Call to Action on Computer Crime

Call to Action on Computer Crime

The federal government should make it illegal to create and distribute computer virus programs, says the Information Technology Association of...

October 24th, 2000 CIO Canada Staff

McAfee offers VirusScan for remote workers

McAfee offers VirusScan for remote workers

Network Associates Inc.'s McAfee division is preparing to launch a lightweight version of its desktop antivirus software designed for workers...

September 17th, 2000 James Niccolai

IT managers cite human error as number main source of data loss

IT managers cite human error as number main source of data loss

Computer viruses may be revered as the epitome of corporate data loss but it's human error that most often causes...

January 27th, 2000 Liam Lahey

Human error the leading cause of data loss

Human error the leading cause of data loss

Computer viruses may be revered as the epitome of corporate data loss but it's human error that most often causes...

January 13th, 2000 Liam Lahey

Bubbleboy could herald new trend

Bubbleboy could herald new trend

While many users have learned the lessons of the last years' viruses and now refrain from opening strange e-mail attachments,...

December 2nd, 1999 Matthew Nelson

Sun Ray 1 removes computing from the desktop

Sun Ray 1 removes computing from the desktop

According to Sun Microsystems Inc. executives, the company's Sun Ray 1 enterprise appliance is such a thin client that there...

October 7th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman

Sun sheds Ray of light on thin client paradigm

Sun sheds Ray of light on thin client paradigm

According to Sun Microsystems Inc. executives, the company's Sun Ray 1 enterprise appliance is such a thin client that there...

October 7th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman

Who can you trust? Paranoia aside, it

Who can you trust? Paranoia aside, it

In this age of Internet scams and computer virus hoaxes, it's getting gosh-darn difficult to decide whom you can trust...

August 12th, 1999 Linda Stuart

InoculateIT fits all network sizes

InoculateIT fits all network sizes

Working on the theory that one size does not fit all, Computer Associates International Inc. has released its InoculateIT network...

June 17th, 1999 Kimberly Chapman