Stories From The Issue Of » April 02, 2007
The Search For Microsoft Researcher Jim Gray
Colleagues rallied to look for the renowned computer scientist, but to no avail.
Laptop Lockdown Checklist: Six Technologies To Watch
When it comes to these security technologies, well-known doesn't mean widely used. Here's what might make them more practical in the near term.
3G Card Secures Laptops
Lost your laptop full of company secrets? No problem: A prototype PCMCIA card developed by Bell Labs for laptops can lock that data down as soon as you've reported it lost or stolen, and throw away the keys.
PERSONAL TECH GUIDE
- Rob Preston Down To Business: Buy, Sell, Or Hold These Tech Movements?
- John Soat IT Confidential: Tell The Truth: Is Technology A Good Thing?
- From Our Blog
- Florida Targets Online Predators
- GPL: Third Time's The Charm?
- Idle Threat To Exchange
- Small, Fast, Cool: IBM's Optical Chip Set Has It All
- Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Portfolio Mover Of The Week: Broadcom
- Feds Picks AT&T, Qwest, and Verizon Telecom Upgrade Worth As Much As $48 Billion
- As Ericsson Exits, Sprint Reaffirms WiMax Strategy
- The Ticker
- TJX Now Largest Data Hack Ever
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