This Week: Hackers Take Over B2B Site + Game-Changer for Big Data


No One’s Safe From Hackers
A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack employed an apparently unprecedented technique to cause thousands of online video viewers to unwittingly bombard a B2B e-commerce website with junk traffic.

Marketing Tips by the Bay
Marketo was in San Francisco for the Marketing Nation Summit to tout its customer experience platform and discuss making emails more human among other topics. Meanwhile, Forrester swooped into the Bay Area and stressed that marketing campaigns are dead.

SharePoint’s Mobile Challenges
While changes to Office don’t equate changes to SharePoint, the iPad launch spurred on a broader discussion amongst critics of the faults with SharePoint’s mobile collaboration capabilities.

Content Catch-up in Mobile Enterprise
As companies work to extract value from mobile disruption, delivering a consistent experience across devices as their biggest challenge.

Office 365 Moving Essentials
Making the case to move to Office 365? These 10 talking points should help you explain your recommendations to management.

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CMSWire.com - All News

Excitement over a small news story

Digital journalism start-ups reflect a dichotomy – the internet permits the unbundling of information into smaller slices but financially it rewards scale
Financial Times - Entrepreneurship

Telegram Hits 35M Monthly Users, 15M Daily With 8B Messages Received Over 30 Days

Telegram, the mobile messaging app that offers secure communications created by VK.com co-founders Nikolai and Pavel Durov, today announced a new milestone in its traction, which has increased considerably since Facebook acquired rival WhatsApp: The app hit 35 million users, and TechCrunch has clarified with Pavel Durov that that number represents total monthly active users. Daily actives are now… Read More
TechCrunch » Social
Darrell Etherington

These Autonomous Patrol Cars Keep Watch Over Our Nuclear Stockpiles

Monitoring America’s nuclear stockpiles is vital but mind-numbingly dull work. So rather than rely on easily distracted human guards, the storage facilities at the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) are now being watched by the unblinking eyes of a mobile robotic patrol fleet.
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Gizmodo Australia
Andrew Tarantola

Can I sue a customer over critical tweets?

A regular at my restaurant has launched a Twitter campaign attacking food safety, alluding to, but not naming, my business. Do I have a defamation claim against him?
Financial Times - Entrepreneurship

Are Facebook’s ‘Move Fast and Break Things’ Days Over?

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The five words have been spoken countless times by Facebook employees. They appear on posters in the company's offices and were featured prominently in Facebook's paperwork to go public

"As most companies grow, they slow down too much because they’re more afraid of making mistakes than they are of losing opportunities by moving too slowly," Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook's cofounder and CEO, wrote in a letter to investors before the company went public in 2012

"We have a saying: 'Move fast and break things,'" he wrote. "The idea is that if you never break anything, you’re probably not moving fast enough." Read more...

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Mashable
Seth Fiegerman

Flare-Up Over Food-Delivery Fees Has South Koreans Debating The Marketplace Model

South Korea is no stranger to controversy over its Internet policies. The country still mandates virus protection and security measures that essentially require the use of Internet Explorer and Windows, and the government has one of the most aggressive Internet policing bureaucracies in the democratic world. The Economist has called the country an “Internet dinosaur” despite its… Read More


TechCrunch
Danny Crichton

This Perfectly Counterbalanced Supervillain Table Will Never Fall Over

When decorating their over-the-top headquarters, supervillains need to choose bold office furniture that matches their even bolder schemes to take over the world. And designer Toni Grilo delivers with this gravity-defying coffee table, which looks like it’s perpetually on the verge of falling over.
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Gizmodo Australia
Andrew Liszewski