Smartphone Frustrations Revealed
We asked you what your smartphone experiences were, and wow did you have a lot to complain about! Nobody's denying that a smartphone is a good productivity tool--in theory. But in reality, the smartphone manufacturers and operating system makers have their work cut out for them. If they want proof, I have over 50 complaints sitting in my in-box that I've compiled into a list. The most common complaints are included here, so read on.
Arxceo, JCI Team
Arxceo has completed the integration of its patented technologies, Plug and Protect and Tag-UR-IT into JCI's B-Mobile PHS product
Bank Uses Vasco
Vasco announced that US based Los Alamos National Bank will secure its corporate banking customers with Digipass 260 and Digipass GO3
MX Logic Issues Report
MX Logic announced a 40 percent increase in overall email traffic from July through September
Expedia, Entrust Team
World's leading online travel company purchases suite of security software from Entrust
Secure Computing Targets Spam
Secure Computing announced it is waging war against image spam, where spammers hide messages in image files to escape detection
Kodak Raises the Bar in Production Document Imaging
Billions of loans, insurance claims and other transactions are still handled on paper. With no end of paperwork in sight, Kodak has introduced a new top-of-the-line document scanner for production imaging environments.
AEP Ships SmartGate 5.1
AEP Networks announced general availability of its application-layer security gateway product, AEP SmartGate
Do You Use Vista Or Does Vista Use You, Continued
In the last episode of the ongoing soap opera, "As The EULA Turns," Microsoft was trying to explain what the End User License Agreement for Windows Vista really meant when it said you couldn't run Vista in a virtual machine. Today we hear Microsoft say, "No, when the EULA says you can only move Vista from one machine to another once, it actually means 10 times."
SAP Chooses Novell
SAP is using Novell eDirectory to support the more than 500,000 users registered to SAP Developer Network
Vernier, Kanematsu Partner
Kanematsu Electronics has selected Vernier's EdgeWall product family for its Network Access Control (NAC) solution
University Taps StealthWatch
Lancope announced that the University of Nottingham deployed the StealthWatch System to protect its network from threats
Data393 Inks Peerless Tyre
Data393 announced an agreement with Denver-based Peerless Tyre to host a VPN for 60 Peerless Tyre stores across seven states
Authentium Seeks Certification
Authentium announced that it is working closely with Microsoft to try and find a way to certify its PatchGuard interface for Vista
AirTight Announces 4.0
AirTight announced Release 4.0 of its SpectraGuard Planner wireless LAN and security planning tool
PortAuthority Intros 5.0
PortAuthority Technologies has redefined what the industry has considered as total protection of confidential information
V-Station Reader Selected
Bioscrypt announced that Merkatum Corporation is installing the Company's V-Station biometric reader
HR Awards Ethernet Leaders
Award winners were announced at Light Reading's Ethernet Expo 2006, the industry's biggest Ethernet event
M2SYS , PCS Team
M2SYS Technology has formed a partnership with PCS Revenue Control Systems, a leading provider of foodservice management technology
5 Steps To Getting A Handle On The Smartphone Explosion
The marriage between the cell phone and the PDA has resulted in the smartphone, a wireless productivity tool that many businesses can't live without. In fact, many consumers are also addicted to smartphones, relying on them for wireless e-mail and on-the-go Web access. But with a new model coming out (what feels like) each week, different form factors, and tons of new features, choosing the right smartphone can be overwhelming. If you're an IT manager looking to equip your workers with one of th
Australian Company Fined
Sophos has welcomed news that an Australian company and its director have been fined a total of 5.5 million Australian (AU) dollars
Anatomy Of A Phishing Scam
The invention of the phishing scam marked the first time in the history of computer viruses and malware that people could make serious money off of security attacks. Think it's easy to launch a phishing scam? It's not. But there's a big-time payoff for those who can successfully navigate through the following steps, as laid out by Andrew Klein, Everdream's director of product marketing.
Lost In The Shuffle
There's a human tendency to root for the underdog--to hope that the losers who start at the bottom of the heap, who have the odds stacked against them, can fight their way to the top and stand tall in victory while the credits roll. Thus, the popularity of Rocky, the Mets, and, yeah, Firefox.
However, most of the time, things don't work the way they do in the movies
HomeConvenience, Comodo Team
HomeConvenience.com has selected Comodo to protect, secure, and empower their customers with the highest level of online protection
Sophos Extends Control
Sophos announced the ability to control employee use of distributed computing applications on corporate networks
Google Warns Not To 'Google' On Yahoo
If you use "google" as a verb, GoogleTM would like to correct your grammar. GoogleTM, you see, has become so successful that its trademarked name is in danger of becoming a generic term for searching online.
As a post today on the Google blog points out, zipper, baby oil, brassiere, trampoline, thermos, cellophane, escalator, elevator, and dry
Cambia Joins Alliance
Cambia Security has become a Premier Alliance Partner in the Mercury Alliance Program
TNT Protects Georgia
Trusted Network Technologies is safeguarding Georgia's and New Mexico's voter registration systems
Outpost Firewall Scores High
Outpost Firewall Pro 4.0 from Agnitum is the software firewall best able to defend itself from direct and brutal attacks
Comodo, GlobalTrust Partner
Comodo and GlobalTrust Italia have entered into a partnership to enable GlobalTrust to offer ID protection for financial institutions
AmberPoint Takes Duo Approach To SOA Policy Governance
AmberPoint has introduced a version of its SOA management software that decouples governance and execution of policies, a move that's becoming necessary as infrastructure vendors add the ability to execute rules in their products.
Oracle, An Expanding Universe
Oracle has added 482 features to the beta 11g version of its database. It's a reflection of that enduring Oracle philosophy that its database is the center of the universe and everything revolves around it.
No SP3 For XP? Ehnhnhnhnh. Thank You For Playing, Microsoft
Since Microsoft last released a roll-up of fixes for Windows XP Service Pack 2 in 2004, the pace of changes to the operating system has accelerated beyond any expectation. Windows Update on the XP machine closest to where I'm sitting shows 101 updates have been applied since it went into service on July 15, 2005. That's a huge number.
SurfControl Unveils Products
SurfControl's new set of product offerings enable customers to achieve greater levels of protection, flexibility and customization
Covelight Makes Announcements
Covelight Systems announced the Inflight Intelligence Engine (IIE) and announces a partnership with StreamBase Systems