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Websense offers to buy rival SurfControl

Websense is getting into debt to take over a main rival in the Web security space.

By April 26, 2007


IBM to start-up: Industry vet responds to recession

LogLogic's Patricia Sueltz heard a clear message about the economy from investors. But she already knows a thing or two about navigating through tough times.

By December 2, 2008


SurfControl buys anti-spyware tools

The security company has paid $6.8 million for application security company Apreo's anti-spyware technology.

March 3, 2005


LogLogic hires software veteran as CEO

Pat Sueltz, who's served at IBM, Sun, Salesforce.com, and SurfControl, now is in charge of a start-up that can help administrators make more use of server event logs.

By December 3, 2007


Any CIO not using open source "should be fired": a conversation with CIOs

Open source changes much in the way a CIO operates. Those who don't listen should be fired, a recent panel found.

By November 12, 2007


Marten Mickos' rules for disruption

Want to disrupt an industry? Here's how

By October 31, 2007


Yoggie Pico: Security on a stick

This is NOT a USB key! It's a tiny PC that can keep your main computer free from viruses, worms, spyware identity and data theft, phishing, spam, IP spoofing and DoS attacks

By June 19, 2007


Microsoft tests parental-control software

Windows Live OneCare Family Safety to help parents keep certain Web content from reaching their children.

By August 30, 2006


Windows Live parental controls due this summer

Software giant plans to release two versions of its new, no-cost parental control software for Windows XP.

By March 13, 2006


SurfControl unveils IM filtering tool

The Web filtering company debuts new technology that helps companies block instant messaging--an application beloved by employees but a headache for some IT managers.

By April 14, 2003