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The ongoing Microsoft security saga--including a steady stream of 'critical' Windows flaws and more Windows XP Service Pack 2 delays--calls into question the status of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Initiative. David Berlind looks for answers from Mike Nash, corporate vice president of Microsoft's Security Business Unit...
Does it make sense to outsource e-mail? If your...
According to recent META Group research, users who lease the software component of storage subsystems can end up repeatedly paying for the same licensed software capacity, significantly inflating the cost of storage software.
Peter Cohrane has come up with the ultimate location-based back-up solution for protecting vital digital assets against any terrorism, cyberattacks, natural disasters or other conflagrations. "Two locations strike me as being ideal for the mass data back-up of all our most vital data: deep in the ice of the Antarctic or, perhaps even better, the far side of the moon.
President Bush is scheduled to sign the Identity Theft Penalty Enhancement Act (ITPEA) today.
A group of self-identified hackers has set up shop online to sell what it claims are files containing confidential software code--and it says it's ready to take orders for more.
ZDNet News: After years of mudslinging, Microsoft, America Online and Yahoo on Thursday will make a surprising overture toward peace in the instant-messaging wars. The companies will announce that later this year Microsoft's Live Communications Server (LCS), which offers instant messaging for corporate users, will connect with AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and its own MSN Messenger.