D-Link has launched a solution for small to mid-sized businesses aimed to protect them against viruses, hackers and harmful content that can be maliciously downloaded onto computers and mobile devices.
With the mass market appeal of Tablets at an all time high, and given that Apple sold 7.3 million devices in the last quarter of 2010 for a total of 14.7 million since the iPad's launch last year, (hardly surprising given that Apple had no real competition apart from Samsung's Galaxy Tab which arrived late in the year) it's clear that the Tablet is the must-have gadget for 2011.
With Australians leading the world in terms of engagement with social networking sites, LinkedIn has added a powerful new tool for advertisers and media buyers to measure their effectiveness by joining Nielsen's tag based digital audience measurement service, Market Intelligence.
Professor Martin Gill, a director of the UK-based Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, has called for Australian companies to re-define security as a business driver that adds to the economic welfare of their organisation.
LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and social networking in general are proving to be a gateway for criminals trawling the internet for information that can be exploited to do harm to both businesses and consumers, according to security analysts.