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RSA Conference Offers Help To Jobless

In a nod to the economic climate, the conference offered laid-off security pros scholarships to attend the event in 2009, and there will be a special workshop for job seekers and employers.

Netbooks and Google Android Defy Downturn

Google’s Android mobile operating system is likely to see increased adoption as hardware buyers tightening their purse strings consider netbooks and other types of mininotebooks in lieu of full-size laptops

Windows 7 May Have XP Downgrade Option

Reports claim users will still have the option of downgrading to Windows XP from Windows 7 after the latter is released, even though mainstream support for XP will have ended

Can IT Win The Green Turf Wars?

The recession has put IT and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) on a collision course. Will IT grow up , and take control of areas where it can deliver efficiency?

Enterprise Networks Can Cut Emissions, Too

From Energy Efficient Ethernet to a company’s own supply network, there’s a lot that networks can do to reduce a company’s environmental footprint, says 3Com’s Matt Walmsley

Sun, Do You Have A Plan B?

As its deal with IBM evaporates, Sun needs a backup plan. Chris Preimesberger thinks there might be another deal on the table – from HP and Oracle, or maybe from Cisco

Reports Claim IBM Is Close To Sun Buyout

Sun has agreed to accept a lower price in return for stronger commitments from IBM that it will complete the deal even if it faces intense regulatory scrutiny, according to reports

Can Dell Deliver The Full Monty?

Dell is wasting time with claims about server performance. The real story is the management tools it says can free users from the grasp of big consultancies

BigFix SAM Tool : Track Enterprise Software

How many software packages, licenses, versions and locations are spread across your company? If you can even start to answer, then chances are you’re ahead of the game.