The regulatory landscape has given organizations newfound awareness of the business criticality of data contained in email and instant messaging. This means that they are enforcing policies with archiving solutions to meet the requirements of such regulations as HIPPA.
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According to a report in Infoworld, IBM has distributed an internal memo to users of its more than 400,000 Windows systems asking them not to install Microsoft's Service Pack 2 even though it was released on Friday.
In an e-mail exhange, Gartner Group vice president and research fellow John Pescatore concurs with my recommendation that buyers hold off...
Barely two days after news surfaced that the second service pack...
Microsoft held its meeting for financial analysts last week where it described the nuts and bolts of what it is doing for the next year.
Anti-virus companies and security researchers may be jumping the gun when pinning the blame of a newly discovered exploit on an old worm.
Just when everyone from businesses to consumers are getting hip to the idea of layered...
A security researcher has revealed the details of six buffer overflow vulnerabilities in the PNG (portable network graphics) open-source image format.
As Windows security and virus woes continue and SP2 remains in a suspended animation, many vendors at LinuxWorld are trying to capitalize on Microsoft's follies.