UPDATED: Networkers, software vendors and researchers team up to see that VoIP security keeps pace with adoption.
The network operator enhances its managed services with new worm and virus catchers.
UPDATED: AOL, EarthLink, Microsoft and Yahoo sue individuals who allegedly violate the Can-Spam law by sending millions of unwanted e-mails and IMs.
The equipment maker will pay $74M for network access specialist Perfigo.
The firm launches an enhanced platform aimed at wireless carriers and the government sector.
The carrier acknowledges that some users have had difficulty sending e-mail in recent days.
The Microsoft CEO also hits on Web Services, Linux and a little company named Google in Boston meeting.
Enterprises will contract out 90 percent of security operations by 2010, Yankee Group predicts.
The Blink security software helps companies safeguard against known and unknown network threats.
Some versions of Juniper's JUNOS software, which directs traffic using the IPv6 standard, can be exploited to cause a DoS attack.
Millions of screen names were used to illegally promote an Internet gambling operation.
The carrier introduces a new service to thwart denial-of-service attacks in corporate systems.
The speech technology specialist launches a new software package aimed at financial services and healthcare customers.
The network equipment giant unveils a slew of new products and capabilities for its venerable switch line.
Comcast pushes its broadband customers with virus-infested spam zombies to clean up their act -- or else.
The company combines enterprise security tools and network infrastructure in a quest to develop a 'self-defending network.'
A new research report from META Group suggests that it could.
In a blockbuster stock deal underlining the growing importance of security, the No. 2 telecom gear maker buys its Sunnyvale, Calif., neighbor NetScreen.
Radio frequency identification technology is suddenly one of the hottest trends in the industry, and plenty of companies are poised to benefit from its use.
Voice and data carriers check generators, sandbag central offices and put repair crews on standby as the hurricane churns toward land.
The owner of Netzero and Juno ISPs intros new Web-based e-mail with better filters to intercept junk messages before they reach in-boxes.
Rushing to go wireless, many enterprises overlook the need to safeguard their data, according to a Jupiter Research report released at 802.11 Planet Conference & Expo today.
UPDATE: Washington will spend billions on products and services that solve problems of interoperatbility, security and redundancy, a top government technology official told industry groups.
FEATURE: Months after an anti-terrorism bill calling for a volunteer IT force passed, nothing has been done and there's a real possibility nothing ever will be.
The IT oursourcing giant looks to keep suspect e-mail from infiltrating the networks of its enterprise clients by offering MessageLabs' blocking applications.
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