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CA content manager aims to stop data leaks

A new software tool could help prevent an organisation from leaking confidential information or intellectual property electronically. CA’s eTrust Secure Content Manager r8 monitors and secures threats from web and messaging traffic and blocks the unauthorised transmission of confidential data outside a company. It has a central management console, and also monitors viruses, spam, phishing attacks, P2P file sharing, malicious mobile code and spyware.

ClearCube launches blade management tool

ClearCube Technology has released management software for centralised computing systems that use blade servers. ClearCube Sentral 5.0 can dynamically allocate virtualised computing resources, manage virtual desktops, and monitor the health of blade servers, including non-ClearCube systems.

Most corporates plan mobile IT investment

Most large businesses plan significant investments in mobile technology over the next three years, a study of 210 CIOs across Europe has found. The report by Coleman Parkes, for Microsoft integrator Avenade, found that cultural change was the biggest issue in going mobile. Thirty five per cent of CIOs said mobile technologies would enable them to operate in fewer physical locations within the next three years.


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