The transaction was funded through cash from Splunk’s balance sheet and it will help its customers to analyse big data in an easier way to gain better insights.
Companies that rely on SaaS solutions are increasingly expecting cloud providers to lay on security controls with vendors of security the hardest hit.
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A new scam that claims to offer free £500 ASDA vouchers has been doing the rounds on Facebook with costly a premium rate mobile number costing some users large sums.
CyanogenMod downloads will include the encrypted messaging service from here forward with users able to benefit from messaging that cannot be pried on by authorities.
Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader and all versions of Java are responsible for two thirds of vulnerabilities in Windows systems, according to a longterm study by independent security consultant AV Test.
Forget Bitcoin mining, at least on your home PC with your GPU. Litecoin mining is the new kid on the block – but is it a worthwhile exercise?
Google has launched a new Street View feature that will allow users to create their own 360º virtual tours and add them to Google Maps.
It’s almost Christmas – a time for visiting relatives who come with presents, and of course their smartphones, ready to overload your Wi-Fi network.
Security firm AVG has developed a free update to its PrivacyFix app that is able to block wifi location tracking data.