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Why user provisioning matters

Why user provisioning matters

All it takes is a single employee to bring an organisation's network to its knees.
Jul 6 2010 3:33PM
Interview: Why we need more ideas

Interview: Why we need more ideas

Guy Kawasaki talks venture capital, CIOs and social media.
Sep 28 2009 7:11AM
Why do Brits love open source?

Why do Brits love open source?

UK is the sixth most open-source software-friendly country in the world - behind Australia, according to research.
Apr 27 2009 6:52AM
Opinion: Why national Internet filters are pointless

Opinion: Why national Internet filters are pointless

It seems that the world plus dog is falling over itself to filter the World Wide Web in a desperate bid to protect children from things they can handle on their own.
Jan 22 2009 6:26AM
Opinion: Why SMBs cannot afford to ignore BPM

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
Why biometric technologies are catching on

Why biometric technologies are catching on

Today's world has an unprecedented need for security. From restricting access to physical resources, such as buildings and facilities, to controlling access to IT resources such as computers and networks.
Nov 7 2007 2:45PM
Why it’s better to re-use than recycle

Why it’s better to re-use than recycle

Few would question the need to recycle old hardware, but some experts argue that there is a stronger environmental and economic case for extending the useful life of IT equipment by donating it to projects in the developing world
Sep 17 2007 10:33AM
Why Vista missed the trick

Why Vista missed the trick

A project that aims to provide laptops for poor children could teach Microsoft a thing or two about security and design.
Apr 24 2007 5:01PM
Opinion: Why SaaS is the future of software delivery

Opinion: Why SaaS is the future of software delivery

WebEx Australia director Kevin Mackin argues that SaaS offers a way to avoid IT costs blowouts.
Mar 2 2007 12:49PM
Why is my spam in colour?

Why is my spam in colour?

Today one out of four emails on the internet is an image spam message. This is not because spammers have just realised the marketing benefits of captive colours. Instead, this is because the spammers have identified a weakness in many anti-spam systems and are moving diligently to maximise this opportunity by fully exploiting this weakness.
Feb 12 2007 7:31PM
Malicious World Cup website ponders why Zidane did it

Malicious World Cup website ponders why Zidane did it

In just a few weeks, Zinedine Zidane has gone from revered soccer superstar to demonized World Cup goat to bait for malicious code.
Jul 17 2006 7:44PM
Researchers detail why phishing works

Researchers detail why phishing works

Researchers from Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley released a paper last week on why users fall for phishing scams, concluding that current anti-phishing deterrents are ineffective.
Apr 6 2006 9:57PM
Why is your network firewall falling short?

Why is your network firewall falling short?

Your network is secure, your servers are safe, and you’ve done everything to protect your network, corporate assets and intellectual property. You have a network firewall, so your perimeter is secure. Your network devices and servers are only accessible through your corporate VPN via two-factor authentication, and all external ports are blocked to non-authenticated traffic.
Dec 15 2005 11:54AM
Why technology is a risky business

Why technology is a risky business

Nov 11 2005 10:53AM
Why biometrics might just bite back

Why biometrics might just bite back

Aug 26 2005 2:00PM
That's why the lady is a scam

That's why the lady is a scam

Phishers trying to find new ways to extort users are tugging on the heart strings with the story of a wheelchair-bound senior citizen.
Aug 12 2005 2:31PM
Why IPS won't break your network

Why IPS won't break your network

Back in 2003 Gartner declared Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) as dead. Whether this is true, it is an increasing reality that intrusion protection or prevention systems are increasingly becoming a part of many company's networks. While IDS may be waning, IPS (Intrusion Protection Systems) are on the up, yet there is still a pervasive feeling that such technology can cause a network to break or malfunction.
Jul 12 2005 11:28AM
Why good business is also good security

Why good business is also good security

February is a big month for SC Magazine this year. We'll be having our SC Magazine Awards ceremony and dinner for the first time in the U.S. on February 16 during the RSA Conference at San Francisco's Moscone Center. It is, by far, the biggest and swankiest event by which excellence in all things IT security is acknowledged.
Feb 22 2005 5:36PM
Why standards are important for wireless security

Why standards are important for wireless security

Industry standards play a critical role in R&D, product development and marketing initiatives which in turn help organizations meet their business objectives.
Feb 7 2005 11:33AM
Why should anti-virus products employ heuristic detection?

Why should anti-virus products employ heuristic detection?

Once upon a time, in a galaxy not so far away, there were only a few computer viruses. Little more than a curiosity to most, they were relatively rare, slow spreading and in general, more of a mythological threat than a real one. The initial anti-virus products that were created to deal with these were perfectly adequate; updated once a month or so, the customers could be fairly sure that they would be protected. Fast-forward to today’s interconnected and always-on world, and the scale of the problem is orders of magnitude above where it was back in those early days.
Nov 24 2004 2:47PM

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