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Analysis: How secure is an optical-fibre network?

Analysis: How secure is an optical-fibre network?

What IT leaders should consider.
Aug 7 2009 7:06AM
Mobile malware is stepping up

Mobile malware is stepping up

Malicious applications that infect mobile devices are going to become more prevalent.
Jul 22 2009 9:45AM
GhostNet shows protection of branch offices is important

GhostNet shows protection of branch offices is important

International companies should look to secure their regional offices and their websites and networks as robustly as their main sites.

Apr 2 2009 10:41AM
Opinion: Age is withering the mainframe's support

Opinion: Age is withering the mainframe's support

To the surprise of many, mainframes are still going strong. But can the same be said for that breed of IT worker who specialises in supporting them?
Mar 20 2009 6:33AM
Number of UK IT work visas issued is booming

Number of UK IT work visas issued is booming

The number of UK work permits issued to foreign IT workers during the last year has increased three times since the peak of the dotcom boom, according to figures obtained by the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) under the Freedom of Information Act.
Mar 11 2009 6:21AM
Unshackled EMI man says fight against file sharing is useless

Unshackled EMI man says fight against file sharing is useless

As an employee of global music giant EMI Per Erik Johansen felt the need to toe the company line when it came to the prickly subject of file sharing and illegal downloads.
Feb 16 2009 12:56AM
Opinion: IT is still the key to business prosperity

Opinion: IT is still the key to business prosperity

Even in the middle of recession, a well-managed IT project can deliver significant business benefits.
Feb 16 2009 12:50AM
Week in review: The proof is in the network

Week in review: The proof is in the network

We’ve been hearing for months that network spending has immunity from other IT budget cutbacks this year - we’ve just been waiting to see the proof.
Jan 17 2009 10:33AM
SC World Congress: A budget crisis is a terrible thing to waste

SC World Congress: A budget crisis is a terrible thing to waste

Even faced with tough budget times, there is still an opportunity, says one CISO.
Dec 12 2008 11:09AM
Medfield is the next Atom

Medfield is the next Atom

In its latest report on netbooks entitled 'Intel Atom: Netbook, Opportunity or threat?', UBS has some interesting information on the IALP/Atom roadmap. The outfit also does not think netbooks will be a net win for Intel.
Dec 8 2008 2:45PM
Laser printer ink is not as harmful as cigarettes

Laser printer ink is not as harmful as cigarettes

You no longer need to go to work wearing a gas mask as research released this week shows that laser printer toner is not harmful.
Dec 6 2008 8:19AM
Microsoft is losing market share

Microsoft is losing market share

Market research company Net Applications has reported that Microsoft is starting to lose its grip in terms of both operating system and web browser market shares.
Dec 5 2008 2:44PM
Microsoft graphics-on-CPU is warped

Microsoft graphics-on-CPU is warped

The next version of Microsoft's core desktop operating system, imaginatively named Windows 7, aka Vista SP2, may contain an interesting feature for devices with low-end graphics chipsets, or even with no GPU acceleration at all.
Dec 1 2008 2:49PM
Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management and cross-application encryption will be the next big thing, according to new research by the Ponemon Institute commissioned by PGP Corporation.

Nov 21 2008 3:55PM
Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management is crucial to cloud computing: Dunkelberger

Key management and cross-application encryption will be the next big thing, according to new research by the Ponemon Institute commissioned by PGP Corporation.

Nov 21 2008 3:35PM
Future is rank for 3,000 Xerox employees

Future is rank for 3,000 Xerox employees

Tech giant Xerox is the latest company to announce large-scale redundancies and blame it on the current economic turmoil.
Oct 27 2008 6:49AM
The future of mobile is surface

The future of mobile is surface

Forget mere touch screens - the whole surface of a mobile phone will soon act as the UI for a mobile phone according to Abhijit Kabra, a mobile guru for Accenture.
Oct 23 2008 6:48AM
Opera maverick is still making waves

Opera maverick is still making waves

Trivia quiz: Which browser was the first to implement tabs, integrated search, zoom, saved sessions, and runs on mobile phones and TVs? Hint: it wasn't Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Chrome.
Oct 9 2008 7:39AM
SAP says it is hurting

SAP says it is hurting

German business software outfit, SAP said that it is suffering badly from the economic downturn.
Oct 8 2008 6:55AM
Opinion: Dynamic contrast ratio is the new evil in displays

Opinion: Dynamic contrast ratio is the new evil in displays

Consumer digital displays (oh alright, LCD TVs and some LCD computer monitors) are getting steadily better across the board. But in an attempt to lure customers, the companies that make them have resorted to adding crap to their displays that reduces the overall picture quality.
Oct 3 2008 5:35PM

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