Juniper Networks is linking its intrusion-detection platforms to its NAC gear, making it possible to restrict devices that manage to gain network access by passing health checks but then pose a threat once they are on.
VOIP provider Vonage Holdings has settled a patent dispute with Sprint Nextel by agreeing to pay Sprint about US$80 million, the two companies announced this week.
VMware announced this week it will release three software packages by the end of the year to help small and medium-size businesses take on virtualization projects.
Gateway announced this week its plans to acquire PC vendor Packard Bell for an undisclosed amount, a move funded by Acer as part of its planned acquisition of Gateway.
Facebook engineers have made it easier for developers to embed PHP by developing a PHPEmbed library.
Google and IBM have teamed up to offer a curriculum and support for software development on large-scale distributed computing systems, with six US universities signing up so far.
A malicious hacker broke into an eBay server late last week and temporarily suspended the accounts of a "very small" number of members, the company said.
The Deloitte & Touche annual survey of security practices at 169 financial institutions found that 98 per cent of them are spending more on information security this year than last year and putting a greater emphasis on IT governance.
Security software vendor McAfee will acquire SafeBoot for US$350 million in an effort to expand its large-business product line, the company announced this week.
A woman ordered to pay US$222,000 for downloading and sharing music files has decided to appeal the case.
Enterprises are not prepared for the security threats posed by Web 2.0 technologies, because they use insufficient Web filtering and have failed to train users and make employees aware of potential risks, a vendor-sponsored survey claims.
Increased computer usage and better e-mail and Web access may narrow the digital divide, although globalization critics may perceive such changes as a threat to local cultures and economies, a new Pew Research Center study suggests.
Business needs to get greener, and IT should be leading the way, according to the developer of a recently launched online media portal devoted to sustainable business.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is seeking an urgent injunction to restrain US vendor, StoresOnline, from selling its e-commerce software in Australia.
Sony announced on Friday that it will begin selling a 40GB PS3 in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia starting October 10 for a‚¬399 (US$562).
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