Telecommuting security concerns growI work from home, a 220-mile car trip from Network World headquarters, and the folks back there seem to be okay with this arrangement. Part of this may be that our IT department has a firm grasp on how to maintain security with remote workers. But it's not easy to do, and this week we talk to other companies that are wrestling with security policy issues as their telecommuting work forces grow. Click here for the full story.Google points search at corporate business applicationsGoogle Wednesday stepped up its interest in winning over corporate users with the introduction of features for its corporate search appliance that can crawl through data from business applications. Click here for more.Phish me once, shame on meBy now, you\u2019d think that nobody would be gullible enough to fall for a phish. But you\u2019d be wrong. In fact, in a recent study by researchers at Harvard University and the University of California at Berkeley, a good fake Web site fooled 90% of people participating in the study. Click here for more.Microsoft to unveil new patch management softwareMicrosoft plans to give customers a peek at the next version of its Windows Server Update Services software at the Microsoft Management Summit conference in San Diego next week. Click here for more.Univa launches commercial product based on open source gridsUniva on Monday announced the general availability of Univa Globus Enterprise, the first commercial product built on the open source Globus Toolkit. Click here for more.EMC introduces data protection for SMBsEMC announced Tuesday two software products to help small and mid-sized businesses protect e-mail and other data on laptop and desktop computers. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, patch-free since 2003:Business throws IT under the bus; Da Vinci Code, Google team for world domination; TurboTax reboots on tax day; Kodak raises film prices - remember film?; and all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking newsFor news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.