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Thursday, March 26, 2009
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Lessons Learned 10 Years After Melissa Virus The virus named after an exotic dancer on March 26, 1999, helped kick off a bunch of high-profile threats that changed the security and IT world rapidly. On the eve of the 10th anniversary of the virus, Keith Shaw talks with Symantec's Kevin Haley about lessons that security vendors, IT and end users have learned about viruses and worms over the past decade. (8:13)
Selling security without scare tactics Using fear, uncertainty and doubt (FUD) is easy for security vendors, as well as IT managers pitching security purchases to the business team. But other approaches may work better, argues Ruvi Kitov, CEO of Tufin Technologies. Kitov speaks with Keith Shaw about four other arguments that security vendors and IT managers should have in their arsenal. (12:30)
Cisco and the UCS Channel Ken Presti reports on his discussion with Cisco senior director John Growdon, looking at the go-to-market elements associated with the vendor's data center announcement (4:52)
Microsoft launches IE8 Microsoft recently debuted Internet Explorer 8 at the company’s Mix conference in Las Vegas.
Michael Dell on IBM/Sun rumors The rumored acquisition of Sun Microsystems by IBM could prove an opportunity for Dell, CEO Michael Dell, said Tuesday.
Michael Dell drops smartphone hint As rumors swirl about a smart phone from computer-maker Dell, CEO Michael Dell gave his stongest hint yet on Tuesday that something is in the pipeline.
Facebook Connect for iPhone Social networking giant Facebook recently launched Facebook Connect for Iphone, which lets application developers connect their apps to the popular social networking Web site.
Robotic 'model' hits the catwalk The $2 million HRP-4C robot opened Japan's Fashion Week in Tokyo. Designed to match the shape of the average Japanese woman, the robot is the latest in ongoing research into humanoid robots.
Flying car makes world debut No longer a subject of science fiction, a car that can fly like a regular airplane, but then land, fold up its wings and drive away debuted in Boston Wednesday.
Comic books go mobile At the Paris book fair, two companies are adapting graphic novels and comic books to fit on the small color screens of mobile phones.
Charles in Charge The 1980s TV show "Charles in Charge" had the main character cleaning up the house as a nanny of sorts. Blogger Glenn Weadock found a program (Charles) that does the same sort of thing but cleaning up Web development, internally and externally.
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