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Date: 2012-04-17
Technology News:
Company News:
JVC Introduces Handheld Mobile News Camera at NAB 2012
New GY-HM650 Transfers Footage Directly to Station with FTP Transfer
JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corp., has ushered in a new era of mobile newsgathering with its new GY-HM650 ProHD handheld mobile news camera, which can shoot and deliver news footage faster than ever.

Must-have Spring Accessory: The Belt
Get ready to buckle up! The belt is the accessory for spring and summer.

My boss thinks I'm a security threat!
In this cautionary tale Jane Grafton, Director of Product Development at Lieberman Software, interviewed a woman who should have known better. Her story is told in her own words. If this sounds all too familiar there is some great advice at the end of this article to make sure you too don't end up losing your job!

Insider 222 - Marketeers/Publicists Herders
Strategic Handlers are Useless in the Here-and-Now, Viral Environment
You have to love the new breed of marketeers, publicists. They have every web badge you can find in the social arena but finding their email address on the firm's website is a futile effort. But they're the guardians of the company, the gatekeepers, the herders media people go to first to get to the person who really knows the information, can provide the answers. Dealing with questions/answers in realtime? We'll get back to you on that. Handling issues as the arise? Aaahh Right? Knowing the company, the products, the competition, the markets, the customers? Isn't there an app for that?

Mobile Assassin
An ethical hackers view on the dangers of mobile malware and what steps to take to stop it
As our handsets become more than just a way to make and receive phone calls, their appeal to criminals also increases. Of course, having the physical device stolen is a major inconvenience, but that is just one way criminals are monetising mobiles. Mobile malware, once theoretical, is now very much a reality and a growing threat. For the business user, accessing the corporate network and viewing emails using their mobile devices, criminals might have access to data that can prove lucrative in the right hands. For VIPs it could be a little more personal as the little devils broadcast their locations via GPS. Even for the man on the street, with the introduction of mobile payments apps, there's more to lose than just the contact list and photos.


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