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It takes courage to admit your product is insecure

It takes courage to admit your product is insecure

07/25/2007

Kudos to Mozzila's chief security officer, Window Snyder (yes, that's his real name), who wrote on this blog recently that Firefox was

Streets – and data centres – of San Fran go dark

Streets – and data centres – of San Fran go dark

A power outage that hit San Francisco last night has also underscored the vulnerability of IT equipment associated with some...

July 25th, 2007 Shane Schick
HP still has a lot of catching up to do

HP still has a lot of catching up to do

Even after spending more than US$1 billion on Opsware, HP is nowhere near the software provider IBM is. And that's...

July 24th, 2007 Shane Schick
Oh, to be a Big Blue intern . . .

Oh, to be a Big Blue intern . . .

I got a pitch today from IBM, seeing if we were interested in writing about its Extreme Blue program for...

July 24th, 2007 Shane Schick
The pen is not mightier than the encryption software

The pen is not mightier than the encryption software

Everyone in the security sector seems to be worried about endpoint security, including Symantec. I was at one of their...

July 24th, 2007 Shane Schick
Blogged down

Blogged down

By Joaquim P. Menezes - “To blog or not to blog.”That isn’t the question – to die-hard champions of corporate...

July 23rd, 2007 Joaquim Menezes
Hacked: One iPhone

Hacked: One iPhone

Well, that didn't take long. While the rest of us were enjoying the warmer weather on Sunday, a group of...

July 23rd, 2007 Shane Schick
Cell phones? Not in my back yard

Cell phones? Not in my back yard

This past weekend my wife and I went up to her family cottage, and it was everything we hoped it...

July 23rd, 2007 Shane Schick
A cleaner green message

A cleaner green message

News from across the pond that a UK environmental group has set up a forum to help IT folks navigate...

July 23rd, 2007 Greg Enright