Stories by Cathleen Moore

  • IMlogic launches IM threat protection

    The number of worm and virus attacks crashing into corporations through IM is skyrocketing. This unsettling trend is forcing enterprise IT managers to finally get serious about securing corporate networks against IM malware.

  • Microsoft demos RSS features in IE 7

    Whether the content streams are eventually called RSS ,Web feeds or some other name, a key design goal of the forthcoming Internet Explorer 7 is to let users easily subscribe to blogs and websites via Really Simple Syndication (RSS).

  • IBM and Avaya team up for VOIP

    IBM and Avaya announced a partnership on Wednesday designed to bring integrated audio and VOIP to Big Blue's e-mail, IM, and Web conferencing products.

  • Vendors link authentication with federated identity

    Security vendors Entrust and Trustgenix on Wednesday announced an alliance designed to strengthen the security of federated identity management relationships. The companies made the announcement at the Burton Group's Catalyst Conference in San Diego.

  • Novell preps Linux Desktop 10

    Linux is ready for the corporate desktop, and the forthcoming version of Novell's Linux Desktop offering will go head-to-head against Windows, Novell executives said here this week at the company's annual BrainShare gathering.

  • IBM maps its information-management plan

    IBM later this month plans to release updated versions of its DB2 content- and document-management products, featuring tighter integration among the portfolio. The move sets in motion Big Blue's longer-term strategy to create an integrated information-management platform that supports customers' mixed repository environments.

  • Microsoft unveils IM client, outlines Office vision

    Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates on Tuesday outlined Microsoft's vision for collaboration and communication within the Office System product lineup, introducing a new IM client and enhancements to the company's IM server and Web conferencing application.

  • A Vision for the workplace

    IBM has broadened its Workplace architecture for component-based application delivery and placed it at the centre of its managed applications vision. Cathleen Moore sat down with vice-president of Workplace products in the Lotus Software group, Ken Bisconti, to talk about the recent launch of IBM’s Workplace Client Technology rich client platform.