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Adam Mills

Apple finally releases crucial security update for Mac OS X - 0 views

    It might be six months late, but Apple has finally released an important update that fixes potentially dangerous vulnerabilities within both OS X 10.5 and OS X 10.4.
Jeff Johnson

Ballmer needn't fear the Mac…just yet | Irregular Enterprise - 0 views

    Boutique analyst firm Freeform Dynamics took a run at standardizing on Macs but the switch was not worthwhile. They're now back in the Windows fold. Their report starts by posing a series of questions about business benefit. They found that when pressed, business users were hard put to come up with anything other than woolly answers. So what usually happens when an average business user switches to Mac?
Jeff Johnson

Apple's patch process a mess, say researchers (Computerworld) - 0 views

    September 22, 2008 (Computerworld) Apple Inc.'s patching process proves that the company isn't serious about moving Macs into the enterprise, security researchers said today. One dissenting expert, however, said it was unfair to compare Apple's patching procedures with, say, Microsoft Corp.'s. "You have to evaluate the patching performance of the company if you're looking at Macs," said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at vendor nCircle Network Security Inc. "And the last two weeks hasn't been a gold star for Apple."
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Apple computers fighting security problems | All Apple News - 0 views

    For many years Apple Computers has been pretty resilient and safe from viruses and security issues. But recently the folks at Apple have had to deal with the Kamainsky DNS flaw that also affects other types of computers, and in patching the DNS issue Apple has went ahead and proactively addressed a number of other possible security flaws.
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