Sunday, December 5, 2021

Susan Kuchinskas

A New Breed of Phish

UPDATED: Two exploits launched last week victimized Citibank Australia and SunTrust Banks, headquartered in Atlanta, Ga. While SurfControl warned of the exploit, the banks' may have been...

UK Agency Report Greenlights Linux

A day after Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer sent out a missive pushing Redmond's message that "free software isn't free," the UK's Office of Government Commerce (OGC)...

IBM in Major RFID Expansion

IBM said it would spend a quarter of a billion dollars over the next year and a half to grow its RFID business. Big Blue launched Sensor...

Mainstream Companies Seek Charming Programmers

Are you a charmer with strong programming skills? Can you find happiness toiling in the IT department of a manufacturer or transportation company? Then American businesses would like to...

Microsoft Integration Server on Deck

Microsoft is ready to ship Host Integration Server 2004, offering a Windows interface to mainframes and legacy applications. HIS 2004, the latest in the company's line of server...

Communications to Drive 64-Bit

While the semiconductor industry overall can expect a modest 6 percent compound annual growth rate in the next four years, demand for networking and consumer products will...

Microsoft’s XP SP2 Arrives

UPDATED: Early this afternoon, Microsoft announced the release to manufacturing of Service Pack 2 with Advanced Security Technologies, the company's long-awaited security upgrade to Windows XP....

Think Globally, Block Locally

MILLBRAE, Calif. -- Spam is a global problem: Even though most of it originates in the United States, the bulk of it is sent from overseas on...

A ‘Win-Win-Win’ MS Server Solution?

A new report from research firm Directions on Microsoft says that Windows Server 2003 is a win-win-win product. Customers can optimize use of hardware, IT staff and physical space by...

IBM Takes on Flood of RFID Data

Many large businesses are already awash in a flood of RFID data, much of it too poorly integrated and barely managed. IBM says its WebSphere Product Center...

Microsoft Settles Up

Microsoft reached settlements with the States of Vermont and Minnesota, ending a long line of consumer class action suits alleging it used its market dominance to jack...

Open Source as Weapon

It seems like every major software maker has gotten open source religion, with Sun Microsystems now considering opening its Solaris code and Microsoft posting some source code...

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