Rob Enderle – Product of the Week

The "Enigma" name comes from an encryption machine Germany developed and used very successfully in the Second World War, until Alan Turing helped crack it. Turing -- who arguably was key to winning the war for the Allies and then, as a twisted thank you, effectively...

Finalists announced for 2015 IQ Awards

BOULDER — Twenty-six companies and five individuals have been selected as finalists in 10 categories for BizWest’s 2015 IQ Awards. The competition will be held Tuesday, Oct. 6, at the Boulder Theater, 2032 14th St. in Boulder. In its 15th edition, the IQ (Innovation...

BlackSquare Enigma – PC Mag

By Neil J. Rubenking USB drives with onboard software-based encryption are, if not dime-a-dozen, at least fairly common. Don't confuse BlackSquare's Enigma ($169.95) with this kind of simple product. An Enigma device lets you encrypt any file or folder using a...