The security of your IT systems has got to be one of the most high priority issues on the CIO’s growing to-do-list. Worrying if your firm is about to be attacked from some shadowy criminal gang hell-bent on sucking out all your valuable data and leaving you to pick up the pieces must be an almost daily occurrence for some. Well, let’s up the ante shall we?
If you live in Texas you may well find your problems have just doubled – according to reports a new strain of ants known as “crazy raspberry ants” (well, it is America you know) has washed ashore and is going mad for anything electronic. Yes, the pesky critters apparently are attracted to anything running on electricity and will feast on computers, telephone exchanges - anything they can get their little teeth on. So be thankful you don’t live in Texas. Although on the plus side I’ve heard the Big Macs are cheaper over there
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