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  • Enterprise compliance and security: The ties that bind

    Enterprise compliance and security departments sometimes have a fractious relationship, the two essential functions struggling to establish common ground and work together to protect the organization as a whole. In this SearchCompliance handbook, we...

  • Binding gets Southern region role at Avnet

    Former Magirus executive Andrew Binding has been given a senior role covering Southern Europe at Avnet Technology Services

  • Desktop backup oversights that can get you into a bind

    Although enterprise data and applications may be backed up, users and IT administrators should understand the need for desktop backups. There are a few steps you can take to ensure that the right data is backed up as needed.

    It has been...

  • Five steps for successful bot removal from enterprise desktops

    A few years ago, I worked on a project that investigated more than 10,000 computers that had been made into a botnet because of a targeted malware attack. Weak security practices, such as no vulnerability testing and an overreliance on...

  • Even without an optical drive, data on a disc can be accessed

    I have a notebook or desktop PC that has no optical drive. Unfortunately, someone sent me something on DVD-ROM that I need to copy to this machine, and I can't get it on there any other way because it's legacy data. What are my...

  • XML Binding

    Working with XML data couldn't be easier in WPF. Just add an XMLDataProvider to your XAML and provide the location of your XML resource. Once the provider is configured it can serve as a data-source to a WPF binding, it works similar to the way you...

  • Email can be binding

    Can a contract be formed by email? Yes is the simple answer. In a 2010 case involving Prestige Homes v Neal, the Court of Appeal decided, amongst things, that an agreement made by email can become binding. Following a site...

  • bind

    In computer programming, to bind is to make an association between two or more programming objects or value items for some scope of time and place.

  • The important of a binding agreement

    Time and time again the courts see disputes come before them because the detail of an agreement was not written down. Another example, the case of Eaton v Caulfield, proves the point well.


    In this instance, two men...

  • Don't ignore Windows 8 security when reviewing desktop vulnerabilities

    As expected, there has been a lot of hype over the forthcoming Windows 8 operating system. Will it be good for the enterprise? Well, that's sort of a personal preference. I'm certainly...

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