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November 13, 2011 by

Firms ignore govt security plans: Symantec

Organisations responsible for the security and well-being of Australia's infrastructure are less aware of the government's own protection plans and less willing to cooperate with them than in previous years, according to a survey released by Symantec today.

October 13, 2010 by

Govts, businesses team up against cyberthreats

While the U.K. urges greater defense on cyberattacks, enterprises worldwide are starting to build serious safeguards against politically-motivated threats, with many partnering governments to protect critical infrastructure, finds a Symantec survey.

April 7, 2009 by

Veritas CommandCentral Disaster Recovery Advisor

Symantec, a long time player in the virtualiation technology market, has just launched the Veritas CommandCentral Disaster Recovery Advisor. It is designed to help organizations evaluate their disaster recovery plans by scanning the organization's IT infrastructure and comparing what it sees to a very large knowledgebase of potential problems.

November 25, 2008 by

Symantec puts value of underground transactions at $275M

Those of you looking for statistics to justify your security budgets for next year, look no further: Symantec has released their view of the underground economy as it has evolved over the past year.The qualitative information in the report is amusing, but the quantitative information has far more value to anyone trying to build a justification for infrastructure and security services related to PCI-DSS.

July 23, 2004 by

Michigan, Washington and Virginia have the best e-government programs

Sponsored by Hewlett Packard, Intuit, Microsoft, and Symantec, the 2004 e-government survey by The Center for Digital Government examined over 60 measurements in four broad areas - service delivery, architecture and infrastructure, collaboration, and leadership. The US states with the top e-government programs are Michigan, Washington, Virginia, Indiana and Arizona.

December 14, 1998 by

Leader: Raw Iron or Wintel - battle lines are drawn

When and Oracle and Sun add some flesh to their Raw Iron initiative today, they will re-open that oldest of chestnuts: do we really need the stuff Microsoft is throwing at us? More importantly, while much of that debate has in the past been resolutely at the mud-slinging level, Oracle and Sun will get the chance to prove whether there is a market opportunity for an appliance server alternative to Wintel that runs only Java.


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