News: DOJ asking about HP spying allegations
News: McAfee apologizes for bugs in Falcon roll out
News: Dell may have to restate earnings
News: Next generation supercomputers face disk failure
Tip: Six sensible steps to keep disaster recovery real
DOJ asking about HP spying allegations
HP acknowledged in a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filing Monday that it is cooperating with an inquiry by the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of California into possibly illegal tactics used by investigators hired by HP to investigate news leaks from the company's board members.
McAfee apologizes for bugs in Falcon roll out
In an e-mail sent to some users last week, McAfee Executive Vice President Bill Kerrigan acknowledged that there had been glitches in the roll out of the company's new line of client protection software, released last month. "We would like to extend our sincere apologies to anyone who may have had problems with their computers due to the upgrade," he wrote.
Dell may have to restate earnings
Dell Inc. has delayed filing its quarterly earnings report with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and may have to restate past earnings statements, the company said Monday.
Next generation supercomputers face disk failure
The next generation of supercomputers could be crippled by hard drive failures every few minutes, the U.S. Department of Energy has warned, and so it is funding a Petascale Data Storage Institute to solve the problem.
Six sensible steps to keep disaster recovery real
Most companies shouldn't have to replicate every piece of data to protect their business from the next cataclysmic event. Nor should they necessarily have to cough up millions for a mirror site that traces every network transaction. And let's face it, catastrophes are extremely rare. Be that as it may, enterprises are increasingly being held accountable for their data and prudence points to being prepared. Three experts weigh in on the most commonly overlooked elements in today's disaster recovery plans. Just in case.