By Russell D. Vines, Posted in Security

The City College of San Francisco knew it had a serious virus infection last November when it noticed missing log data from a server in one of its computer labs. What it didn’t realize at first was that the virus had been cranking through the college’s databases since 1999: It appears that the malware had been lifting bank and personal info stolen from students and faculty for years and disseminating the info overseas. The college is re-configuring firewalls and segmenting the networ... read more.

  • February 02, 2012

By Gotham, Posted in Virtualization

For businesses of all sizes, going green is a smart move not only for the environment, but also for your bottom line. Reducing your carbon footprint and conserving energy results in significant savings and a corporate image of responsibility and eco-consciousness—a win-win for both accounting and PR. To realize these benefits, begin with IT. According to Symantec’s 2009 Green Report, 86% of companies surveyed felt that “it is somewhat/significantly important that their IT organization implement Green IT... read more.

  • February 02, 2012