TechAmerica, a nonprofit advocacy group, released an employment report today showing an increase in tech-related job hiring for the first half of 2010.
Microsoft is heralding its newly released Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 2.0 as a fail-safe against hacker incursion methods.
IT pros can now get their hands on nine fixes for Windows systems, addressing 11 vulnerabilities.
In a video posted to YouTube on Sunday, a hacker by the name of "Iraq resistence" has taken credit for the "Here You Have" e-mail virus and has stated the worm has "affected NASA, Coca-Cola, Google and most American [companies]."
Security spending may have slowed, but it still outpaces spending in other segments.
Microsoft has renamed its Office Communications Server Lync Server 2010 and has posted the release candidate and a planning tool.
Microsoft disclosed that its Business Productivity Online Services (BPOS) had three service outages that affected BPOS customers in North America in August and September.
Microsoft today released a beta of its upcoming customer relationship management (CRM) solution.
A fierce mobile OS competition will start leveling the field in the next four years, the research firm predicts.
For the second month in a row, Microsoft will be rolling out a heavier than usual patch load of nine.
Microsoft last week released the latest version of a free tool designed to help ward off attacks to legacy software.
Microsoft continued to dribble out information about the forthcoming Office for Mac 2011 product, announcing four new features on Wednesday.
Microsoft last week described a different way to use desktop virtualization to maintain legacy applications and still move users to Windows 7.
Pressed for time and money, agencies are often lax about vetting third-party data recovery companies. New NIST guidance seeks to correct the problem.
A DriveSavers survey of 636 information technology security and support personnel asks for criteria in vetting a data recovery company that could wind up handling sensitive data.