Archive for April 18, 2010

Kaspersky Lab recently held a roundtable discussion with different groups in the Philippines regarding the challenges, risks and pitfalls of cloud computing and the implications for the Internet security industry.

Topics discussed:

– the use of cloud computing services growing in the Philippines
– the risks and pitfalls of cloud computing
– businesses ensure security within the cloud
– the current state of security management industry in current cloud computing delivery models? How does it affect business deliveries
– approaches that cyber criminals are using to target unprotected or unprepared businesses and individuals who leverage cloud computing
– government authorities taking to help keep the cloud secure
– strategies can individuals and companies use to keep themselves safe from cyber attacks

Neo Computer launches NEO Basic B4105

Posted: April 18, 2010 in Tech

The Basic B4105, powered by the new Intel Core i5 430M processor, is the latest and greatest in the line of NEO Computer notebooks.

The B4105 comes in a sleek new black ID with a glossy IMR cover that is thinner than many regular notebooks in the market today. It features an energy-efficient 14.0” 16:9 widescreen HD LED LCD, ideal for high-definition content which the built-in Intel HD Graphics is perfectly capable of rendering. It comes standard with a 6-cell Lithium-ion battery which can last up to 3 hours or more depending on usage.

With a platform that counts seamless communication integration, ultimate multimedia entertainment, and cutting edge technology all in one phone, the latest in Sony Ericsson’s Xperia line ―the X10― is the mobile communications brand’s frontrunner in the race for 2010’s best communication entertainment device.

The X10 offers upwardly mobile consumers an easy-to-use, smart and visual user interface that makes for a navigation experience unlike any other, what with the responsive 4″ WVGA scratch-resistant touch screen and high-speed 1GHz Snapdragon™ processor.

Intel and Nokia recently reveal Meego, a project which merges Intel’s Moblin™ and Nokia’s Maemo Linux-based platforms. MeeGo is designed for cross-device, cross-architecture computing and is built from the ground up for a new class of powerful computing devices.

MeeGo will help to reduce market fragmentation and complexity, while helping to accelerate industry innovation and time-to-market for next-generation devices, Internet-based applications, services and user experiences.