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Shoretel and Skype hook up for business calls
Free calls into the office for Skype users.
Sep 10 2009 3:28PM
Researchers fret over new Microsoft SMB vulnerability
Microsoft has recognized a zero-day vulnerability in its SMB protocol that, experts say, might warrant an out-of-band patch.
Sep 10 2009 9:04AM
BBC criticised over web site launches
An influential UK Committee has demanded the BBC "exhibit extreme caution before launching any further commercial web sites" in a report attacking the lack of transparency surrounding the activity of its commercial arm BBC Worldwide
Apr 9 2009 5:51AM
Opinion: Silence fuels unease over IT offshoring
Key issues affecting Indian outsourcing were off the agenda at the country’s big trade show.
Mar 6 2009 6:08AM
Pirate Bay employees go on trial over copyright law charges
Four men have gone on trial in Sweden for breaking copyright law, in a case that could have wider implications for the industry.
Feb 17 2009 11:19AM
HMRC under fire over site security
The UK HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) agency is facing fresh criticism over its security policies after users complained that its tax self-assessment web site reveals their password in the URL address bar.
Jan 29 2009 6:57AM
IEEE forges ahead with BPL draft standard
Broadband Over Powerline (BPL) has moved a step closer with the IEEE P1901 working group approving the baseline for a draft standard.
Jan 9 2009 12:20PM
Pentagon recalls USB sticks over virus fears
Security concerns over global malware epidemic.
Nov 25 2008 9:41AM
Alarms sounded over flash drive infections
The US Computer Emergency Response Team (US-Cert) is warning users and administrators to be on the lookout following the discovery of a malware outbreak being spread via USB keys.
Nov 21 2008 3:25PM
Now that the election's over, holiday season spam begins
Spammers have launched their 2008 holiday season spam campaigns using email to tout pharmaceutical products and casino spam with a Christmas angle.
Nov 10 2008 5:37PM
Fraud-as-a-service looms over firms
Newly organised methods of online criminal activity are threatening to democratise fraud and undermine banks and online traders, according to security experts at this year’s RSA Conference Europe.
Oct 29 2008 11:56AM
Legislators under fire over heavy-handed security rules
Firms being forced to spend unnecessarily on perceived IT security risks, say
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Oct 28 2008 2:31PM
Norway ISO members walk out over OOXML
Norwegian members of the Technical Committee of that country's International Standards Organisation (ISO) body Standard Norge have resigned their posts to protest the approval of Microsoft's OOXML document formats proposal in defiance of the majority recommendation.
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Samsung may take over SanDisk
Consumer electronics and memory chip vendor Samsung is reportedly in talks to by flash storage vendor SanDisk.
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Sony sued over Blu-Ray, again
Orinda Intellectual Properties USA claims patent infringement
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CIOs confused over how to calculate carbon footprint
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Cyber lawyers fall out over MySpace suicide
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SAP users cry foul over support fee hike
Business software maker SAP has been asked to reconsider the increase in its Enterprise Support costs by its UK and Ireland User Group.
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New York threatens Comcast over child pornography
The Attorney General of New York State Andrew Cuomo is threatening Comcast with legal action unless it signs up to a pledge to ban its customers from viewing child pornography..
Jul 24 2008 4:17PM
US government sued over tracking mobile phones
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) are suing the US Department of Justice (DOJ) for details of its ability to track individuals via their mobile phones..
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