Virtual PCs are the key to secure computing

Monday, 21 August 2006, 12:15 AM EST

For readersí convenience, Iíd like to summarise the long list of present best practices in client-system security implemented by all InfoWorld US readers.

When you sit down at a client computer thatís not hooked into a locked-down corporate network, thereís a drill. There are email rules that block potentially hazardous attachments, including JPEGs and Office documents.

At Computerworld.

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