Microsoft to integrate OpenDocument for Office ... McAfee sees 400,000 virus definitions by 2008
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Toshiba bows to Rambus SDRAM licensing ... Regulations could slow IPTV
News: Rambus wins another round in SDRAM fight
News: Regulatory hurdles worry IPTV industry
News: McAfee sees 400,000 virus definitions by 2008
News: Trojan attacks on the rise, report finds
Tip: Killing Idle Logins with idled
ITwhirled: Font raid!
Rambus wins another round in SDRAM fight
Rambus Inc. has added another memory chip maker, Toshiba Corp., to the stable of companies finally agreeing to pay a contentious licensing fee for its SDRAM (synchronous dynamic RAM) and DDR (double data rate) SDRAM memory technology.
Regulatory hurdles worry IPTV industry
Regulations and customer understanding are the two biggest barriers to the success of IPTV (Internet Protocol television), say operators, content providers and vendors that participated in a survey done by the Economist Intelligence Unit Ltd. and Accenture Ltd.
McAfee sees 400,000 virus definitions by 2008M
Although widespread virus outbreaks may be a thing of the past, the total amount of malicious software being written is on the rise, according to McAfee Inc.
Targeted Trojan attacks on the rise, report finds
Computer hackers are increasingly tailoring attacks using Trojan horse programs for certain businesses in hopes of filching intellectual property, a new security report released Thursday said.
Killing Idle Logins with idled
By Sandra Henry Stocker
If you want to allow one group of users to remain idle for several hours while constraining another to only 15 minutes of idle time, you need a sophisticated tool. "Idled" is a small software application that closes idle user sessions. Here's how.