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Privacy and security needs pervade all aspects of business. Your customers and employees demand protection from financial, medical and reputational risks associated with identity theft.
Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in November.
Nirvanix Inc., a San Diego-based cloud-based data storage company, won court approval to borrow about $1.1 million to help fund operations while in bankruptcy.
Nirvanix Inc., a cloud-based data storage company, on Tuesday sought bankruptcy protection from creditors, without citing a reason.
Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in October.
How often have we thought about the amount of our personal information an attorney retains in their files? Whether the attorney is a criminal defense lawyer, an estate planner, a personal injury attorney, or a law firm for corporations, they all have one thing in common: They have a ton of information on clients, and in today's digital world, you can bet it's stored on some sort of computing device.
San Diego-based AIS, a provider of data center and cloud service solutions, announced the appointment of Greg Rollet as the company’s new CEO.
A new space technology is expected to take off in the next few months, according to the deputy director for the tactical technology office at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).
It's amazing how fast the growth in broadband content, devices and apps has ushered in a new era of robust broadband dependency.
Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange Resource Center offers the following events in September.
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. was among 17 winners of a $6 billion U.S. contract that will create a shopping hub for government agencies seeking to shield their computer networks from hackers.
NEW YORK (AP) -- The heads of the nation's three top intelligence agencies said Thursday they strive to protect Americans' privacy in an evolving era of cybersecurity threats, electronic surveillance and concerns about government data-monitoring.
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Biotech, mobile, tourism, craft beer — San Diego is at the forefront of these industries and its business community is defined by them, but who says there isn’t room for one more? Thanks to a wide-reaching public-private partnership, the Cyber Center of Excellence opened March 20 with the goal of adding cybersecurity to the list of homegrown success stories.
The cloud has defeated the "blue screen of death," but companies are constantly taxed with updating security software and finding new ways to combat cyberthreats.
Jennifer Tucker Klein, assistant vice chancellor of institutional research and planning at Brandman University, is a whiz at data mining and predictive analytics. But with that knowledge — that Web scrapers and robots are out there, taking note of a person’s online persona — comes a bit of paranoia.
Shifting to the cloud has various economic advantages, but some companies are still wary about jumping in head-first.
California is an increasingly tricky state to do business in, but local technology and manufacturing companies are finding ways to stay inside the Golden State lines.
Maxwell Technologies has the potential to become a $1 billion company, according to its CEO David Schramm.
Many small businesses do not understand the importance of cybersecurity, and as a result, they are putting larger companies and government agencies at risk.
Local companies are struggling with how to gain clients through referrals in a world that's shifting from the handshake to the point-and-click.
Individual plants will one day have their own microprocessor to transmit a signal, saying they need water and fertilizer. A group of forward-thinking technology leaders discussed what the future looks like in the wireless sector at a recent roundtable at The Daily Transcript sponsored by CohnReznick.
Seven months to the day after Connect CEO Duane Roth died from injuries sustained in a biking accident, Greg McKee took on the role as the organization’s fourth chief executive. Roth left big shoes to fill, but McKee said he plans to chart his own course.
Come race day at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club, turfside gamblers can place wagers and happily play videos of their horse winning by a nose — all through an app on their smartphones.
Michael Anderson started San Diego-based Radiant Technologies Inc. because he wanted to give software clients a personalized touch.
Mike Dowdy, Vice President of Sales at CariNet Inc., illustrates why CariNet is a superior hosting company. Citing their redundant power systems, 24/7 support and flexible server architecture.
March 27, 2013 -- George Chamberlin speaks with Tim Caulfield, CEO of American Internet Services, about AIS's services, cloud computing and what technologies businesses are embracing.
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