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Carahsoft Putting Cloud Virtualization Hardware On GSA Schedule; Joe Darwin Comments

Carahsoft Technology Corp. has formed a partnership to offer desktop virtualization hardware based in cloud computing on its General Services Administration schedule, the company announced Thursday. EVGA will provide its zero client technology to agencies through Carahsoft’s GSA Schedule No. GS-35F-0119Y. EVGA will also work with Carahsoft’s team and its other …

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Interior Dept. Now Wants Two-Year iPad Warranty

The Interior Department now plans to purchase iPads or equivalent tablets with a two-year warranty instead of one year, according to a Thursday request for information. The department’s National Business Center said last week that it planned two purchases of 10 new iPads with an option of buying 10 more. The department …

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Navy Looking to Start Enterprise IT Contracts

The Department of Navy is aiming to save 25 percent of its information technology budget within five years through enterprise deals with information technology  manufacturers. Terry Halvorsen, DoN chief information officer, told Federal News Radio the Navy wants to reach agreements with any of the 15 IT manufacturers it is …

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Carahsoft Strikes Deal to Sell Software to Govt. Entities

Carahsoft Technology Corp. has won a National Cooperative Purchasing Association contract to provide software to public sectors entities nationwide, Carahsoft announced Thursday. Matthew Mackel, director of business development for NCPA, said Carahsoft will provide software from Symantec, Red Hat, Adobe, HP, SAP and VMware. in the contract announcement. Carahsoft President Craig Abod said the …

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'Willysy' Infects over 6 Million E-Commerce Websites

Researchers from cybersecurity firm Armorize recently discovered a new malware attack has infected more than 6 million websites operating on the well-known osCommerce online merchant platform. Known as “willysy,” the malware exploits a vulnerability in osCommerce and injects a malicious JavaScript code, giving it access into the computers of online …

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Last Day of FOSE 2011

Professionals from across the government IT  industry will attend today the final events for the Federal Office Systems Exposition 2011 conference in Washington, D.C.  This week’s three-day conference highlighted the latest issues in the industry, new innovations and the future of the business. As part of FOSE, several keynote speakers …

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DHS Test Shows Humans are Weakest Link in Cybersecurity

In a test to evaluate how easy it would be for hackers to social-engineer employees and gain access to computer systems, the Department of Homeland Security found the human factor to be the weakest link in cybersecurity, Bloomberg reports. DHS staff secretly dropped computer discs and USB drives in the …

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Cookies Killer Nevercookie Provides Added Privacy

Online anonymity solutions provider Anonymizer, Inc. has released a beta version of Anonymizer Nevercookie, a Firefox plugin designed to fight Evercookie, a javascript API that produces extremely persistent cookies in a browser. The free plugin can be downloaded from the Anonymizer website or from the company’s Facebook page. In the …

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Return of the Aurora Attackers?

Researchers at Symantec say a new round of targeted web assaults appear to come from the same group responsible for last year’s attacks against Google and other major U.S. businesses. Writing on the Symantec Security blog, researcher Karthik Selvaraj said evidence collected on the new targeted attacks have  many of …

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