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GFI LanGuard

GFI LanGuard is an award-winning vulnerability and patch management solution trusted by tens of thousands of businesses to protect...

September 12, 2013 By GFI Software

Gamification and VC's spotty bubble

LinkedIn's soaring share price after the company's recent IPO is only the most obvious example of the current boom in Silicon Valley. Leading the hype is "gamification", the use of game mechanics in non-game business applications.

June 13, 2011

Social business + cloud != revolution

NetSuite's partnership with Yammer "adds social" to business software, just like Salesforce.com's Chatter. But is the social buzzword really a business revolution?

May 15, 2011

For efficiency, send your workers home!

Two companies have found that when staff work from home they are not only happier, but they're more productive as well. So how can you send your workers home?

September 19, 2010

SecureCentral PatchQuest

SecureCentral PatchQuest is automated patch management software for distributing and managing patches, security hot fixes, and updates...

April 4, 2005 By ZOHO

Cisco plugs holes in Voice Portal, SSH implementation

It's Patch Day in the land of Cisco.The network routing and switching giant today released three security bulletins with patches for multiple vulnerabilities affecting the Cisco Voice Portal and the Secure Shell server (SSH) implementation in Cisco IOS.

May 21, 2008 by

Skype: This time you get a "C" grade

Skype has provided more details about the connection between Windows Update and the company's recent 30-hour outage:The Microsoft Update patches were merely a catalyst — a trigger — for a series of events that led to the disruption of Skype, not the root cause of it.The high number of post-update reboots affected Skype’s network resources.

August 20, 2007 by

Cisco.com goes dark on patch day

On the same day Cisco released patches for multiple operating system and software vulnerabilities, the network routing and switching vendor suffered an outage that knocked the Cisco.com offline for about three hours.

August 9, 2007 by

Oracle defends security record

Oracle has shrugged off criticisms of its recent security record, saying that one of the company's biggest concerns is that its customers are so used to being secure that they are not used to applying patches.Hasan Rizvi, vice president of security products at Oracle, told ZDNet Australia  on Wednesday that unlike rival Microsoft, security has always been a high priority at the database maker.

February 8, 2006 by

23% of corporate networks rely on users applying security patches themselves

More than 65% of IT managers surveyed by LanDesk are continuing to experience security breaches and are seeking additional methods of securing their organization beyond just anti-virus software. 60% of respondents said that their organization does not have a way of scanning devices attempting to connect to their network and quarantining any system that does not meet their company's security requirements.

January 31, 2006 by

Cisco customers have a 'hygiene' problem

Cisco's customers are not accustomed to regularly updating the operating system on their network hardware, which has left many of them with a 'hygiene' problem when it comes to security, according to Cisco's chief security officer John Stewart.According to Stewart, Cisco's customers have not had to deal with the problems traditionally associated with operating systems like Windows, Linux and Mac OS, which regularly require patches to fix newly discovered security issues.

October 19, 2005 by

Learn from Microsoft's mistakes: Cisco told

Cisco Systems should follow Microsoft's example and create a streamlined patching system for fixing vulnerabilities, according to IT specialists. The networking giant has been under fire after security researcher Michael Lynn last week outlined how to attack its Internetworking Operating System (IOS) to gain control over and shut down a router.

August 4, 2005 by

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