Microsoft has released a service pack for Navision that adds a new portal to the suite of business management software.
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F-Secure announced Monday its Mobile Antivirus software will be available for Microsoft's Windows Mobile OS.
As Google positions itself to be a total online content provider, the question of what is next for the search engine giant might be at least partially forecasted by U.S. journalists Matt Thompson and Robin Sloan.
Nokia has signed an agreement to include Symantec's Mobile Security software on its Series 60 and Symbian OS mobile phones.
Microsoft is not going to release a version of its Office suite software for open-source rival Linux, although the company is actively studying how Linux works and how it can integrate with the platform, a Microsoft representative said Wednesday.
Financial institutions are modestly increasing their IT departments after the boom days of the late 1990s but demanding much more efficiency from pricey infrastructure, a senior vice president for Sun Microsystems said Tuesday at a financial technology conference.
A new phishing method is targeting users of Yahoo by recording their user name and password while logging them into a legitimate area of the portal, according to Websense, a Web security software firm.
As the U.K. government moves ahead with a national identification card plan, it should be based on open standards, the executive director of the Liberty Alliance said at a press briefing in London.
While there is high interest in identity federation, the technology is still in flux and will likely be more expensive and time-consuming to implement immediately rather than three years from now, an identity and access management expert said Thursday.
Computers and mobile devices using wireless networks or other end points by company employees are posing increasing threats to their organizations' computer systems, although there are ways IT managers can reduce risk, according to an analyst Thursday at the Gartner IT Security Summit 2005 in London.
Chief information security officers (CISOs) need to learn more about the business side of the companies they work for to effectively communicate the importance of computer security, analysts said Wednesday at the Gartner IT Security Summit 2005 in London.