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  • Poll: Win 2000 still a tough sell

    Microsoft customers are still scratching their heads over the complexities of Active Directory, which are keeping upgrades to Windows 2000 from reaching critical mass almost two years after the release of the operating system, according to new survey data from International Data Corp.

  • Security delves deeper

    Security systems are spreading roots deeper into network processes, leveraging directory and policy control to halt a growing breed of internal computer threats. Novell Inc., NetIQ Corp., and NetScreen Technologies Inc. are weighing in with products that integrate with these internal assets.

  • Italian carriers launch stolen mobile phone registry

    Italy's four mobile phone companies have agreed to introduce a joint register of stolen phones in order to prevent thieves from reusing the handsets, the companies announced Saturday. Telecom Italia Mobile SpA (TIM), Omnitel Vodafone SpA, Wind SpA and Blu SpA have agreed to deny their services to anyone in possession of a cellphone contained in the stolen phone "black list," the companies said in a joint statement.

  • Ask Jeeves buys tools to search databases

    Search engine developer Ask Jeeves Inc. said Monday that it has acquired the technology assets of Octopus Inc. and will use the new products to extend the search capabilities of its enterprise software to let users find information stored in a back-end database.

  • Compaq firms up low-end storage line

    Compaq Computer Corp. began shipping a new storage product Monday that brings some of the company's higher-end data protection tools down to a less expensive piece of hardware.

  • Accenture, Siebel team on public sector CRM

    IT services and consulting firm Accenture Ltd. and software maker Siebel Systems Inc. have forged an alliance to target public-sector agencies worldwide, the companies said Monday.

  • Yahoo strikes deal with media buyer

    IT services and consulting firm Accenture Ltd. and software maker Siebel Systems Inc. have forged an alliance to target public-sector agencies worldwide, the companies said Monday.

  • Gartner predictions: IT can still fuel growth

    A new report released by research company Gartner Inc. outlines technology's chances for influencing business development in the new year and states that as long as companies plan with caution, IT investment will remain a viable option for business growth in 2002.

  • Despite single currency, European prices vary

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • PCCW issues $100M in exchangeable bonds to Intel

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • Telia taps Lucent for long haul

    Sweden's Telia International Monday announced that Lucent Technologies Inc. will supply long-haul dense wave division multiplexing gear to complete Telia's North American network.

  • Ebay off the block in China

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • Microsoft inks storage deal for MSN music service

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • Brits get second-level domain for individuals: me.uk

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • Listen.com's Rhapsody adds Sony to service

    In its third major label deal in a week, Listen.com Inc. said Monday that Sony Music Entertainment Inc. has agreed to offer its vast catalog of music through Listen's Rhapsody subscription service.

  • RSA offers token, smart-card reader combo

    Aiming to decrease the amount of data employees need for security and authentication, RSA Security Inc. Monday announced the release of its SecurID ComboReader.

  • Conxion offers pay-as-you-go caching service

    Managed Web hoster Conxion Corp. rolled out a suite of content delivery offerings Monday, including a new caching service that lets enterprises speed specific content, rather than entire Web sites, and pay for it on a per-use basis.

  • Palm releases Bluetooth software development kit

    Palm's operating system division has launched a test version of a software development kit (SDK) for Bluetooth, allowing developers to make a start on building applications that work with the wireless networking standard, the company said Monday.

  • GT Nexus stretches logistics

    GT Nexus Inc. has expanded beyond an online reservation marketplace for the shipping industry, announcing Monday its integrated logistics application suite that ties supply-chain execution to order and transportation management.

  • Internet trade associations in flux

    GT Nexus Inc. has expanded beyond an online reservation marketplace for the shipping industry, announcing Monday its integrated logistics application suite that ties supply-chain execution to order and transportation management.

  • CIOs are finding agility through cloud-based communications

    Companies grappling with new customer expectations turn to Communication-as-a-Service model (CaaS) for a more agile, cloud-based omnichannel experience.

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