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Blue Coat plans email, web sandbox for iPad
Addresses BYO device market.
Nov 17 2011 7:04AM
Avaya touts virtual comms for mid-sized firms
Aura system cheaper and less complex.
Oct 13 2009 6:39AM
IBM develops selective data hiding on the fly
IBM researchers say they have invented a way to selectively obscure sensitive information before it is displayed on a computer screen.
Jul 10 2009 11:00AM
Enterprises warned on open source security
A study into eleven popular open source applications has suggested that enterprises are underestimating the security risks of using the code..
Jul 22 2008 1:50PM
Enterprises embrace Web 2.0
Senior IT leaders have confirmed that so-called Web 2.0 technologies are making huge strides in the enterprise, delivering some game-changing results.
Jun 13 2008 3:27PM
Enterprises at risk from email leaks
Large enterprises continue to risk leaks from outbound email, blogs, message boards, media sharing sites and mobile devices, according to new research..
May 28 2008 7:44AM
Enterprises click with social networking
The market for enterprise social networking products, such as KickApps, Passenger and hi5, could reach US$2 billion by 2012, according to recent research..
May 13 2008 7:26AM
Enterprises must ditch silo computing
Organisations are moving from traditional hierarchies based on command and control to looser structures requiring collaboration and team work, according to a study by research firm Butler Group..
Apr 30 2008 3:15PM
Ubuntu clears path to enterprises
Linux vendor Ubuntu has made two announcements pitching itself firmly in the direction of enterprise open-source computing.
Apr 23 2008 3:26PM
Enterprises plug-in to web 2.0
Enterprise spending on web 2.0 technologies will surge over the next five years, growing 43 percent per year to reach US$4.6 billion globally by 2013, according to a new report by Forrester Research..
Apr 22 2008 3:17PM
Workers call for improved search in enterprises
A survey by search vendor Sinqua has revealed that workers feel that their employers are providing them with poor quality tools to use when searching enterprise systems.
Apr 9 2008 4:09PM
Enterprises urged to plug IM security holes
One in four employees has used instant messaging to send information about company plans, finances or password/login credentials, security experts have warned..
Mar 26 2008 7:00AM
Enterprises plug into hosted services
Fast growing acceptance of hosted services, specifically software-as-a-service, is pushing utility computing into enterprises, analysts claim..
Mar 25 2008 2:38PM
Enterprises ignore social networking at their peril
Analysts have warned that social software techniques and technologies are becoming crucial in supporting and strengthening collaboration and non-routine work in businesses..
Mar 5 2008 7:38AM
IM tools tailored for enterprises
Instant messaging (IM) provider Process One is set to launch two packages designed to enable greater collaboration among employees and offer firms new ways of engaging with their customers.
Feb 20 2008 3:36PM
Enterprises ignoring data security and privacy
Technology, media and telecoms (TMT) firms are "treading water" when it comes to data security and privacy, new research warns..
Jan 10 2008 7:31AM
Enterprises struggle with social network bans
Enterprises are having difficulty coping with the rise of social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook..
Nov 9 2007 7:52AM
Enterprises not prepared for major risks
A disturbing number of enterprises are insufficiently prepared to weather a serious 'risk event', according to an IBM report.
Oct 30 2007 6:39AM
Enterprises embrace encryption technology
Firms making 'significant strides' with data protection.
Oct 25 2007 7:40AM
'Greynets' waiting to snare enterprises
Popular instant messaging and VoIP applications are leaving enterprises in grave danger of running into financial and legal disaster, according to industry experts.
Sep 12 2007 10:59AM
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