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Half of employees ignore social media policy
Cisco urges companies to get a firmer grip on social networking.
Jul 28 2010 1:09PM
Opinion: Why SMBs cannot afford to ignore BPM
Paul Berger, managing director of Australian owned business software company, Happen Business, (pictured), talks to CRN about Business Process Management.
Nov 24 2008 3:04PM
Linux netbook thieves ignore laptops
Elonex web books that are preloaded with Ubuntu Linux and currently featured at Carphone Warehouse in Bracknell, UK are apparently is such high demand that thieving opportunists stole a display model.
Aug 28 2008 7:48AM
Facebook safeguards ignore enterprise users
The recent implementation of security safeguards to protect Facebook users will do little to help enterprises manage the risks associated with staff using the site, security experts claim..
May 16 2008 4:01PM
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
IT managers ignore software compliance
Companies risk criminal charges, fines and unspecified losses, report finds.
Oct 30 2006 11:28AM
Letter: Don't ignore the opinions of CSOs
Your "Crime watch" feature (SC August, p30) made for interesting reading - it's always good to get a snapshot of what the latest threats are. While I have the utmost respect for the industry experts quoted, I would have liked to have seen a little more comment from those charged with protecting their organisations: the CSOs and their teams.
Sep 4 2006 3:56PM
Ignore application security at your peril!
With malicious attacks at an all time high, the emphasis put on securing the corporate network has led to many companies investing in technologies such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems. Yet whilst companies have been busy securing the network, they have largely ignored the area of application security.
Sep 19 2005 2:26PM
Companies ignore dos and don'ts of DoS
Nearly three-quarters of businesses think they are safe from DoS attacks when they have less than adequate protection in place.
Aug 31 2005 3:49PM
Irish firms ignore disaster recovery
A third of all Irish businesses have admitted that they have no disaster recovery measures in place to protect themselves from serious network outages, a recent survey carried out by IDC has revealed.
Sep 30 2004 10:14AM
Don’t ignore pentests
Gunter Ollmann explains what an investigative penetration test can reveal to the client and, maybe, the host.
Mar 12 2004 4:52PM
European users ignore virus and spam threats
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