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Microsoft releases Office 2003 SP3

Office 2007 haters, today is your day: Microsoft has released Office 2003 Service Pack 3 via Software Update, bringing a slew of

Macs in the enterprise not welcomed by CIOs

With sales of Macs surging, you can bet that these computers, once only seen in advertising and graphics companies, are making progress in the enterprise. Apple sold 36 percent more Macs in the

Verizon Wireless files FCC suit

Having failed to sway regulators at the FCC, Verizon Wireless has moved their battle to the courts, where they have asked District of Columbia Circuit Judges to review open-access rules on about a

The threat within trumps external risks

While CIOs and CSOs are often concerned with the threat of viruses and other external sources of danger, a new study from the U.S. Computer Security Institute (CSI) concludes that company insiders

Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes clippy flaw

Oh noes! It looks like some hackers have taken beloved oft-maligned Office helper Clippy hostage and are forcing him to perform

Private corporate networks obsolete?

By the end of the decade, private corporate networks will become obsolete relics of the early information age. And so will the security technologies and procedures that are used to protect them.

Consumer tech in the enterprise? Caveat emptor...

In new CIO survey from the Yankee Group, 86 percent of the respondents said that they had used at least one consumer technology in the workplace, to either stimulate innovation or realize gains in

Cost of carelessness hits the CIO's budget

David Perry, global director of education for Trend Micro, tells Forbes that as many as one in five virus infections come from users who purposefully infect themselves out of curiosity. This is just

Storm Worm dupes YouTube fans

YouTube fans beware: You might think that email link is sending you to a video of the Star Wars kid but in reality, the link's purpose may be far less funny. Security experts are warning that online

Lawsuit filed for lack of quick disclosure

In just another example of the consequences that can result from a data breach due to internal shenanigans, a California law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against Fidelity National