Half of Canadians want TV, video phone calling on their PCs

Half of Canadians want TV, video phone calling on their PCs

We want our PC TV. But do we have the infrastructure to deliver it?According to a survey of 1,030 adults...

April 28th, 2008 Dave Webb

Top cyber-crook targets for 2008

Top cyber-crook targets for 2008

A recent Internet Security Outlook Report issued by CA, Inc. warns that social networks and Web 2.0 are among the...

February 29th, 2008 IT World Canada Staff

Blogosphere: Privacy in a Web 2.0 world

Blogosphere: Privacy in a Web 2.0 world

Earlier this month, Facebook came under fire from blogger Robert Scoble after the social networking giant banned Scoble’s account for...

January 27th, 2008 Rafael Ruffolo

Security experts warn: Don

Security experts warn: Don

A year after the Storm Trojan attacks started, security experts are predicting botnets, instant messaging and social networking sites will...

January 9th, 2008 Greg Meckbach

No e-mail today — or else

No e-mail today — or else

The author of a book on e-mail management says that excessive use of enterprise messaing systems could be draining a...

July 9th, 2007 Briony Smith

IDC: Social sites surge

IDC: Social sites surge

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLEThere is opportunity for enterprises to take advantage of the emerging Web 2.0 platform to market products...

June 7th, 2007 Kathleen Lau

US officials request names of registered sex offenders from MySpace

US officials request names of registered sex offenders from MySpace

Updated: MySpace agrees to give up sex offender dataMySpace says it won't release sex offenders' namesMySpace has been asked by...

May 16th, 2007 Linda Rosencrance

Web 2.0 technologies increase security risk

Web 2.0 technologies increase security risk

U.K. firms are at risk of data leakage through their employees’ increasing use of Web 2.0 technologies and social networking...

April 12th, 2007 Tash Shifrin

Employees using Web 2.0 technologies increase security risks, experts say

Employees using Web 2.0 technologies increase security risks, experts say

U.K. firms are at risk of data leakage through their employees' increasing use of Web 2.0 technologies and social networking...

March 25th, 2007 Tash Shifrin