E-Secure-IT verifies Microsoft flaw find
An independent IT security company has verified a
security flaw in Microsoft's e-mail software discovered
by an Auckland software designer...
R&D spending a 'logical' move
Keylogix directors Mike and Dot Johnstone understand
just how much a Government research and development
grant can help. But they also know only too well that it
is just one chapter in the software development story...
Clear goes free on e-biz too
Clear has extended its range of free offerings to
the e-business category, with a "starter pack"
version of its credit card clearing application...
Top sites keep on growing
The Nielsen-NetRatings internet audience data for May
show continued growth for the top local and global
When DVD Is Too Good to Be Legal
Modified DVD players with pure digital outputs are hitting
the market. It's possibly the best picture you've ever seen
-- but it might be illegal to have one...
All the News That's Fit to Code
At the Newspaper 2000 conference, the old-school
newspaper business gets a few pointers on their Net
future, and how to come out on top of the new media
E-commerce to erupt
European small and mid-sized businesses are expected to
see sales from online commerce surge 800 percent to 3.2 billion ($3 billion)
by 2003, as increasing numbers of firms turn to packaged software applications
to take advantage of the Internet, according to report released Monday...
'Stages.worm' on the loose
Firms have been hit by a bug that hides as
a text file and can shut down corporate e-mail servers.
But it won't damage other files...