As a result of NSA”s snooping, U.S. companies are seeking refuge overseas to protect their data. And U.S. companies aren’t the only ones who are now feeling suspicious about privacy issues on the internet. Numerous governments are turning away from the IT community in the U.S., and it turns out that Silicon Valley is not immune to the fallout from revelations about widespread surveillance by the NSA....

In a recent Bloomberg article, CFO Safra Catz expressed hoped in improving Oracle’s profit margins with the usage of cloud computing. The software company, based in Redwood, California, has seen a loss in sales, and on September 18th, the company provided a profit forecast that was weaker-than-projected for the fiscal second quarter....

Want to find a date, true love, or your future spouse? Look no further than what your holding in your hand: your smartphone has become a place to find love. Mobile dating apps have become extremely popular over the past few years. Plus, there are plenty of them out there....

Remaining a leader in the industry for green policy plans, we have implemented numerous projects in order to remain committed to saving the planet and reducing our carbon footprint.

We are proud to announce our 2014 energy savings initiative. Since 2009, when we started our initial energy savings plan, DNS Made Easy has become the industry’s leader in energy conservation....

Three databases – Lexis Nexis, Altegrity, and Bradstreet Corp – were attacked on Wednesday, according to a Reuters report. The group that infiltrated the three databases is known for selling sensitive information, including social security numbers....