CmdrTaco from the without-the-aid-of-britney dept.
MrAndrews writes "In an article on ZDNet UK, a Gartner says that "Companies should consider banning portable storage devices such as Apple's
iPod from corporate networks as they can be used to introduce malware or
steal corporate data" I recently came into contact with a similar policy at a consulting firm that was concerned that top-secret information might escape through my USB watch, and made me leave it at the front desk every day. In that case, I know it was absurd overkill ... but is this concern a legitimate concern? No more music on the way into the office?"
The best book on programming for the layman is "Alice in Wonderland";
but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman.