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Q: Is a regular antivirus program good enough to protect my business computers? — Brad
Although the theft of personal information -- such as Social Security numbers, dates of birth and credit card numbers -- has been a big problem for individuals for a number of years, the equivalent for businesses has become a multibillion-dollar headache.
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Technology hiring should hold steady in 2008. Wait, no, it’ll be on the upswing. Oops. Hold that thought. The outlook is actually rather vague.
BRUSSELS, BELGIUM - Google Inc. said Monday that it wants Microsoft Corp. to make sure users can easily choose Internet search engines in future products — but Google refused to say if changes Microsoft has already made to its upcoming operating system, Vista, have gone far enough.
BARCELONA, Spain - Microsoft Corp. has won backing from major cellular networks for a new generation of phones designed to transform mobile e-mail from executive accessory to standard issue for the corporate rank-and-file.
Q: I keep seeing various ISPs promoting computer fix and protection packages as part of their service, and I am wondering if these “one-click fixes” really work. Or is it just a marketing gimmick? - Jenette
JERUSALEM - It started out as a family feud. But a small-time computer break-in has erupted into Israel’s biggest business scandal in decades, reaching into some of the country’s powerful corporate suites and jolting the cozy world of the industrial elite.
January 31, 2005
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Scott Kirwin clung to his job at a large investment bank through several rounds of layoffs last year. Friends marveled at the computer programmer’s ability to dodge pink slips during the worst technology downturn in a decade.