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The boom in cloud services is creating its own problems for business.

Boom in cloud services: there's a dark side for business


Phishing is becoming increasingly sophisticated, cunning and difficult to detect, which is why about one in four people click on phishing emails.

Extreme phishing: cybercrooks take scams to the next level


eBook: Inspiring Minds of CPA Congress


eBook: Which accounting software is right for your business?


Geoff Cropley (left) and John MacLean, the creators of NoahFace, a facial recognition app.

NoahFace: The software that puts a name to the face


Rex Sham, co-founder and chief science officer of Insight Robotics, has already co-authored two patents and won awards for his research. Photos by Calvin Sit.

Using robots to detect forest fires


The BI platform you choose depends on your needs, and there are a number of factors to consider.

Predict future trends with business intelligence


Stride by Atlassian is a messaging app with video, too.

Adopting agile across your business


A Bic Camera store in Tokyo advertises that it accepts bitcoin

Is bitcoin a speculative bubble?


Cybercriminals have become more sinister and difficult to spot in recent years as scammers shift their attention from individuals to businesses.

Cybercriminals up the ante on data theft


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