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December 2005

  • December 01, 2005 01 Dec'05

    Cisco routers suffer HTTP security flaw

    Security researchers have reported a vulnerability in the web server code of Cisco’s main router operating system.

  • December 01, 2005 01 Dec'05

    EDS to double headcounts in China and India

    Outsourcer EDS expects to double the size of its headcounts in India and China over the next three years, as it cuts staff in the US and across Europe. EDS currently has between 15,000 and 20,000 in the two Asian countries, and in September 2004 EDS...

  • December 01, 2005 01 Dec'05

    Sun unveils free server package

    Sun Microsystems is to offer free access to its Java server suite and management software, which it is bundling with its Solaris operating system.

  • December 01, 2005 01 Dec'05

    No patch available as Internet Explorer hit by critical flaw

    Microsoft has warned that remote attackers are taking advantage of an unpatched flaw in its Internet Explorer browser to contaminate PCs with a Trojan horse virus.

  • November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    Hardware failure takes down 120,000 Websites

    Broken hardware in Network Solutions’ domain name system led to 120,000 websites being down for over an hour earlier this week.

  • November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    Huge growth in demand for Wi-Fi devices

    Sales of Wi-Fi-enabled devices have increased 64% this year and will exceed 120m units before the year is out.

  • November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    Two-thirds of systems vulnerable to attack

    Companies have improved patching processes by 23% on internal systems and 10% on external systems, knocking days off the time needed to patch systems.

  • November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    India floods UK with techies

    Almost 22,000 foreign IT professionals - 85% of them from India - were awarded work permits in the last year.

  • November 30, 2005 30 Nov'05

    'Call to click' cuts costs

    Within two years, voice services will be embedded into more than half of all business IT applications as Voice over Everything (VoE) storms the workplace.