Intel's McAfee Security Plans LayoffsOctober 08, 2012Intel Corp's McAfee
security division is planning to lay off a "small percentage" of
its workforce of about 7,100 employees, a company spokesman said
Tiny, Evil Things May 04, 2004Much like spam, spyware is a growing problem that's costing financial services firms such as Raymond James & Associates time and money.
CALIFORNIA’S NEW RULES OF DISCLOSUREJune 30, 2003A California law that takes effect July 1 will force companies inside and outside the state to disclose embarrassing information-security breaches.
Interlinq Seeks Bank Input On New Product October 04, 2002Interlinq Software has formed a steering committee to provide valuable hands-on input as it finalizes MortgageWareE3, its next-generation lending platform.
Cranking Out SavingsSeptember 10, 2002Banks are reaping order-of-magnitude productivity gains using workflow automation technology, which allows organizations to map business rules and procedures, and in combination with imaging, to automate the routing of documents.
Halifax Installs Antivirus System February 04, 2002Any Halifax machine connected directly or indirectly, to our corporate network must have a demonstrable antivirus solution installed on it.
World Briefs December 07, 2001IntesaBci licenses CLS Server; Kosovo American Bank installs Globus; Banco de Bogota signs three-year software and services agreement with Alltel.