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Kaspersky upgrades KOSS suite

Windows 7 support and easy deployment are two big advantages to Kaspersky

CIA endorses cloud computing, but only internally

While it can improve security, the agency won't be outsourcing data to Google or Amazon

A Royal Pain – British courts’ IT system won’t work on Windows

Much has been said about the British fondness for tradition, but this borders on being trapped in a time warp. CREST, which stands for the Crown Court Electronic Support System, still needs data to be manually entered into the system causing huge backlogs as well as risks of error and duplication

WEBINAR: Security Threats and Solutions

IT World Canada's John Pickett moderates as John Quin of Info-Tech Research, Darren Leroux of HP Canada and Dennis Morgan of Intel discuss the security paradigm of tomorrow. Sponsored by Hewlett-Packard and Intel

IT jobs shuffled by storage revolution

The growing flood of data that enterprises create and consume is doing more than giving rise to new storage technologies. It's also changing who is responsible for storage within IT departments.

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