An anonymous reader writes: As every admin knows, controlling what your users can actually do on your network is an uphill task. The latest attempt to deal with the endpoint security, with tools appearing from a variety of directions — from Microsoft itself, from NAC (network access control) suppliers, and from developers specialising in system deployment and management, such as Altiris, LANdesk, ScriptLogic and others.
JohnnyGTO writes: "Nice to see some people understand that freedom of speech means both sides of an opinion!
British Lord Stings Senators Rockefeller and Snowe: Uphold Free Speech or Resign
Lord Monckton, Viscount of Brenchley, has sent an open letter to Senators Rockefeller (D-WV) and Snowe (R-Maine) in response to their recent open letter telling the CEO of ExxonMobil to cease funding climate-skeptic scientists.
Lord Monckton, former policy adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, writes: "You defy every tenet of democracy when you invite ExxonMobil to deny itself the right to provide information to senior elected and appointed government officials who disagree with your opinion.""
Chris Blount writes: "DirecTV's HD DVR (HR20), thanks to a recent software upgrade, now has Ethernet capability. Along with that comes the ability to interface with ViiV computers allowing media (pictures and music) to be fed from the computer through the HD DVR. Users over at DBSTalk.Com have reported that this new feature will also work with Windows Media Player 11 and Twonky. More information can he found at http://www.dbstalk.com/ in this thread: http://www.dbstalk.com/showthread.php?t=72947."