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Deception technology grows and evolves

Deception technology grows and evolves

Deception technologies such as honeypots are becoming increasingly popular with enterprises as the products get more flexible and the tools allow security analysts swamped with…

Why Linux is a desktop flop

Why Linux is a desktop flop

It’s free, easier to use than ever, IT staffers know it and love it, and it has fewer viruses and Trojans than  Windows. It’s already…

7 reasons why Linux is a desktop flop

7 reasons why Linux is a desktop flop

SLIDESHOW 1. Free is a misnomer Microsoft Windows licenses are typically bundled in with the purchase price of new computers — switching to Linux doesn’t…

Vendors Releasing Same Software on Parallel Tracks

Vendors Releasing Same Software on Parallel Tracks

Plenty of companies sell proprietary software: Microsoft, Apple and Oracle, for example. And many companies, such as Red Hat and IBM, make money by selling…

Five 3D virtual environments for the enterprise

Five 3D virtual environments for the enterprise

Immersive virtual environments — such as Second Life and some enterprise-friendly alternatives — have traditionally required users to download special software and learn a difficult…

Companies Explore Private Virtual Worlds

Companies Explore Private Virtual Worlds

CSI: NY in Second Life. Alternatives to Second Life provide security while boosting productivity Meetings, conferences and training programs in a…

iPads storm the enterprise

iPads storm the enterprise

As global accounts director at Altus, Inc., Michelle Klatt’s job is to visit Fortune 500 companies and demonstrate her firm’s video management software. When the…

Five iPad Safety Tips

Five iPad Safety Tips

1. Encrypt, encrypt, encrypt. There are two parts to the data encryption challenge – encrypting stored data, and encrypting data that’s moving over public networks,…

OppenheimerFunds Gets Return on Investment from Agile and SOA

OppenheimerFunds Gets Return on Investment from Agile and SOA

OppenheimerFunds used to have a data entry efficiency problem. Address changes that customers made on its website had to be manually re-entered into a variety…

Open Source – China’s Bet on Linux

Open Source – China’s Bet on Linux

As China prepares to become a full member of the World Trade Organization, the Beijing government is trying to prove to the West that it…