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After a lot of (well-deserved) public outcry, Microsoft has decided to let the 20+ laid-off employees to whom it paid too much severance keep the money.
Coghead's new owner SAP will impose a lock-out from April 30, leaving all its current customers in the impossible position of having around eight weeks to completely rewrite all their applications on an entirely new platform.
Cybersecurity experts from the US government are set to spark a 'complete revolution' with a list of IT security actions for organisations
Microsoft, portrayed as a Scrooge for asking laid-off workers to repay erroneous severance overpayments, has had a change of heart. Today, Microsoft human resources chief Lisa Brummel told CNET that "it didn't make sense for us to continue on the path we were on.
Bad news, good hackers, and compliance are driving encryption adoption. This briefing covers encryption technologies, trends, and elements of planning and strategy.
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The company plans to give away the XenServer hypervisor, but will hold back certain key management features
So you’ve got a 24-inch screen now for your PC. And you’re thinking of buying an Internet-connected 40” HDTV for your living room.
The upcoming version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution will have a new look, along with functionality to let users deploy their own clouds and cloud-based services
As further proof that no one is immune to making mistakes, two of the algorithms competing to be the next hash standard were found to contain buffer overflows.The government board in charge of nominating standard cryptographic algorithms, NIST, has been holding a competition to choose the next standard hash scheme.
The 3-day Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming (PPoPP 2009) conference ended last week with a session on parallel compilers and tools, another on high end computing software, and a keynote by ACM fellow Jack Dennis. Although the last day was a short one, it was not light on content.
eBay solutions provider Auctiva.com suffered a malware attack during the weekend, resulting in a "this site may harm your computer" badware warning which affected hundreds of thousands of customers and their eBay auctions.
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Cybersecurity experts from the U.S. government are set to spark a 'complete revolution' with a list of IT security actions for organizations.
update Singapore's national authentication framework needs critical mass of transactions, observers say, but local banks may choose to retain their own two-factor setup for now.
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