As monitoring tools become more prevalent, companies are getting a better idea of how much sensitive data is being compromised, and insecure e-mail is a major culprit. Why a toilet paper manufacturer should be concerned about data loss
In a day of executive shakeups intended to put its boardroom scandal in the past, Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) Tuesday announced that Chief Executive Officer and President Mark Hurd would replace Patricia Dunn as chairman, and that board member George Keyworth had resigned, with immediate effect.
In a setback for Microsoft Corp., a Redmond, Washington, defector and high-ranking Google Inc. executive will be able to help the Mountain View, California, company set up a research and development facility in China in the coming months while a case over his hiring comes to trial in January 2006, a judge decided.
Employees' cavalier use of the Internet and email has become a serious security risk for companies as confidential information threatens to leak through their systems, according to a study from market researcher NFO InDepth Interactive, a division of NFO WorldGroup Inc.