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  • Microsoft releases 13 security patches

    The baker's dozen of new patches includes 12 new ones that address flaws in Internet Explorer and Word, plus a re-release of a patch first issued in March. 

  • Microsoft to release 12 security fixes

    June's "Patch Tuesday" security bulletins will feature nine Windows fixes, including a cumulative update for Internet Explorer, two patches for Office and one for Exchange. 

  • Energy consortium takes aim at bottom line

    The Green Grid, AMD's new consortium on energy-efficient computing, is intended to help CIOs get power consumption and cooling under control in the data center. 

  • Notebooks in the data center take root

    Although desktops still dominate the business world, vendors have recognized that notebooks are the future. Should CIOs follow their lead? 

  • ActiveX update may cause minor glitches in Windows shops

    Analysts say the ActiveX patch may confuse users and create problems for Windows managers. 

  • Notebooks in the data center take root

    Although desktops still dominate the business world, vendors have recognized that notebooks are the future. Should CIOs follow their lead? 

  • Infrastructure management moves offshore

    As the offshore outsourcing market matures, Indian vendors are now poised to take over another chunk of the IT stack: the care and feeding of infrastructure. 

  • Wake up! Patch needed for 2007 DST change

    Next year, daylight-saving time will start in March instead of April. As a result, a patch to update your OS will likely be required. 

  • Microsoft's high prices drive FSW to Linux, open source

    Microsoft's high costs and pricing policies are driving FSW Inc. to Linux and open source apps and to server virtualization with VMware and OpenOffice desktops. 

  • Wake up! Patch needed for 2007 DST change

    This will be the last year your servers will automatically adjust to daylight-saving time. Next year, DST will start in March instead of April. As a result, a patch to update your OS will likely be required.