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Google: The Limits Of Security

Don't ask to run Google Apps on your own server. If you want that, you're wrong, says Google's Eran Feigenbaum. But does Google use two-factor authentication or not?

How Secure Is VMware’s Virtualisation Lead?

There's plenty of competition for VMware in making virtualised data centres, despite its strong lead. Is now the time to switch to Hyper-V or XenServer, asks Cameron Sturdevant?

At Last Google Apps Drops The Beta Label

You can't have it both ways, says Jim Rapoza. If Google expects users to pay for a service, then it can't call it a beta. Beta software is not ready for prime-time, by definition

Bing Grew Fast In June

Microsoft Bing grew to more than five percent of the US online search market during its first month - clocking up a growth rate of 25 percent per week, according to Hitwise

Google Chrome OS: Five Pros And Five Cons

How will Google's Chrome operating system compete with the likes of Microsoft? Eric Lundquist lists five reasons why the Chrome OS is a big deal, and five reasons why it isn't

Google Launches its Chrome OS

Google has introduced its new Google Chrome OS, an operating system project separate from Android and targeted at PCs