Enterprises are not prepared for the security threats posed by Web 2.0 technologies, because they use insufficient Web filtering and have failed to train users and make employees aware of potential risks, a vendor-sponsored survey claims.
Increased computer usage and better e-mail and Web access may narrow the digital divide, although globalization critics may perceive such changes as a threat to local cultures and economies, a new Pew Research Center study suggests.
Sun Microsystems may change its product offerings within 18 months, following a merger of its storage and server businesses into a new group called Sun Systems.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking an urgent injunction to restrain US vendor, StoresOnline, from selling its e-commerce software in Australia.
Peripherals distributor, Impact Systems, has inked a deal with Internet video supplier, Viocorp.
Niche power supply distributor, Actiontec, has added APlus gaming cases to its portfolio.
The City of Bayswater, located north of Perth and with a population of roughly 56,000 inhabitants, has implemented a new spatial viewer called 'CitySpatial', delivering access to multiple corporate databases for all council staff via a browser-based Web interface.
Cisco's dominance in enterprise networking doesn't necessarily mean it is the only game in town -- or that you jeopardize job security by bypassing Cisco.
EBay has significantly boosted its advertising revenue since last year, but some sellers worry that the company's efforts in this area are driving potential buyers away from the online marketplace.
In a move to jump-start growth in the business intelligence arena, SAP will acquire Business Objects for around US$6.78 billion.
Enterasys Networks next week is expected to roll out a 10Gbps intrusion detection and prevention system for its Dragon switches.
Apple said it is investigating lockup problems with the newest line of iMac desktop computers after customers flooded the company's support forums with complaints last week.
Though LTE has more long-term potential, WiMAX will benefit from having a two-year head start in the market for fourth-generation network, says a new study by ABI Research.
BMC has closed a deal to acquire Emprisa Networks, equipping the management software maker with network device configuration technology that it will use to augment its IT process automation and business service management product suites.
According to Microsoft, Xbox 360 sales have more than doubled since Halo 3's release on September 25. Additionally, the game attracted almost three million players to Xbox Live.
An US man says his iPod Nano caught fire in his pants.
IBM has announced software and services designed to help organisations with 1,000 to 5,000 staff quickly and easily install tools to manage networks and standardise software development and delivery practices.
Games developers have slammed the Federal government for ignoring the revenue they create while offering 40 per cent rebates to other entertainment producers such as the Australian film and TV industry.
NSW infrastructure solutions provider, Tardis Services, has opened a $150,000 IBM demonstration and proof-of-concept centre inside its North Ryde headquarters.
Microsoft's research arm has been quietly collecting data through an add-on service to its Windows Live Toolbar to determine how often Web users actually fall prey to phishing attacks.
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