Next Thursday afternoon at 3:30 PM in the Maryland A conference room of the Gaylord National Resort in Washington D.C., Sean Brady and I will be giving our presentation: APP 13 – The Future of Data Delivery Or: How I Learned to Stop Browsing and Love the App.
Ours is the last session on
Why it is the General Counsel's Job to Secure E-Communications, Not Just IT's
Steven B. Roosa, partner with ReedSmith, wrote an enlightening client alert yesterday explaining that in the business world that requires secure communications over the Internet, it requires the company’s General Counsel to step up to that task. The alert focuses on attacks on electronic information conducted through websites that use the “Certificate of Authority…
Google Chrome (Browser) Released Early
Of course, being a geek, I have to love the fact that Google releases a comic book to explain its new browser. Google Chrome, Google’s new Internet Browser, is set for an early release tomorrow, due to the fact that some within Google leaked the information out a little earlier than planned.
"InPrivate" Browsing offered by New IE 8.0 — Skewing Internet Browsing Stats??
[From our friends at Hogan & Hartson]
“Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 InPrivate Browsing May Affect Online Activities.”
On August 25, 2008, Microsoft announced on its Internet Explorer Blog that Internet Explorer 8, for which Beta 2 was released on August 27, 2008, included a new suite of features designed to limit the information stored or…