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Corporate gaming policy

Corporate gaming policy

Video games can benefit companies by giving employees a recreational outlet to build cooperation and morale. But they can also create problems if misused. This policy will help you establish the ground...

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Conficker worm's copycat Neeris spreading over IM

Conficker worm's copycat Neeris spreading over IM

Imitation has always been a form of flattery, and that's particularly true for the cybercrime ecosystem. From the lone Chinese cybercriminals releasing DIY tools for generating malware actively exploiting the MS08-067 flaw, followed by the original Conficker worm, Microsoft's MMPC (Malware Protection Center) is reporting on a currently spreading Conficker copycat detected as Worm:Win32/Neeris.

April 7, 2009 by in Security

Expect better: IT Partner Bill of Rights

Expect better: IT Partner Bill of Rights

No question about it, the information technology business is global in reach and implementation. And while working with an IT partner in the same city can be painful enough, working with a partner 12 time zones away is fraught with risk and uncertainty.

April 7, 2009 by in Banking

IEEE 802.15.4 semiconductors to grow 79.6% by 2014

IEEE 802.15.4 semiconductors to grow 79.6% by 2014

The market for IEEE 802.15.4 semiconductors, in both consumer electronics and commercial markets, is set for significant growth over the next five years as the standard becomes the foundation for a host of applications and systems. That growth will see 802.15.4 chipset shipments grow from nearly 15 mln in 2008 to nearly 499 mln in [...]

April 7, 2009 by in Hardware

Sprint refreshes image in new ad that features Palm Pre, Twitter

Sprint refreshes image in new ad that features Palm Pre, Twitter

Long gone are the monochromatic Sprint advertisements featuring CEO Dan Hesse riding around New York.In a move to give the company a little more of the, you know, forward movement that their name indicates, Sprint has replaced Hesse with an blitzkrieg of infographics and statistics in an attempt to show (my guess) that they can handle the complicated information-driven mobile world we now live in.

April 7, 2009 by in Social Enterprise

What sustainable design means to the bottom line

Autodesk tools aim to help designers conceptualize projects on a computer before starting the costly (and energy-intense) construction process. Correspondent Sumi Das talks to the company's director of sustainability, Lynelle Cameron about how architects for the Cathedral of Christ the Light and the California Academy of Sciences used sustainable design in their structures. Cameron adds, while 'green design' isn't the top priority for all companies, she says 'sustainability' can help the bottom line and will one day be part of everyday business practices.

April 7, 2009 in Innovation

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