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Your PC has 20 minutes before infection sets in

Your PC has 20 minutes before infection sets in

According to the Internet Storm Center, an unpatched Windows PC connected to the Internet will last for only about 20 minutes on average before it's compromised by malware. In 2003, a PC could last around 40 minutes before an invasion.

August 17, 2004 by in PCs

The blame game

The blame game

In his blog, leadership Guru Tom Brown says,"Blaming other managers and reorganizing are time-tested techniques used by top managers repeatedly over the last 100 years. Usually such responses to management crises inject widespread fear and, sometimes, short-term performance spikes.

August 16, 2004 by in CXO


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