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McAfee Warns Virtualization Will Create New Security Threats

Top Ten Predictions for Security Threats in 2008 Researchers at McAfee Avert Labs expect an increase in web dangers and threats targeting Microsoft Corp.’s Windows Vista operating system, among other new or increased threats. At the same time ad-serving software known as adware is expected to continue to decrease. Patrick Hayati, Regional Director, McAfee Middle […]

Google Takes StarOffice For Its Pack

Google is adding Sun Microsystems’ StarOffice suite to Google Pack, its freely downloadable collection of productivity software. The software is available immediately.   Google Pack is quite a collection that includes Google Earth, Norton Security Scan, Google Desktop, Firefox with Google Toolbar, Adobe Reader, Skype, RealPlayer and other Google products.   StarOffice is Sun’s  commercial […]

SecureIDA Lays Foundation For Future Enhancements With New Intelligent Self-Diagnosing Installation Tool

C/Net to Offer SecureIDA Free Managed VPN and Remote Access Service Download Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 28, 2007 – WorldExtend®, the remote access and network security specialist, today announced that its SecureIDAT free managed VPN and secure remote access service has introduced a new installation process that automatically diagnoses the environment where new software will be […]

Microsoft announces 800 Windows Vista Supported Apps

But Adobe, Skype, Symantec not included The list is notable for both its brevity and the absence of many applications popular on Windows XP, although Microsoft and analysts said that the majority of XP software can run, albeit with hiccups, on Vista. Popular Windows software that is conspicuously missing from Microsoft’s list includes Adobe’s entire […]

Is Virtualization the Next Big Thing Or Next Big Nothing?

Are virtual world and online games like World of Warcraft and Second Life what the Internet will look like in coming years? A few people I’ve been talking to recently think so, including Corey Bridges, co-founder of Multiverse Network, whom I interviewed Friday afternoon for an article on virtual worlds. A generation of young people […]

Citrix Preps ‘Project Kent’ For Disaster Recovery

A package of software and services, Project Kent is designed to address information gathering and dissemination needs in an emergency such as a terrorist attack, a hurricane, or other events where employees are scattered. Pushing deeper into the disaster recovery market, Citrix Systems unveiled a solution dubbed Project Kent that combines its remote-access technology with […]

MojoPac: PC on a stick (or an iPod)

Many have attempted to create a virtual mobile PC, but this is the first time I’ve seen one that works. MojoPac lets you install PC apps onto damn near any mobile drive, plug it into a host machine running Windows XP and run your desktop as an overlay. I saw it working from an iPod […]

EPAFACTORY Enhances Security for Citrix Access Gateway Users through Agreement with OPSWAT

EPAFactory uses OPSWAT SDK to launch industry’s most comprehensive Anti-Virus EPA scan for Citrix Access Gateway users. London, UK; San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2006 — EPAFactory, one of the world’s foremost providers of custom end point analysis (EPA) scans for the Citrix Access Gateway today announced a technology partnership with OPSWAT, Inc. the […]

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