Now that you're getting a handle on the tricks of the anti-spam trade, the time is ripe to shift some of that attention to preventing outbound e-mails containing sensitive information from escaping the boundaries of your network. Unintended leaks of proprietary corporate content by a company's own employees can result in heavy revenue losses, legal penalties, lost credibility, and conflict with privacy and data security regulations.
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Joe Brockmeier is optimistic about...
eWeek's Steven Vaughan-Nichols has written an alarming report regarding Microsoft's publication of a Royalty-Free Protocol License Agreement. The agreement starts off by saying "If You want a license from Microsoft to implement one or more Protocol(s) (as defined below), You must (1) complete the designated information in the box below, (2) check one or more boxes on Exhibit A, and (3) sign and return this Agreement AS IS to Microsoft.
A few trendy hotels are offering guests the use of Apple iPods loaded with music.
Kim Cameron, Microsoft's architect for digital identity (including Active...
Microsoft has taken steps to address customers who are increasingly reluctant to move quickly to new operating systems, but continue to demand new features without waiting for extending periods of time. The company has begun trickling features to market through feature packs and a new type of upgrade, the optional feature release.
In August of last year, a UK retailer tested a clever anti-theft system for a brand of razor blades that has the distinction of being the most-shoplifted product in Europe.
Rob Lemos writes about the impact of putting a price on the head of virus writers...so far the bounties haven't done much to deter worm and virus writers...
On November 15th it's going to be Sarbanes-Oxley show time for many organizations. (Public companies with a market capitalization of $75 million of more must meet the Nov.