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39% firms hit by computer infections and leakages
... firms hit by computer infections and leakagesSecurityby CBR Staff Writer| 27 November 2013However, there has been a drop in incidents since 2011. Vulnerabilities in software are responsible for...
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Software vulnerabilities create internal data sec...
As many as 10 per cent suffered critical data leakages BANGALORE, INDIA: Vulnerabilities in software regularly used by employees at work are the leading cause of internal cyber-security incidents in...
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Cisco Sales Miss Casts Shadow Over CEO’s Turnarou...
The world’s largest maker of computer-networking equipment said revenue in the current quarter, which ends in January, will decline 8 percent to 10 percent from a year earlier, while analysts were...
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Cisco First-Quarter Sales Fall Short of Estimates
Fiscal first-quarter revenue was $12.1 billion, the San Jose, California-based company said in a statement today. That compares with analysts’ average projection for sales of $12.3 billion, according...
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Microsoft CEO candidate Stephen Elop mulling Wind...
Former Nokia CEO Stephen Elop. Photo: Nokia/TeMaFoto Oy Stephen Elop, a candidate to replace Steve Ballmer as Microsoft’s chief executive officer, would consider breaking with decades of tradition by...
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Microsoft CEO candidate mulls move from Windows
Published: Friday, November 8, 2013, 4:28 p.m. Microsoft CEO candidate mulls move from Windows SAN FRANCISCO -- Stephen Elop, a candidate to replace Steve Ballmer as Microsoft chief executive...
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