to make crowdsourced testing actually help the development process

The trouble with paying bug bounties to outsiders for testing help is doing so can create an adversarial relationship between developer and tester. Expert Robin Goldsmith offers advice.
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