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WeatherBug Rides Out Traffic Storm

Moments before Hurricane Katrina crashed ashore, some people in Southern Louisiana accessed warnings on WeatherBug.com and sought shelter, prior...

Bank Puts Money and Time into IT Savings Account

When Jim Hochstatter started working at Ulster Savings Bank in October, 2004, the bank ran two separate networks. One...

Cleaning up Databases to Save Time… and Money

Before a global consulting firm integrated new software into its 5-terabyte database, the company's IT staff spent so much...

Ad-Aware Cleans Up in Malware Removal Category

Lavasoft Inc.'s Ad-Aware SE Professional Edition won over users in Datamation's 2005 Product of the Year contest, receiving just...

BlackBerry 7100 Wins Datamation Handheld Award

Research in Motion Ltd.'s BlackBerry 7100 claimed a decisive first place in the Handheld Category in Datamation's Product of...

Phishers Focusing in on New Targets

Phishing attacks are the fastest growing type of Internet scam out there today. And industry analysts say this nasty...

Biometrics Not Quite Ready for the Enterprise

Little yellow sticky notes cling to computer screens throughout American offices, displaying users' passwords for coworkers, bosses... and possibly...

In 2005, Organized Crime Will Back Phishers

Phishers proved to be the IT security manager's biggest threat this year. And analysts say the growth...

Father of Spam Speaks Out on His Legacy

Back in 1978, when the thing we now all think of as annoying, unsolicited, inbox-clogging email was...

Is the Answer to Offshoring… Insourcing?

As the flood of U.S. IT work continues to flow toward foreign shores, some analysts are watching a trickle...