The Mississippi Department of Education’s CIO Dr. John Q. Porter, is continuously looking for ways to help the children in the State of Mississippi. An article featured on Government Technology’s website highlights just one of the ways he has done this. Dr. Porter and his team at the MDE working in partnership the Mississippi Department of Health showed the strength of collaborative data in solving lingering issues surrounding feeding students. Read the full article on Government Technology.
Attention all Google account holders…Be careful! On May 3rd, a number of Google accounts were attacked by a phishing scam involving Google Docs. It appears that the malicious intent was to gain access to the account holder’s Gmail inbox and contact list via a fake Google docs attachment sent from a “friend”. The full story featured on yahoo.com
Wouldn’t it be nice to carry your computing experience with you wherever you go? Well, that time is now! An article posted on pcmag.com explains step-by-step what you will need in order to run Windows 10 from a USB flash drive. The process will require a bit of technical know-how. Nevertheless, if you are patient and follow the instructions you will be on your way to having your very own Windows 10 in your pocket and ready to boot on most modern computers. Here are some use cases to consider: It can allow you a backup for travel and working ...
Oracle vs Google: Just as you thought Java-Android row was over, it all kicks off again Oracle is appealing last year’s ruling that Google’s use of Java APIs in Android constituted “fair use”. Read the complete story on ZDNet.
A researcher has identified a number of vulnerable apps, categorizing them as “low risk”, “medium risk”, and “high risk”. The security concerns are primarily focused on the interception of information through the utilization of wireless eavesdroppers.