Why it’s time to take your documents digital
Paper workflows can have serious implications for data processing and legal security
Documents: the security risk you hadn't thought of
The consequences of data loss are becoming more and more serious
Three ways to protect PDF documents
How can you safeguard your organisation's documents?
Going paperless? Make your PDFs accessible
Why document accessibility should be at the top of your agenda
Announcing the winners of the IT Pro Awards
What were the best products in 2013? And who were the best leaders? Read on to find out...
Adobe Reader and Acrobat flaws to be fixed this week
Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat will be patched in the coming days.
Adobe overhauls digital signing system post-attack
Software giant rushes to fix signing system following discovery of digitally signed malware.
Another Adobe zero day strikes
Adobe Acrobat and Reader are affected by the critical vulnerability, as the software maker scrambles to issue a fix.
Nuance Dragon Dictate 2.0 for Mac review
The newest version of Nuance's Dragon Dictate voice recognition software for Mac is finally available. Is it a second-class port of a Windows app or a…
Trojans still reigning in malware top 10
Trojans dominate GFI Software's top 10 malware threats of February.
Brother MFC-9970CDW review
Kat Orphanides examines a multifunction printer that does everything but make the tea.
Hosting: develop enterprise efficiency and agility
The strategic obligation of a CTO or CIO is to ensure that IT meets the needs of the business, matching the ever-changing corporate objectives.
Tableau Desktop Professional Edition review
Can Tableau's business intelligence program justify its high price? Karl Wright takes a closer look at the figures to find out.
BlackBerry fixes critical Enterprise Server flaw
RIM issues patches and a workaround for a critical vulnerability in its BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Nuance PDF Converter Professional 7 review
Comprehensive PDF creation, editing and exporting facilities at a fraction of the price of Adobe Acrobat Pro. Is it a bargain or do you only get what …
How to protect a group of office PCs from viruses
Safeguarding multiple office computers from malware doesn't have to be difficult or expensive, as Simon Edwards shows in our step-by-step guide.
Top 10 malware list shows rise of fake anti-virus
The top 10 malware threat list from Sunbelt Software has provided further proof of the rise of fake anti-virus software.
Adobe Reader and IE feel brunt of web-based malware
Symantec's latest annual report shows PDF-based attacks accounted for nearly half of all online attacks in 2009, with 240 million new threats identifi…
Head to Head: Office 2010 vs Open Office 3.1
UPDATED: It's a battle of the office productivity suites as we look at how Office 2010 shapes up against its main open source alternative. We find out…
Adobe software hit again by hackers
A zero-day exploit appears to have hit drawing tool Adobe Illustrator.
Should Adobe auto-update Flash and PDF Reader?
This year has seen Adobe plugin exploits hit the headlines. Is it time that the company automatically updates its software?
Abbyy Finereader 10 review
Can Abbyy take OCR technology any further with its latest version?
Adobe adds to patching burden with 29 flaw fixes
Adobe has its own major security patch update for its PDF-reading software.