IBM has filed a trade complaint in the US against Taiwanese hardware vendor Asustek Computer, alleging that the company has infringed IBM patents.
Cisco is advising Windows users of its Cisco Security Agent software to upgrade the product because of a security bug.
Despite highly publicized data breaches, mobile workers still endanger company data with risky behaviors, according to a new survey.
Microsoft Wednesday made available the final beta of Windows Server 2008 and said it is on track for shipment at a planned launch event at the end of February. Microsoft made Windows Server RC1 available for download as a 30-day free trial or for eva...
Storage vendor Seagate Technology said Thursday it plans to buy MetaLINCS, an e-discovery software firm. The vendor's move follows Iron Mountain's purchase earlier this year of Stratify, which is also focused on e-discovery.
ClearApp is upgrading its application service management product, QuickVision, delivering metrics and measurement to Oracle SOA Suite users.
IT spending will grow more slowly in 2008 than this year, with economic uncertainties taking a toll in the US in particular, market researcher IDC predicts.
Microsoft will issue seven security updates next Tuesday, including critical sets of patches for Windows and Internet Explorer.
Microsoft on Wednesday released new test versions of Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista Service Pack, two highly anticipated technologies that are scheduled to be released early next year.
Britain's domestic intelligence agency is warning that cybercrime perpetrated by China is on the rise following hacking attacks against Rolls-Royce and Royal Dutch Shell.
When the Estonian government was hit with major, sustained denial-of-service attacks this spring, the headlines screamed that it was the first incident of modern cyber warfare.
Microsoft will release the first service pack for Office 2007 next week, the company confirmed Wednesday.
With some 60 developers spread across three continents, Sydney-based logistics and freight software company CargoWise edi is moving its products and in-house systems to the new Windows Server 2008 to improve performance and efficiency.
Lost amidst Microsoft's announcement on Monday that it will relax an antipiracy mechanism in Windows Vista was the news that the company plans to drop the same "kill switch" from its upcoming Windows Server 2008 operating system.
OpenOffice.org fixed a critical flaw Wednesday in its suite's database engine that attackers could use to shanghai a computer, and the project's organizers urged customers to update to 2.3.1 as soon as possible.
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