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Wireless VPNs not as safe as you’d want

People tend to fixate on the "private" in virtual public network. Users sitting in Starbucks work on their laptops thinking they're using a VPN so it's safe. It's not. Here are some tips for the CISO or CSO on how to select a safe and secure VPN

Kace launches iPhone management software

A software module is designed to track iPhones on corporate networks and ensure they follow IT policies. How it compares to BlackBerry Enterprise Server

Microsoft takes seven years to patch critical flaw

Call it the seven year itch. It took that and a few months more for Microsoft to finally fix a bug in its server message block which allows attackers to grab control of computers in a corporate network

What JK Rowling can teach about digital asset protection

With her latest book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J.K. Rowling managed to protect the story line and ending of her book. Public sector organizations should likewise guard their critical intellectual property, including personal information, contracts, and other sensitive digital assets.

Homeworking poses new problems for IS

Enabling home working within the enterprise can present challenges for the IT department but the benefits for the organization may be too compelling to be ignored. No commuting and more time with family are just some of the benefits for the employee, but the benefits can be even greater for the employer.

Security more than just tech

Security is a burning issue for anyone involved in networking today. Not a day goes by without at least one vendor rolling out a new security product or service. And it

Fighting the enemy within

Most attacks on corporate networks

MS offers glimpse of Windows Server 2003 R2

Microsoft Corp. gave a sneak preview this week of new functionality in Windows Server 2003 R2, an update to Windows Server that the vendor plans to ship next year.

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