Law enforcement across the globe nabbed cybercrooks, but arrests can't completely shut down the password-stealing botnet.
Corporate video conferences can still be easily hacked by insiders using a freeware tool that allows attackers to monitor calls in real-time and record them.
Social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn are a major resource for hackers trying to capture valuable corporate data or run amok inside business networks.
Avaya is introducing a powerful Android-based touchscreen tablet that supports new communications software in a package to rival Cisco's Cius.
As attacks against VoIP persist businesses not only have to defend themselves, they have to do it under the gun of regulators.
The initial malware is yanked, but the come-on continues -- possibly with a new, nasty variant.
Sun is the king of unpatched software vulnerabilities followed closely by Microsoft and Mozilla, according to the mid-year security report by IBM's X-Force.
Skype worries about whether the iPhone and other Apple products will undermine its VoIP services.
Riverbed has products on tap that will enable WAN optimization as a cloud service and speed up the boot time for remote virtual desktops.
Strangeloop is coming out with a Web-acceleration appliance it says can boost online sales and give Web sites higher ranking among search engines.
Microblogging site Twitter has gained notoriety for a lot more than its 140-character messaging. How well do you know your tweets?