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Microsoft releases last fixes for Windows XP, Office 2003

Microsoft releases last fixes for Windows XP, Office 2003

End of support for popular products.
Apr 9 2014 12:21PM
Apple, Google, Intel fail to end poaching lawsuit

Apple, Google, Intel fail to end poaching lawsuit

Software engineers claim limited pay and job mobility.
Apr 20 2012 6:51AM
Dell moves to settle SEC accounting case

Dell moves to settle SEC accounting case

Company will offer terms to end accounting row.
Jul 19 2010 6:56AM
Apple to end support for iOS 2.x apps

Apple to end support for iOS 2.x apps

Apple has announced that it is to end support for iOS 2.x apps.
Jul 1 2010 1:43PM
Code Signing 101: providing peace-of-mind for end users

Code Signing 101: providing peace-of-mind for end users

Code signing with a reputable CA helps software publishers create a trusted relationship with their customers, as VeriSign's Armando Dacal explains.
May 31 2010 5:48PM
Firefox set to claim one in four web users

Firefox set to claim one in four web users

But Internet Explorer holds market share.
Sep 29 2009 6:31AM
Yahoo Mail users warned of brute force attacks

Yahoo Mail users warned of brute force attacks

Two-year-old vulnerability exploited.
Sep 21 2009 1:48PM
Indian outsourcing market begins to pick up

Indian outsourcing market begins to pick up

Tata Consultancy Services announces recruitment drive.
Sep 5 2009 10:00AM
Full adoption of generic domains could take a decade

Full adoption of generic domains could take a decade

ICANN predicts slow progress.
Jul 16 2009 6:51AM
EMC triumphs in battle for Data Domain

EMC triumphs in battle for Data Domain

Deduplication specialist formally accepts bid.
Jul 10 2009 8:42AM
Sun aims to redesign the data centre hard drive mix

Sun aims to redesign the data centre hard drive mix

Sun Microsystems is hoping that its new range of solid state drives (SSDs) will lead the way in re-engineering the data centre around Flash drive technology.
Mar 12 2009 6:15AM
Paul Twomey to step down at Icann

Paul Twomey to step down at Icann

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) has announced that Paul Twomey, its chairman and chief executive, has decided to step down at the end of this year.
Mar 3 2009 6:01AM
Optima puts hands up and calls in administrators

Optima puts hands up and calls in administrators

One of Australia’s longest running white-box builders, Optima Technology Solutions, has had the administrators called in by parent company Optima ICM Limited. Jeff Li, managing director at Pioneer Computers exclusively told CRN it would take up the warranty and servicing for Optima’s customers.
Jul 25 2008 2:37PM
New Icann rules could end defensive registrations

New Icann rules could end defensive registrations

Green light for customised TLDs will cause firms to rethink their domain name strategies, say experts.
Jul 1 2008 6:44AM
XP: The end is nigh

XP: The end is nigh

Microsoft was due to stop shipping its XP operating system to computer manufacturer on Monday in the face of a lot of opposition.
Jul 1 2008 1:48AM
End of the line for standalone security vendors?

End of the line for standalone security vendors?

Technology giants will progressively build security into the foundation of their goods and services squeezing standalone security vendors out of existence, the founder of a local security vendor has claimed.
Jun 10 2008 1:41PM
Spam Pledge calls for end to junk email on Spam's 30th birthday

Spam Pledge calls for end to junk email on Spam's 30th birthday

Security firm Sophos has launched a Spam Pledge to mark the 30th anniversary of junk email, urging users to help stamp out the scourge of spam..
May 2 2008 3:33PM
Security professionals aim to end data breaches

Security professionals aim to end data breaches

Preventing data breaches is the highest priority for today’s IT security professionals, two new surveys have concluded.
Apr 28 2008 11:58AM
Can Web commuting end the skills shortage?

Can Web commuting end the skills shortage?

Take a look around. Is your office looking emptier? Driven by a focus on the work-life balance and enabled by improved broadband availability, more Australians are working from home.
Mar 11 2008 3:27PM
Quantum computers: technological deliverance or the end of security?

Quantum computers: technological deliverance or the end of security?

Quantum computing might spell the end of today's computer and credit card encryption technology, a U.S. physicist has claimed.
Mar 10 2008 2:21PM

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