The popular messaging app has had end-to-end encryption for five years, but now backups will also be securely stored.
The deal is reportedly worth $371 million and could see SumUp making waves in the POS market of the United States soon.
The company will replace it with a job listing app — called InJobs — that will not offer the social media features.
A new study found that teams are still struggling to figure out how to navigate the remote work shift in a productive way.
Can you use Roblox with a VPN if you play it safe? Roblox's new guidelines leave some wiggle room.
However, the decision is up to directors, and employees must be able to attend meetings at the office on a day's notice.
The name feature -- whimsically dubbed Psst! -- allows users to share data like passwords securely with anyone.
A new study find business owners are having trouble mitigating the cybersecurity risk of employees working from home.
The video-game streaming giant says its security teams are ‘working with urgency’ to find out more about the incident.
The objective tracking platform will become an integral part of Microsoft's Viva software.
The latest addition to the web conferencing platform looks to remove distractions and let users unwind outside work hours.
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A Google executive who championed the Plex bank account project left the company in April.
It would have been an all-stock deal valued at around $14.7 billion, but that valuation has dropped.
The new update will let users hide their own video feeds from themselves, but not other participants.
Across Q2 2021, malware passed through encryption nine out of ten times. It's a dramatic increase over the previous quarter.
CEO Drew Houston thinks the pandemic is an opportunity to ‘completely reimagine’ how we work.
A new study shows that Apple's App Tracking Transparency features won't stop apps from tracking your activity.
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The tools are free and will work with top email providers like Gmail, Outlook, and Yahoo.
The law goes into effect starting January 1st, and aims to protect workers from poor safety practices.