Ten top Macs

Back before Apple Inc. made computers that fit in your pocket, it made computers that fit on your desk. Some were big-box machines, others were not so portable portables and still others were

Published on: January 15th, 2009 Michael DeAgonia

Apple users warned against MacGuard

Intego , makers of VirusBarrier and other security software for the Macintosh, issued a security warning for Mac users on Friday advising them against the use of an application called "MacGuard." The company

Published on: October 20th, 2008 Peter Cohen

Network puts Windows Server 2008 to the test

We tested Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition RTM on a switched Gigabit Ethernet D-Link network using primarily a Dell 1950 server equipped with a dual quad-core 1.6GHz CPU, 32GB of dynamic RAM, two

Published on: February 24th, 2008 Network World staff

Mac Attack – Apple’s new ad campaigns go for the jugular

Sometimes, Apple's television ads generate as much buzz as the products they're promoting. The ads that make up the company's recently launched "Get a Mac" campaign are no exception. In heavy rotation on

Published on: May 12th, 2006 Mathew Honan

Is an iPod a day enough for Apple?

If our intelligence is even remotely correct, then the fortunes of Apple Computer Inc. should matter little to you. That’s because Mac’s footprint on the corporate level is miniscule in comparison to Windows,

Published on: October 27th, 2004 Michael MacMillan

Quick Hits: Satanic tix; Devil duckie; Mike knows PCs

'Passion' tickets deemed unholy A Georgia movie theatre recently drew complaints from some customers after its computer randomly assigned the number 666 to tickets for Mel Gibson's new film, "The Passion of the

Published on: March 18th, 2004 ComputerWorld Canada staff

Vulnerabilities uncovered in Cisco VPN client software

New vulnerabilties discovered in the Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN) 5000 Client software could allow an attacker to gain root access to a local workstation running the VPN client software or to capture

Published on: September 24th, 2002 Paul Roberts

Vulnerabilities uncovered in Cisco VPN client software

New vulnerabilties discovered in the Cisco Virtual Private Network (VPN) 5000 Client software could allow an attacker to gain root access to a local workstation running the VPN client software or to capture

Published on: September 19th, 2002 Paul Roberts

Founder Gassee leaves Be

Jean-Louis Gassee, founder and CEO of operating system company Be Inc., resigned Monday as the company winds up after being bought by handheld vendor Palm Inc. in August last year. Dan Johnston, Be's

Published on: January 3rd, 2002 David Legard