"The biggest problem I see is that a lot of protocols we use were developed in the 1970s," said Hancock, the Chief Security Officer at Cable and Wireless. "The bottom line is that all those protocols need to be redone. Until we start improving those protocols, we'll continue to see problems."Continue reading
Cable & Wireless plans to exit the US hosting market and has been trying to sell operations that include at least 12 data centers. C&W had no specific comment yesterday on reports that the company's US operations will shortly file Chapter 11, a possibility it acknowledged in June, saying it would "consider all options" for disposing of the assets it purchased from Exodus Communications and Digital Island.Continue reading
Documents written by the British pioneer are being cited by The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) in urging US officials to invalidate a controversial patent which could cover key Web functionality, including the Internet Explorer web browser and several tags in the HTML standard.
The patent in question is held by the University of California and licensed to Eolas Technologies, which in August won a $521 million court judgment against Microsoft after a jury found that the Internet Explorer browser infringed the UC/Eolas patent.Continue reading
Many businesses in the UK are receiving mails asking them to re-register their details with yellovvpages.com. Yellow Pages, operated by Yell, is one of the UK's main telephone and business directories. www.yellovvpages.com with two 'v's is not connected with Yell, or a US business called Yellow Pages.Continue reading