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Tax guide 2014: The best online services for tackling your 1040

Need help filing your federal and state income taxes More than a dozen online services are vying for your business, promising to keep your refunds high and time investment low. » zum Artikel

Morrisons blames poor sales on lack of online services

Morrisons has blamed its lack of online presence for a fall in revenues during the third quarter. » zum Artikel

Must-know privacy tips for Google, Facebook and other online services

Recent headlines about shadowy government agencies, high-profile hack attacks, and your face in Google ads drive home a crucial point: Your online privacy is best protected when you keep an iron grip on the information you're handing out. If your info is on a server somewhere, it's not truly yours. » zum Artikel

EU leaders consider tougher taxation of online service providers

Tougher taxation of providers of online services will be on the agenda when European Union leaders meet to discuss the digital economy for the first time on Thursday. » zum Artikel

Eurosport server failure causes online services outage

Eurosport saw disruption to its online services this week after a hardware outage at its France data centre. » zum Artikel

Eurosport server failure causes online services outage

Eurosport saw disruption to its online services this week after a hardware outage at its France data centre. » zum Artikel

Morrisons online chief resigns weeks after arrival

The head of operations for Morrisons' online grocery service has resigned weeks after joining the supermarket chain, according to reports. » zum Artikel

Nintendo Wii and DS games will lose online support in May

Now's your last chance to play Super Smash Bros. Brawl or Pokemon Black and White with faraway friends, as Nintendo plans to shut down online services for many Wii and Nintendo DS games on May 20. » zum Artikel

Bugs & Fixes: Dropbox improves performance and setup

Though there wasn't anything particularly severe about the problems in the Dropbox 2.4.x desktop clients, the 2.6.2 version (as per the release notes) improves the speed of the UI quite a bit and offers improved setup--which you don't need if you're satisfied with your current version. You can now handily pause synching from the system tray pop-up and users are no longer unlinked from the online ... » zum Artikel

More Kiwis go online for government services

New Zealanders are increasingly using government online services, as measured by Better Public Services. » zum Artikel

Tumblr offers SSL option, but not default

Tumblr now allows users to encrypt their connections with the microblogging service, but the feature is only offered as an option for now. » zum Artikel

Majestic Wine eyes online sales growth with revamped ecommerce platform

Majestic Wine has launched a new ecommerce system on a cloud hosting platform from Carrenza, allowing the retailer to cope with growth in demand for online services. » zum Artikel

Microsoft joins group seeking to replace passwords

Microsoft has joined the FIDO Alliance, an industry group attempting to craft industry standards that reduce reliance on passwords, long regarded as a weak point in Web security. » zum Artikel

Southampton council extends outsourcing deal with Capita

Southampton City Council has extended an outsourcing contract with Capita by a further five years. » zum Artikel

Meet Office Online, Microsoft's slightly tweaked Office Web Apps replacement

Microsoft's renaming of SkyDrive to OneDrive wasn't the only change the software maker had on tap for its online services this week. On Thursday, the company officially renamed Office Web Apps as Office Online. The new name doesn't translate into a lot of new features, but there are a some differences that come with the rebranding. » zum Artikel

Phishing campaign targets Google Docs, Drive users

Symantec has spotted a phishing campaign leveraging Google Drive that would be hard for users to discern as a scam. » zum Artikel

Europe's online music players get a break from new EU copyright law

 Online music providers such as Spotify, iTunes and Last.fm have been given a boost from a new European Union law approved on Tuesday. » zum Artikel

Clydesdale Bank suffers online outage over the weekend

A systems update at Clydesdale Bank left its customers without access to their online services this weekend, the bank has said. » zum Artikel

Student Loans Company plans to introduce £139m IT system this year

The Student Loans Company (SLC) is planning to introduce new IT systems worth up to £139 million in the next financial year after admitting to MPs that its current infrastructure is "old and constrained". » zum Artikel

How to use Tumblr's new two-factor authentication

Another major online service is making your login more secure. Yahoo-owned Tumblr announced on Monday that two-factor authentication is finally available for the microblogging site. » zum Artikel

Apple to fix iOS 7 crash bug

Apple says it will fix a bug in the iOS 7 operating system that has caused some iPhones to crash. » zum Artikel

BBC targets mobile users with news via Instagram

BBC News has launched short news videos viewable on Instagram in response to figures last month showing that for the first time, more people were accessing BBC's online services on mobile devices than on desktops. » zum Artikel

Commercialisation of IT, Internet of Things evolving remote connectivity: LogMeIn

The remote connection industry is being driven by commercialisation of IT and the Internet of Things (IoT), according to LogMeIn. » zum Artikel

Barclays launches cloud document storage service

Barclays has launched a cloud storage service to encourage customers to store important documents such as bills, statements and passport information online. » zum Artikel

Borked Google Authenticator update wipes iOS user data

The premise of the Google Authenticator app is pretty simple: Once you connect it to your online services, the app generates a random numeric code that you need to use along with your password when you're signing into your digital accounts. If the code isn't used in a short time frame, it self-destructs and becomes invalid. Boom! It's two-factor authentication at its finest. » zum Artikel

Microsoft's new volume-licensing scheme could simplify buying, managing products

Midsize companies should get ready this month as Microsoft introduces a new purchasing scheme that changes the way it deals with its volume licensing customers. » zum Artikel

Melbourne IT buys NetRegistry as financials drop

Web hosting company, Melbourne IT, has purchased local rival, NetRegistry, in a cash and scrip share purchase agreement worth $50.4 million. » zum Artikel

Intel invests in Chinese cloud providers, eyes makers of components for wearables

The venture capital arm of Intel has invested in three Chinese cloud providers to take advantage of the country's booming market for the services, and is also looking at backing local firms involved in creating wearable devices. » zum Artikel

Online backup service SugarSync moves to paid-only model

SugarSync, an online service for data back up, file sync and sharing, Tuesday announced that it will transition to a paid-only service model beginning on February 8, 2014. » zum Artikel

CloudStore to be rebuilt to include more digital government frameworks

The Government Digital Service (GDS) has unveiled plans to rebuild the CloudStore in a bid to broaden its scope beyond the G-Cloud and include other digital frameworks used by the public sector. » zum Artikel


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Need help filing your federal and state income taxes More than a dozen online services are vying for your business, promising to keep your refunds high and time investment low.
Morrisons has blamed its lack of online presence for a fall in revenues during the third quarter.
Recent headlines about shadowy government agencies, high-profile hack attacks, and your face in Google ads drive home a crucial point: Your online privacy is best protected when you keep an iron grip on the information you're handing out. If your info is on a server somewhere, it's not truly yours.