Apple’s long-awaited music service is going live today — free to everyone who upgrades to Apple’s iOS 9 for three months. After that, it will cost you $10 per month, or $120 per month.Apple’s also made general free upgrades to its music app, some of which complement its paid music service. Show More Summary
Atlanta-based U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is hosting a 15-day “Down the Aisle” Extravaganza. The online auction, which runs through July 9, features almost 3000 wedding related items, including wedding gowns, fine jewelry, tuxedos, formal dresses...
VMware and one of its reseller partners will pay $75.5 million settlement to the General Services Administration (GSA) to settle a lawsuit alleging that the virtualization software company defrauded the federal government. VMware in a statement says it denies the charges of fraud, but settled anyway to avoid protracted litigation. Show More Summary
French police interview and then arrest the CEO of Uber France and general manager of Uber Europe, charging them with running an illegal taxi service and hiding documents. Continue reading Uber France execs arrested for running 'illegal'...Show More Summary
Just hours before Apple Music goes live, several interviews have been posted with executives Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine, and Trent Reznor on the service in general, and the unique nature of Beats 1 and Connect in specific. The key focus,...Show More Summary
Signaling the general acceptance of online music, the band, which has long resisted the digital business, will sign on with services like Spotify and Rdio.
(Computer Service | Serbia) Computer Service | Serbia Categories: Extra Stupid Technology Tags: Computer Service Computer Service | Serbia(I work at a computer service where we fix computers and sell some general computer equipment.Show More Summary
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is encouraging county clerks, judges and justices of the peace with religious objections to same-sex marriage to refuse services to gay couples in the face of what he called a “lawless” U.S. Supreme Court… The post Texas AG Ken Paxton: County Clerks, Judges Should Defy ‘Lawless’ SCOTUS Marriage Ruling appeared first on Towleroad.
The Internal Revenue Service hasn't always followed the law when it comes to making business deals. Uh oh. Specifically, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), the IRS has violated the federal law that prevents it from doing business with businesses that haven't paid their taxes. Show More Summary
TALK RADIO NEWS SERVICE J. Russell George, the Treasury inspector general for tax administration, will tell the House Oversight Committee today that IRS employees erased computer backup tapes a month after officials discovered that thousands of emails related to the agency’s Tea Party scandal were lost. Show More Summary
Azure Key Vault helps safeguard cryptographic keys and secrets used by cloud applications and services. By using Key Vault, you can encrypt keys and secrets (such as authentication keys, storage account keys, data encryption keys,.PFX files, and passwords) by using keys that are protected by hardware security modules (HSMs). Key Vault streamlines the key […]
Lionsgate and Comic-Con International have a new hire to lead their joint video-on-demand subscription service. Seth Laderman will lead the initiative as its new Executive Vice President and General Manager. Laderman will be responsible for developing programming for the Comic-Con streaming service. Show More Summary
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OPM Director Katherine Archuleta claimed Tuesday that no one was "personally responsible" for the OPM breach at a Senate hearing of the Financial Services and General Government subcommittee. Instead, she blamed the OPM's legacy systems.
Enterprise Alumni by GreyMatterCreations Those who proudly serve aboard one of the Federation's Galaxy-class starships generally retire from service feeling like that trek across the stars was thanks enough for a job well done. But then...Show More Summary
The US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) cannot afford a $93 million IT upgrade to prevent future cybersecurity breaches, OPM Assistant Inspector General for Audit Mike Esser told a Senate Financial Services and General Government hearing on Tuesday.
Categories: Analysis, Industry News, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor Tags: General News, L1 You may have heard his name before, and you certainly have seen his byline pop up a number of times in the last couple of months, but now Andrew Karpie is officially a Spend Matters analyst. Show More Summary
Snowflake Computing, a startup that has built data warehouse software based in the Amazon Web Services cloud, announced a new $45 million funding round and made its software generally available. Snowflake made a big splash when it came out of stealth mode in October with $26 million in funding and a superstar chief executive, Microsoft […]
Emmanuel Karenzi Karake, the director general of Rwanda’s National Intelligence and Security Services was arrested in London on a Spanish arrest warrant on charges of ordering massacres in the mid-1990s, Metropolitan police said Tuesday.
Right in time for the beginning of DockerCon, Docker‘s developer conference in San Francisco, Google today announced that its Kubernetes-powered Container Engine service for managing containers on its cloud platform is now in beta. For...Show More Summary