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With Clinton's Private Server, 'Didn't Break Laws' Doesn't Mean 'Kept Top Secret Emails Safe'

H. A. Goodman | Posted 09.16.2015 | Politics
H. A. Goodman

Clinton might have had the legal right to own a private server and unilaterally delete over 30,000 emails, but whether or not the "Top Secret" and "born classified emails" (emails classified from the start, not retroactively) are in the hands of a foreign government is another story.

IT Departments: Is Your Network Monitoring Solution Working for You?

Ashley Wren Collins | Posted 09.01.2015 | Business
Ashley Wren Collins

With the Internet, there's no such thing as "closed" anymore. Your company, particularly if your website offers online products for purchase or other transactional services, is open for business anytime, anywhere.

It's Not Gone 'Til It's Gone

Stampp Corbin | Posted 05.17.2015 | Politics
Stampp Corbin

Hillary Clinton accomplished what all public officials want; protection of her privacy without breaking any laws or regulations. As a voter you can determine whether this is a political story or a real issue by how Congress acts to address the problem.

We Serve You -- We Aren't Servants

Food Politic | Posted 05.15.2013 | Small Business
Food Politic

If we really wanted restaurants to pay their workers fairly, we would require them to pay their own workers and factor that expense into their prices -- much like every other business has ever had to do.

You Might Not Be Tipping Enough

The Huffington Post | Catherine New | Posted 09.25.2012 | Money

Forget 15 percent. Or even 20 percent. The new normal in restaurant tipping is to give a full 25 to 30 percent of the tab, the New York Post reports. ...

Radiofail: Radiohead's Website Apparently Can't Cope with Demand

Eliot Van Buskirk | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology
Eliot Van Buskirk

Radiohead surprised fans on Friday by selling its latest album, The King of Limbs, a day early, but its web sales app does not appear to be up to the task.

Blackberry-Saudi Arabia Deal To Add Server, Share Data Could Set Precedent

AP | ABDULLAH AL-SHIHRI | Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — A preliminary agreement between the maker of the popular BlackBerry smart phone and the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which go...

Restaurant Secrets: 5 Things Your Server Won't Tell You

Divya Gugnani | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Divya Gugnani

Like every other industry, restaurants have a few dirty little secrets under their belts that they try to hide from customers.

R.I.P. Seattle P-I: First Major Newspaper to Go Web Only

Shelly Palmer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Shelly Palmer

The P-I will become an experiment of sorts for Hearst, who will try to figure out whether or not the company can cut overhead and increase ad rev on a web-only model.