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Comment: Yet another tale of Vista upgrade woe

Comment: Yet another tale of Vista upgrade woe

Industry expert Clive Longbottom shares the pain of a Vista upgrade.
Feb 21 2007 10:56AM
Yet another Adobe Reader vulnerability discovered

Yet another Adobe Reader vulnerability discovered

A new vulnerability in Adobe Reader was reported today, joining a handful of other recently-discovered flaws affecting the popular software used to read PDF files.
Jan 10 2007 4:50PM
VoIP not yet saviour of PSTN providers

VoIP not yet saviour of PSTN providers

Despite recording 500 percent growth, VoIP revenues across Australia are not yet sufficient to cover the massive decline in telco voice revenues.
Aug 17 2006 2:21PM
Don't declare victory over Sober yet

Don't declare victory over Sober yet

Although the latest variant of the Sober worm has so far been all bark and no bite, some security experts have warned PC users that the bilingual virus' threat isn’t over yet.
Jan 9 2006 9:05PM
Debate: IP telephony is insecure and cannot be used in an organisation’s infrastructure just yet

Debate: IP telephony is insecure and cannot be used in an organisation’s infrastructure just yet

Dec 9 2005 5:21PM
CA hit by yet more vulnerabilities

CA hit by yet more vulnerabilities

Computer Associates is warning customers of yet more flaws affecting a large swathe of its products.
Aug 24 2005 2:48PM
Corporations spend millions on single sign-on, yet don’t achieve their security goals

Corporations spend millions on single sign-on, yet don’t achieve their security goals

Single sign-on (SSO) has gained great popularity, but due to confusion in the marketplace, decision makers in many organizations don’t realize that SSO alone doesn’t adequately address their security requirements, nor does it address issues of compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, the European Privacy Directives, HIPAA and other regulations. Though implementing SSO can be part of a good security infrastructure, it is only one aspect. Companies that don’t understand this can spend millions without accomplishing their goals.
Aug 10 2004 4:47PM
Linux not ready to kill Unix -- yet

Linux not ready to kill Unix -- yet

Despite the relentless march of Linux, major vendors believe commercial Unix releases aren't ready for the scrapheap yet.
Jan 19 2004 12:00AM

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