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Facebook takes top spot with over a third of internet visits

Facebook takes top spot with over a third of internet visits

Latest Google data shows social networking domination.
May 31 2010 7:13AM
Salesforce launches Force.com sites and free edition

Salesforce launches Force.com sites and free edition

Customers able to host full web sites in the cloud.
Jun 16 2009 6:00AM
The ACCC shares its views on next generation telecommunications networks

The ACCC shares its views on next generation telecommunications networks

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has issued for public consultation two papers related to next generation telecommunications networks.
Dec 18 2007 6:26AM
Industry views: Who's stealing your brand name?

Industry views: Who's stealing your brand name?

It has been estimated that there are US$50 billion of illegal counterfeit and gray market goods sold on the internet annually and with the amazing growth in popularity of online auction sites and business-to-business (B2B) exchanges, all indications are that this trend is going to get worse before it gets better.
Nov 21 2006 10:23PM
Industry views: Encryption certainly not going anywhere

Industry views: Encryption certainly not going anywhere

No one questions that email is universally adopted. It is in the mainstream. And despite the huge advantages of personal and corporate productivity, the open nature of the internet has made email vulnerable to interception and even alteration by malicious parties. As the risks to the privacy and security of email messaging have grown, so have efforts to protect it.
Nov 7 2006 8:15PM
Industry Views: Wireless, compliance two drivers of strong investment in IT security

Industry Views: Wireless, compliance two drivers of strong investment in IT security

Security remains a key growth area for venture capital investment and shows no sign of slowing down. Although the IPO market may be weak (as it is for nearly all categories of venture investment), mergers and acquisitions (M&A) are on the rise. And many new security companies are being created. Think about these compelling statistics:
Aug 28 2006 6:55PM
Industry Views: Investment opportunities will remain in security even if glare of terror threat fades

Industry Views: Investment opportunities will remain in security even if glare of terror threat fades

While it may not always be politic to point out, the genius of markets lies in their ability to generate value in the aftermath of even the most horrific tragedies. In the wake of 9/11, for example, the security sector became - almost overnight - a productive and patriotic destination for venture and other forms of capital. Even while the sector's "15 minutes" appear to be ticking toward a close, relatively constant market dynamics within the security space ensure that opportunities will continue to abound for those who know where to look for them.
Aug 13 2006 10:50PM
Industry views: What's consolidation doing to development?

Industry views: What's consolidation doing to development?

With the recent announcement that EMC will be buying RSA Security, it is clear that the consolidation wave is rolling through the identity authentication and management space. This wave probably began in December of 2005 when RSA bought Cyota, but while that deal could be viewed as a one-off acquisition of a private company by a much larger public company, this $2 billion acquisition signals the start of real changes to come.
Aug 1 2006 3:57PM
Industry views: Look for more spending on convergence, insider threats

Industry views: Look for more spending on convergence, insider threats

The speed of change in IT security is intense and often seemingly chaotic. Security solutions today must constantly morph to reflect not only the shifting needs of customers, but also the advancing capabilities of security threats. The proliferation and progression of DoS attacks and phishing sites, to name a few, demand new means to detect and block criminals. Senior executives, meanwhile, want simplicity and better command and control over the many security solutions they implement. Despite this ever-changing landscape, there are, however, a number of general trends that, from our view as investors, are likely to organize and drive development of IT security products and services over the near and intermediate term.
Jul 18 2006 8:19PM
Give us your views in our 2005 survey

Give us your views in our 2005 survey

Nov 10 2005 4:38PM

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