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  • Chrome 68 to condemn all unencrypted sites by summer 2018/02/13

    Google has put a July deadline on a 2016 promise that its Chrome browser would tag all websites that don't encrypt their traffic.

    "Beginning in July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68, Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as 'not secure,'" wrote Emily Schechter, a Chrome security product manager, in a Feb. 8 post to a company blog.

    Google has scheduled Chrome 68 to release in Stable form - analogous to production-level quality - during the week of July 22-28.

    Starting then, Chrome will insert a "Not secure" label into the address bar of every website that uses HTTP connections between its servers and users. Sites that instead rely on HTTPS to encrypt the back-and-forth traffic will display their URLs normally in the address bar.

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  • Mingis on Tech: A preview of Mobile World Congress 2018 2018/02/12
    This year's big show in Barcelona begins Feb. 26, and while hardware announcements are always part of the event, attendees are more likely to hear a lot about 5G networking.
  • Spectre and Meltdown | Salted Hash Ep 17 2018/02/06
    What is it about the Spectre and Meltdown attacks that scared everyone so much? Host Steve Ragan and J.M. Porup talk through the impact of these hardware flaws.
  • Why Google partnered with MobileIron – and what they plan to offer 2018/01/31

    Google Cloud and MobileIron have announced a partnership to provide a secure enterprise applications and services portal.

    Why Google Cloud and MobileIron? Because Google wants to use its Orbitera commerce platform, which enables the buying and selling of software and services in the cloud – and it needs an OS- and hardware-agnostic distribution and security partner.

    MobileIron will not only help Google distribute the apps through its enterprise mobility management (EMM) platform, but its software can also provide analytics that show which apps and services are the most popular, and with whom.

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  • Zoho takes on IFTTT and Microsoft Flow with cloud app integration tool 2018/01/30

    Business app suite provider Zoho has launched Flow, a workflow automation tool that lets users connect a range of cloud applications to create their own automated processes.

    Users already familiar with IFTTT (If This, Then That), Zapier, Microsoft Flow or other app integration tools will find Zoho’s approach similar. Each workflow consists of a trigger event followed by one or more actions. A trigger might be when a new ticket is created in a service desk application; an action could be an alert or ticket escalation message automatically sent to the relevant team’s communication channel.

    Other trigger examples could be when an email is received from a particular person or a change is made in a CRM application. “For something like this, you shouldn’t have to write any code,” said Zoho chief evangelist Raju Vegesna.

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