News to know for April 9, 2008 features the top two smartphones in a corporate satisfaction survey, crimeware-as-a-service, "Manhattan Project" for security, EMC buys Iomega, RSA round-up, Gartner ITxpo roundup, and much more.
"News to know" is a joint venture between TechRepublic and ZDNet. The original post publishes every morning on business days in Between the Lines.
Notable headlines:Paul Mah: iPhone and BlackBerry tops corporate Smartphone satisfaction survey Tricia Liebert: Crimeware-as-a-Service - the next great thing in malicious attacks Andy Moon: What should a "Manhattan Project" for network security look like? Bill Detwiler: Your VoIP vision could win you a 56-inch Samsung HD DLP TV Jay Garmon: The Trivia Geek returns! Michael Krigsman: HSBC loses data on 370,000 customers Salesforce.com Cozies up to Google Apps Rev 2.0 Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft to add the Genuine Advantage 'nag' to Office Dennis Howlett: Secure coding: the invisible elephant EMC buys Iomega RSA round-up:
- How will Microsoft's trusted stack work?
- Trusted Internet initiative aims for security dialogue
- RSA's president: Let's cook up a thinking security defense system
- Microsoft patches Vista, Windows Server 2008, IE
- Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft releases public Beta 1 of Stirling security bundle
- Apple bolsters QuickTime defenses
- Cisco tweaks telepresence for the whiteboard
- Should corporate IT ban Facebook?
- Gartner's latest pep talk: CIO as corporate change super hero
Photos: Fuel cells for cameras (right)John Morris: More competition for low-cost laptops Dave Greenfield: An Open Source Class-Five Switch Infinite Loop: VMware offers up MacBook Air for Fusion switcher video
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