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Keep Company Secrets Safe With a Strong Publishing Process

Keep Company Secrets Safe With a Strong Publishing Process

Early in the morning on April 12, Pebblebrook Hotel Trust inadvertently posted an initial working draft of a document relating to its first quarter 2018 financial and operating results on its website. Pebblebrook quickly discovered what had happened and removed the document. However, as the company confessed in a press release it released about the event,

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Liferay Community Edition Portal 7.1 on the Horizon, More Open Source News

Liferay Community Edition Portal 7.1 on the Horizon, More Open Source News

Liferay Community Edition Portal 7.1 Alpha 1 is now available, which means it’s entering phase two of its beta program focused on reporting and fixing bugs within the software. Liferay has called on the open source software community to participate in the beta program to find bugs and report them

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Why Content Governance Is Key to Taming Content Chaos

Why Content Governance Is Key to Taming Content Chaos

Large organizations are publishing more and more content across more and more channels. But combine that scale of content produced on a daily, or even hourly basis, with the diverse skill sets of the content creators, and bad processes such as checking content only after publication, and issues arise.

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Google Chrome Gives HTTP Websites a Security Deadline

Google Chrome Gives HTTP Websites a Security Deadline

Google issued a warning to website publishers that any HTTP sites using forms, login fields and other input sections will be flagged as "not secure" by the Chrome browser starting this October. The move is the natural next step in a series of actions the Mountain View, Calif.

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Ghost vs. WordPress: A Purist Blogger’s Dilemma

Ghost vs. WordPress: A Purist Blogger's Dilemma

Ghost touts itself as a “simple, modern WordPress alternative.” And that’s true, to an extent. While Ghost, which claims a "virtual" headquarters in Singapore, focuses solely on the blogging process, San Francisco-based WordPress has evolved into something far greater than just a blogging platform.

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How They Hack Your Website: The Ultimate, Updated Overview of Common Techniques

How They Hack Your Website: The Ultimate, Updated Overview of Common Techniques

Website hacking is nothing new, but the techniques of a hacker are in constant flux. In an attempt to keep up with this ever-evolving digital dark art, the US government alone spent a whopping $14 billion on cyber security in 2016 — a year that will go down in hacking

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