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Bad Kaspersky antivirus update keeps users from accessing websites

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A faulty antivirus update issued by Kaspersky Lab on Monday left many of its home and business customers unable to access any websites on their computers. Systems administrators using Kaspersky Endpoint Security (KES) on their corporate networks started reporting the problem on Kaspersky's support forum on Monday afternoon, Eastern...
Bad Kaspersky antivirus update keeps users from accessing websites

IBM bans Apple's Siri from its internal networks for security

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Because the Siri and Dictation features for iOS must be sent to Apple to be converted to text, IBM has barred the use of them from its corporate networks, citing security concerns....
IBM bans Apple's Siri from its internal networks for security

THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: Android 5.0 'Jelly Bean' Could Possibly Launch Later This Year (GOOG)

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The Google Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email GOOG Bouncing In The Black Markets are up as retail sales smash expectations. Shares of GOOG are bouncing around in positive territory. Investors continue look for Android momentum in the smartphone and...
THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: Android 5.0 'Jelly Bean' Could Possibly Launch Later This Year (GOOG)
Mobile app security: Always keep the back door locked
Mobile | Google's Android Reborn as Network-Hacking Kit

Tablets Invading the Enterprise? Companies Can Still Keep Calm and Carry On.

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This past holiday season, tablets were joyfully unwrapped by the millions. In fact, a total of 17.4 million iOS and Android devices were activated on Christmas Day alone, according to a report by Flurry Analytics; and, of those, about half (8.9 million) were tablets. Factor in post-holiday shopping, and you’ve...
Tablets Invading the Enterprise? Companies Can Still Keep Calm and Carry On.

Another reason not to use corporate software: Your bosses are spying on you

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As if the dread of heading into the office on Monday and firing up some ugly, cumbersome enterprise software after a weekend of playing with an iPad weren’t bad enough, here’s another reason: Your bosses might be spying on you. They probably won’t call it spying, though. They’ll call it...
Another reason not to use corporate software: Your bosses are spying on you
High Definition Video Clogs Corporate Networks
A wireless network with frickin' laser beams on the ceiling

They can’t all be SOPA: Are webizens ready to fight with nuance?

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It’s hard to be a web user these days, especially since the government has gotten so interested in what we’re doing online. Bills and proposed regulations that target web activity and user data are popping up all the time, and it’s hard to keep track of what any of this...
They can’t all be SOPA: Are webizens ready to fight with nuance?

The Mega-Money World Of MegaUpload

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The file-sharing and anti-piracy world is full of interesting characters, most of whom remain hidden in the shadows. Some individuals are just too large to be contained though, and are either involuntarily thrust into the media spotlight by force or become deliberately high-profile by design. While many people will be...
The Mega-Money World Of MegaUpload
Egnyte debuts cloud-agnostic approach to storage with 'Cloud Control'
Will An Avalanche of iPads Crush Business Networks?

The new iPad has CIOs quaking in their cubicles

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Apple’s newest iPad has some new elements that could make it a (bigger) hit in the enterprise, such as higher resolution screen for video conferencing and presentations, as well as taking dictation. But it has become increasingly clear to corporations that their networks can’t handle the iPad or, really, most...
The new iPad has CIOs quaking in their cubicles
Rackspace buys SharePoint911 for (what else?) SharePoint cred

January 2 = BYOD's Big Day: How Will IT And The Cloud Keep Up?

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Guest author Mat Young is senior technical director at Fusion-io. Many enterprise employees no doubt received new tablets this Holiday season. And many are likely to bring them to work on Wednesday, January 2, 2013 - perhaps the biggest day ever for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Will...
January 2 = BYOD's Big Day: How Will IT And The Cloud Keep Up?

The Windows 8 Enterprise SKU: Windows To Go and new Software Assurance benefits

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Microsoft's introduction of the Windows 8 SKUs on Monday left many of the details of the corporate-oriented Enterprise edition unknown. The company has started to fill in the blanks in a new blog post. Windows 8 Enterprise will include a number of features not found in Windows 8, Windows...
The Windows 8 Enterprise SKU: Windows To Go and new Software Assurance benefits

Android users targeted for the first time in drive-by download attacks

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Almost a dozen sites are actively targeting Android users with malware that could gain access to corporate networks and other protected systems, security researchers said. They note it's the first time compromised sites have been used to infect users of a mobile handset. The malware, dubbed NotCompatible, is being...
Android users targeted for the first time in drive-by download attacks

Cloud Security Provider Zscaler Scales Up, Takes Its First Outside Investment: $38M From Lightspeed

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Zscaler, a provider of cloud security services to small businesses, corporates and service providers, has raised a hefty $38 million from a single investor, Lightspeed Venture Partners. This is the first outside investment ever taken by Zscaler, which was founded in 2007, and had in the past been funded internally....
Cloud Security Provider Zscaler Scales Up, Takes Its First Outside Investment: $38M From Lightspeed

Hack the diagnostics connector, steal yourself a BMW in 3 minutes

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Your BMW comes with a $160 key with a computer chip and security code inside to make the car hard to steal. The common thief can’t steal your Bimmer, but in Europe, at least, hacker-thieves apparently have been able to subvert the car’s intrusion alarm in a separate step to...
Hack the diagnostics connector, steal yourself a BMW in 3 minutes

The impact of tablets on corporate content and collaboration

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The consumerization of IT is more than a buzz phrase: It’s a very real disruptive force affecting corporate IT and business management, employees and a company’s value chain of customers, suppliers and distributors. Though the iPad created the consumer tablet market, GigOM Pro forecasts global tablet shipments — growing from...
The impact of tablets on corporate content and collaboration

DealBook: Riverbed Technology to Buy Opnet for $993 Million

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Riverbed Technology said on Monday that it planned to buy Opnet Technologies for $993.3 million in cash and stock, bolstering its business in optimizing software on corporate networks....
DealBook: Riverbed Technology to Buy Opnet for $993 Million

Intel Leads $20M Round For Solera Networks

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Solera Networks just announced that it has raised $20 million in Series D funding from Intel Capital (the chip-maker’s investment arm) and others. The company says its DeepSee Platform can index and classify all network traffic, giving companies a comprehensive picture of their network security in real-time, either for spotting...
Intel Leads $20M Round For Solera Networks

Seven Questions For Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk

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On Friday, Palo Alto Networks debuted for trading on the NASDAQ national market. Having priced the previous evening at $42 a share, the shares finished their first day of trading at $53.13, amounting to a rise of 26.5 percent. The company raised $260 million. Combined as it was with the...
Seven Questions For Palo Alto Networks Founder and CTO Nir Zuk

Security vendor exposes vulnerabilities in DDoS rootkit

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In what it says is an attempt to turn the tables on malicious hackers, security vendor Prolexic has released details of vulnerabilities it discovered in a toolkit family used by hackers to launch distributed denial of service attacks against corporate networks....
Security vendor exposes vulnerabilities in DDoS rootkit

Riverbed Technology: Turbocharging the network

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As computing moves to the cloud, Riverbed is finding faster ways to keeping data flowing. By Richard McGill Murphy, contributor FORTUNE -- Riverbed Technology (RVBD) makes gear that improves the performance of data and applications as they traverse far-flung corporate networks. Thanks to Riverbed's technology, a salesman in Tokyo firing...
Riverbed Technology: Turbocharging the network

How the Air Force Is Flying Toward IPv6

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The United States Air Force is one very high-tech organization, and we're not just talking about jet fighters. The Air Force's latest mission is a high-stakes, high-speed migration to Internet Protocol v6 (IPv6). Chances are most corporate networks aren't as extensive or complex as the Air Force's, but the service's...
How the Air Force Is Flying Toward IPv6

Socialcast Raises $8 Million Series B To Spread Its Realtime Enterprise Streams

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Realtime streams are quickly moving from the consumer Web to the enterprise. The constant flow of status updates, links, and shared items people are becoming accustomed to on Facebook and Twitter is finding its way into enterprise apps like Socialcast, Yammer, and Salesforce Chatter. Investors are betting on this...
Socialcast Raises $8 Million Series B To Spread Its Realtime Enterprise Streams

As Congress Debates CISPA, Companies Admit No Real Damage From Cyberattacks

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Since the beginning of the cybersecurity FUDgasm from Congress, we've been asking for proof of the actual problem. All we get are stories about how airplanes might fall from the sky, but not a single, actual example of any serious problem. Recently, some of the rhetoric shifted to how it...
As Congress Debates CISPA, Companies Admit No Real Damage From Cyberattacks

Look for a Middle Ground in BYOD Security: Blue Coat GM and VP

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The sudden rise of mobile devices to support bandwidth-hungry applications is raiding corporate networks. As CIOs struggle to manage the storm of personal devices users carry within enterprise networks, they must take a harder look at safeguarding their IT. Shweta Rao spoke to Albert Kuo, GM and VP -- field...
Look for a Middle Ground in BYOD Security: Blue Coat GM and VP
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