Demand and pay for IT security professionals continue to rise, while those of professionals in other IT positions, such as database administration and e-commerce, remain the same, according to two surveys released Tuesday.
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Hard work ahed to regain credibility with Wall Street
Administrators could limit or ban access to audiostreaming or videostreaming media
The dot-com fallout continued last week, and Scour became the latest victim.
Internet must be given time to mature.
Palm Inc. and Motorola Inc. will jointly develop a smart phone based on Palm's operating system and Motorola's wireless technology.
Two vendors of antivirus software have announced separately that they've discovered a virus that targets Palm's popular handheld computers and could be spread from one device to another. But both companies described the virus, dubbed PalmOS/Phage, as a low-risk one for personal digital assistant (PDA) users.
In an effort to move into the black, Web portal AltaVista slashed 25 per cent or 225 people from its workforce of 900 employees.
Controversial music distributor Napster Inc. fired off its last written salvo before it meets with the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in court Oct. 2.
Four out of the 13 servers that manage global Internet traffic failed briefly Wednesday night.
The 16-year-old accused of attacking major Web sites earlier this year is facing 64 new charges for hacking and mischief.
Barnesandnoble.com Inc. yesterday reported a $45.3 million loss for the second quarter ended June 30, more than double the $22 million shortfall in the same period last year. Excluding stock-based compensation and some one-time charges, Barnesandnoble.com posted $39.9 million in losses.
Only hope for survival may be takeover bid by Invensys
Invensys offer best way to secure company's future
Microsoft has issued a patch for an Internet Explorer bug that it said could overwrite files and eventually crash computers.