Author
 Larry Greenemeier

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Articles by Larry Greenemeier
posted in December 2005

Auld Lang Slime

12/21/2005
I.T. security pros may hoist a cup of eggnog this holiday season to an early gift they got this month: an E-mail worm attack with a delivery date.

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Like It Or Not, You Will Be More Productive, Microsoft Says

12/13/2005
I've seen the future, and it kind of reminds me of a Hallmark commercial. At least that's what happens when your vision is brought to you courtesy of a Microsoft keynote address. Microsoft Tuesday at Interop New York introduced its Office Communicator Web Access, a Web-based enterprise communications client based on Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, or Ajax, technologies that tie into Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005. If Microsoft has its way, you may never again be able to duck a

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Protecting Applications From Hackers

12/7/2005
Tools to examine software vulnerability in the design and testing stages have existed for years, but are now getting easier and more intuitive to use as companies face the evolving landscape of threats.

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