Why software quality stinks

Why software quality stinks

Software still stinks. The Cutter Consortium, an Arlington, Mass.-based IT consulting and advisory service, recently surveyed more than 150 software...

December 31st, 2003 Jon Surmacz
Web services grow in spite of problems

Web services grow in spite of problems

The bigger the house, the harder it is to keep in order. General Motors Corp., number two on the Fortune...

December 31st, 2003 Eric Knorr
War of the worms

War of the worms

Antivirus firm Sophos PLC named the SoBig-F worm as the hardest hitting virus of 2003, accounting for almost a fifth...

December 31st, 2003 Wendy Brewer
War against cyber attacks heats up

War against cyber attacks heats up

This New Year will offer weary network administrators little respite from a new generation of Internet worms, viruses and targeted...

December 31st, 2003 Paul Roberts
Video tools close in on that long distance feeling

Video tools close in on that long distance feeling

Video instant messaging and videoconferencing are becoming harder to tell apart, both in quality and in price. New products shown...

December 31st, 2003 Laura Blackwell
Starbucks serves security with customer service

Starbucks serves security with customer service

People often talk about embedding the practice of security into the business processes of an enterprise. Francis D'Addario, the CSO...

December 31st, 2003 Staff
Security vendor promotes preventive measures

Security vendor promotes preventive measures

That SQL Slammer was global in three minutes proves the increased speed of cyber attacks. That speed and greater exposures...

December 31st, 2003 Staff
Security spending booms in N.A.

Security spending booms in N.A.

Small, medium, and large organizations in North America are increasing their spending on security products and services over the next...

December 31st, 2003 Staff
Making sure your defences keep pace

Making sure your defences keep pace

Unless you own a car dealership or hold an executive position with Amazon.com, you're probably going with "B," right? Ah,...

December 31st, 2003 Daintry Duffy