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  • Phony government spam targets executives

    New spear phishing attacks are attempting to con senior corporate executives with threatening fake messages from the Better Business Bureau and the IRS. 

  • Networking for CIOs: A supercast

    Network management can help CIOs improve communications and reduce costs. Learn more in this supercast from and CIO Decisions. 

  • IBM targets threats against Web 2.0 systems

    IBM on Tuesday introduced a security offering designed to detect and prevent cyberattacks directed at instant messaging services, Internet voice networks and other Web 2.0 platforms. 

  • BlackBerry service returns for most users, RIM says

    Research in Motion Ltd. says it's looking into an interruption that delayed emails Tuesday night, but some companies are still waiting for the backlog of emails to be delivered. 

  • Email archiving: Four steps to ensuring success

    Compliance regulations and legal discovery issues are playing an increasingly important role in how emails are stored and retrieved. As a result, the need for email archiving has skyrocketed, and the CIO must play a significant role in making it work... 

  • CIOs: Monitoring employees thwarts Internet abuse

    CIOs are increasingly deploying Web filtering and content monitoring tools to keep their networks safe from malware. Big Brother may be watching, but CIOs say too bad -- it's working. 

  • Research: IM malware attacks on the rise

    With 41 new attacks carried out during December alone, 2006 proved to be a significant growth year for threats distributed over instant messaging systems. 

  • Geezers revolt: Age discrimination tops the best CIO stories of 2006

    Of the many issues we followed this year, age discrimination hit home hardest with our CIO readers. But other stories struck a nerve, too. Revisit the issues that mattered most to you in our 2006 collection of best CIO stories. 

  • Email service for basic mobile phones unveiled

    A startup founded by a group of successful European entrepreneurs is set to bring email, instant messaging and other communications services to low-cost mobile phones. 

  • self-destructing email

    Self-destructing email is electronic mail that vanishes or becomes unreadable after a certain length of time or upon the request of the sender... (Continued)