- May 31, 2006
Security vendor Cenzic adds Ajax testing capability to its automated vulnerability assessment offerings, while Denim Group releases an open-source vulnerability scanner.
- May 25, 2006
Content filtering provider AppRiver reports an attack gaining momentum by using trusted systems to push malware before anyone notices.
- May 24, 2006
There is a growing need to archive email data, and today there are several ways to do it. Stop to consider what would work best for your enterprise.There is a growing need to archive email data, and today there are several ways to do it. Stop to ...
- May 22, 2006
From conniving lawyers to dodgy tape practices, here are some of the juicy tidbits we heard on the show floor and during sessions at Storage Decisions.
- May 18, 2006
BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. has a new server that pushes out MDS applications independently of e-mail.
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- May 17, 2006
With two releases in the last month, the Atlas Control Toolkit is giving developers Ajax controls for ASP.NET apps long before Atlas is due for release. Soon developers will be able to submit their own controls as well.
- May 15, 2006
Admitting that its support for Enterprise Vault has been a problem, Symantec plans to lean on Dell to sell and support the software worldwide.
- May 09, 2006
In a recent report, J.Gold Associates outlined the direction in which mobile devices will be heading in 2007 and 2008. Security is high on the list, while other trends such as consolidation and multi-modal user interfaces start generating some real ...
- April 26, 2006
Mobile viruses are still somewhat of an unknown. They're out there, but they've only just begun. What are they, what do they do, and what can you do for protection?
- April 21, 2006
According to a new report, companies following Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act will see a decline in compliance costs in their second year. However, experts say IT spending on SOX compliance in general will continue to grow.
- April 21, 2006
Recent threat reports all suggest a steady increase in the aggressiveness and sophistication of phishing attacks, and bank customers are still a top target.
- April 19, 2006
Visual Studio Tools for Office lets developers customize Office documents and applications. Once Office 2007 comes out, the UI Ribbon can get a new look, too.
- April 18, 2006
Research shows a steady increase in threats that target unauthorized IM and peer-to-peer applications. Worse yet, most IT departments have no way of knowing the threats exist.
- April 18, 2006
A Houston law firm wanted devices that could do it all but were also nice and compact. After rigorous testing, the firm chose Palm Treo smartphones over BlackBerrys.
- March 30, 2006
The confluence of two major movements in the software industry is promising to cause a change in how vendors make money on technology, and how customers spend money on technology.