Chip-maker takes message control

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California-based company Kingston Technology recognized the security problems caused by the increased use of IM by its employees, so it took positive action to allow them to utilise the tool securely. John Sterlicchi reports

Growing from a two-employee startup back in 1987 to an approximately $2 billion conglomerate today, Kingston Technology has successfully developed and manufactured products at the leading-edge of memory module technology. Whether those products are ultra-low latency modules that go into ...

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