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  • News: Small company, big security challenges

    The CIO (US) story, "Small company, big security challenges," which posted to the newswire Friday has been removed. The story is "Insider" content and should not have been posted in full to the newswire. Online editors using the full story are asked to remove it from their sites as soon as possible. The abbreviated version of the story that is available for distribution has been posted to the newswire and my be used online.

  • News: Small company, big security challenges

    Small company, big ambitions. Sounds like the classic entrepreneurial dream--but what if it means you bear the burden of big-company regulatory or standards compliance?

  • News: Court dismisses most breach claims against Heartland by banks

    A U.S. district court in Texas has dismissed all but one of the claims by several banks against Heartland Payment Systems over a massive data breach the payment processor disclosed almost three years ago.

  • News: DOJ tells judge there's no active AT&T deal with T-Mobile

    The U.S. Department of Justice will file a motion to stay or dismiss its lawsuit to block AT&T's acquisition of T-Mobile USA because the agency believes there's no deal pending, a lawyer for the DOJ said Friday.

  • News: Two zero-day vulnerabilities found in Flash Player

    Two newly discovered vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash Player can be exploited to execute arbitrary code remotely, according to advisories from the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) and various security research companies.

  • News: $99 Ice Cream Sandwich Tablet Available, but Buyer Beware

    If you can't wait for Ainol's $99 Ice Cream Sandwich tablet to show up in the United States, you might be able to find one online, but you should be aware of a few things first.

  • News: India not interested in pre-screening online content

    India never asked Internet companies to pre-screen objectionable content, a federal minister said in interviews with local TV channels.

  • News: Usenix: Google deploys IPv6 for internal network

    Due to a formatting error, the 11th paragraph of the story, "Usenix: Google deploys IPv6 for internal network," contains incorrect information about the number of addresses on IPv6 networks. That paragraph has been changed and now reads:

  • News: Microsoft and HP team up on public and private cloud services

    HP and Microsoft have announced a new four-year partnership to deliver public, private and hybrid cloud solutions built around Microsoft Office 365 and its on-premise equivalents.

  • News: Zite now available in iPhone version

    Zite on Friday announced the availability of its newsreading app on the iPhone, wrapping up an exceptionally busy week for news app developers.

  • News: Facebook One-Ups Twitter with Site 'Subscribe' Button

    Facebook is promoting a new "Subscribe" button that can be embedded on websites that is essentially its version of Twitter’s "follow" button. Facebook's button complements the Subscribe feature introduced in September, which allows Facebook users to follow each other without being friends -- again, similar to Twitter.

  • News: Satellite broadband deals should be included on comparison sites

    Brits should be given the opportunity to find out about satellite broadband packages on comparison websites, says Broadband Wherever.

  • News: Small company, big security challenges

    Small company, big ambitions. Sounds like the classic entrepreneurial dream—but what if it means you bear the burden of big-company regulatory or standards compliance?

  • News: Anonymous attack on HBGary Federal didn't ruin us, says CEO

    When HBGary Federal, had its website hacked and sensitive e-mail exposed by hacktivist group Anonymous last February, it became a question of how Sacramento, Calif.-based security firm HBGary could survive the damage to its reputation.

  • News: Impact of hard drive shortage to linger through 2013

    Hard disk drive supply shortages in the wake of Thailand flooding will continue to affect consumers, computer system manufacturers and corporate IT shops into 2013, according to market research firm IDC.

  • News: Free Downloads That Are Worth a Donation, Part 1

    During my day-to-day work I turn to certain applications time and again, and soon they become indispensable, seeming to blend in with Windows itself. Some of those programs are full-blown commercial products, such as Microsoft Office or Total Commander. Others, however, are applications I did not have to pay a dime for, thanks to the generosity of hardworking developers who have opted to share their creations with the world for free, requesting only a donation from those users who are willing and able. (PCWorld's Downloads library lists donationware as free, but you'll see a telltale editor's note on the review page explaining that the program's developers accept contributions.)

  • News: Manchester United defeat breaks Internet news records

    Even in defeat, Manchester United has found itself breaking records, this time an index of global news traffic volume recorded after the team’s unexpected exit from the Champion’s League on Wednesday night.

  • News: Aussies moving away from fixed-line communication devices: ACMA

    The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has claimed that Australian consumers are embracing multiple forms of communication technologies, with mobile phones being the “bulk of voice communications.”

  • News: Usenix: Google deploys IPv6 for internal network

    In a project that has taken longer than company engineers anticipated, Google is rolling out IPv6 across its entire internal employee network.

  • News: US tech companies invest in UK, but Obama aide demands better tax breaks

    American IT companies are increasingly investing in the UK, helping to boost the country’s struggling economy, but better tax incentives could help accelerate this trend, according to a leading US trade envoy.

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