Hackers Target Sony Entertainment

Service for the PlayStation Network and Sony Entertainment was interrupted yesterday, according to a Twitter post from the official Sony PlayStation Twitter account. Hackers overwhelmed the system with such a… Read More

Hacking on the Rise: How Worried Should We Be?

The New York Times reported that one billion usernames and passwords were stolen by the Russian cyber-crime gang. According to Jordan Robertson on Bloomberg.com, the numbers probably won’t translate “into… Read More

Follow Up: Federal Government Agency Moves to the Cloud

There was such a great response to last week’s post about the General Services Administration (GSA) that we decided to continue the conversation this week. The GSA is in the… Read More

How Accurate Are Studies Cited By Wireless Carriers?

Verizon Wireless has touted the results of a new study published by wireless analytics company RootMetrics as proof that they are ahead of the competition. The study, which occurred during… Read More

Google Tackles International Security Issues

Google recently announced that it is partnering with other groups to develop three tools which will aid people living in repressive nations. The announcement was made at NYC’s “Conflict in… Read More

Facebook Having Trouble With Computer Security

Programmer Khalil Shreateh recently hacked into Zuckerberg’s Facebook account to warn the company that users could easily post on anyone’s wall. Lately, high-tech companies have been relying more on help… Read More

“First Experience With Zintro Was A Big Success” – David Cavanaugh

David Cavanaugh has dedicated more than 20 years to the information technology industry and is an expert in the selection and deployment of open source technologies for large-scale global requirements…. Read More

The National Security Agency Might Be Violating Our Online Privacy

Several news sources have recently reported on PRISM, a secret program the National Security Agency has been using in order to get access to emails, documents, chat conversations and voice… Read More

Seeking Experts To Work On Telecommunication Industry Projects

Telecommunications procurement 3.7G telecom network in Uganda, bidders include Alcatel, Ericsson and ZTE, we have the offers, need an expert to let us know if they are within the acceptable… Read More

More on slumping PC sales

PC sales are starting to slump according to some industry reports. What’s behind the PC industry’s downturn? We put this question to our Zintro experts. Eugene Sherman, a computer consultant,… Read More

PC sales are slumping

PC sales are starting to slump according to some industry reports. What’s behind the PC industry’s downturn? We put this question to our Zintro experts. Jeff Drobman, a computer engineer,… Read More

Future of Quantum Mechanics

2012 Nobel Prize winners, physicist David Wineland and Serge Haroche were able to apply quantum superposition in a real-world experiment, where an atom was immobile and in motion simultaneously and… Read More

Seeking Experts to Work on IT Software Consulting Projects

Zintro is a “Search and Connect Engine” that makes it easy for clients (expert-seekers) to find and connect with experts for projects (ranging from one half hour phone consults to… Read More

More Anti-Piracy Act Comments from Zintro Experts

Even with the postponement of a vote for the Stop Online Piracy Act in the US Congress, the issue still remains a hot one. Our Zintro experts weigh in with… Read More

Anti-Piracy Act

Even with the postponement of a vote for the Stop Online Piracy Act in the US Congress, the issue still remains a hot one. Our Zintro experts weigh in with… Read More

Seeking Experts to work on Computer Science and Security Consulting Projects

CheckPoint Firewall Need a checkpoint firewall administrator consultant for a long term assignment in Los Angeles. Must have minimum 5years experience administrating checkpoint firewalls in a large enterprise environment. Must also have a… Read More