Enterprises Aim for the Cloud

Four out of five enterprises are now giving cloud computing a try, a poll reveals.

Developing Countries at Risk From Dumped PCs

Electronics waste is threatening the environment in countries where Western nations dump their old technology.

Lenovo Shows Tool to Manage Encrypted Drives

Retrieve passwords from lost and found.

Card Turns Aging PCs Into Thin Clients

Igel updates its card that converts older desktops into thin clients, offering a second life for old PCs.

Critical Flaws Found in HP OpenView

First patch didn't cut it.

Build Security into Every Product, Coders Advised

Security experts suggest security should be "baked into" every software development project.

IBM Readies Monster Supercomputer

The powerful supercomputer will perform at speeds 20 times faster than the runner-up, also from IBM.

Block Wi-Fi Intruders with a Secure Paint Job

Researchers are developing a kind of paint that can be used to block unauthorized visitors to wireless networks.

Fujitsu 'Kill Pill' Protects Data on Stolen Laptops

New SystemTrack and DataProtect software will secure laptops in the Lifebook and Esprimo lines.

Ancient IBM Drive Rescues Apollo Moon Data

A Sydney computer society supplied the 1960s magnetic tape drive to retrieve archives for moon development plans.

Unstructured Data Grows Unchecked, Study Says

Enterprises underestimate the volume of unstructured data and haven't planned its management, HP researchers report.

New Software Publishes Apps Through Browsers

Centrix Software has taken the unusual step of developing its own software package to resolve the problem of multiple applications.

Startup Slashes Windows Storage Costs

AutoVirt has emerged from stealth mode and is set to introduce Windows data migration software.

Opera Promises Faster Surfing With New Browser

Opera Software, which is battling hard for market share with Google's Chrome, is promising users a faster surfing experience.

Virtualization Complicates Disaster Recovery

The increasing popularity of virtualization is prompting IT organizations to rethink their disaster recovery plans, study says.