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  • Sun pushes Cobalt server as Microsoft replacement

    Sun Microsystems last week trimmed the prices of some products in its Cobalt server appliance line, attempting to pull customers away from Microsoft Corp.

    25 Feb. 02 08:44 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • CA unveils new version of its eTrust PKI

    Computer Associates International hopes that upcoming enhancements to its security lineup will enable users to roll out complex public-key infrastructure (PKI) technology right out of the box.

    25 Feb. 02 08:40 Written by Marc L. Songini
  • IBM puts spotlight on digital media

    IBM is setting its sights on the digital media market, dedicating a new division to helping companies store, manage, distribute and leverage digital media on an open-technology framework, the company said on Friday.

    25 Feb. 02 08:34 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • RSA unveils security product for wireless devices

    Aiming to make Internet transactions over Palm's handheld devices more secure, RSA Security last week introduced the company's first security product for Palm.

    25 Feb. 02 08:32 Written by Deborah Radcliff
  • Microsoft readies Baseline Security Analyzer

    Microsoft Corp. took up the lion's share of attention on the final day of the RSA Conference 2002 last Thursday, as a constant stream of show attendees huddled around the software giant's booth to glimpse a demo of its upcoming Baseline Security Analyzer vulnerability scanning product.

    25 Feb. 02 08:30 Written by Brian Fonseca
  • Qld Govt hails its IT cost cuts

    The Queensland Government is patting itself on the back for orchestrating lower broadband telecommunication costs and cutting public sector software procurement costs.

    25 Feb. 02 08:28 Written by Pete Young
  • Deal puts e-bills in the mail

    Aiming to stamp its mark on the future of mailed communications, especially in the corporate sector EDI Post - a division of Australia Post - has signed a three-year national deal for the supply of an automated electronic bill delivery service.

    25 Feb. 02 08:27 Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore
  • Startup automates router configurations

    Colorado Springs, Colorado-based startup Intelliden on Friday came out of its two-year self-imposed quiet period to introduce its router and switch configuration software.

    25 Feb. 02 08:25 Written by Scott Tyler Shafer
  • 2002 will be worse than 2001 for security, says exec

    If you thought computer security was bad in 2001, you're not going to enjoy 2002. That was the message from SecurityFocus Inc. co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Arthur Wong in a presentation he gave at the RSA Conference 2002.

    25 Feb. 02 08:22 Written by Sam Costello
  • Wheelhouse tackles CRM integration

    Wheelhouse Corp. last week announced software that aims to make it easier for companies to manage customer-related data residing in multiple applications.

    25 Feb. 02 08:19 Written by Ann Bednarz
  • Nokia launches multimode radio card

    Nokia has introduced a multimode radio card that will allow user to access GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) networks and wireless LANs using their laptops and handheld devices.

    25 Feb. 02 08:17 Written by Gillian Law
  • Demand creation

    In an effort to create demand where there is none, Nortel Networks Corp. is attempting to make metro dense wave division multiplexing "ready for prime time" by ruggedizing the technology for shared resource duty.

    25 Feb. 02 08:15 Written by Jim Duffy
  • AltaVista to close free US e-mail accounts next month

    Search engine company AltaVista Co. is refocusing on its core search business and will end its free Altavista.com e-mail account service for some 200,000 U.S. customers on March 31.

    25 Feb. 02 08:15 Written by Todd R. Weiss
  • Bug-reporting standards proposed to IETF

    Two computer security researchers have proposed rules to standardize the way security holes in software are reported and fixed.

    25 Feb. 02 08:15 Written by Linda Rosencrance
  • Microsoft patches three 'critical' software flaws

    Microsoft Corp. released three software patches rated "critical" late last week. The patches plug holes in Internet Explorer, Windows XP, SQL Server 2000 and Commerce Server 2000.

    25 Feb. 02 08:10 Written by Joris Evers
  • CA says it has cash to cover debts

    Beleaguered software company Computer Associates International Inc. (CA) has enough money to cover its short-term debts, it said late last Thursday.

    25 Feb. 02 08:09 Written by Laura Rohde
  • Toshiba to increase WLAN capacity with new antenna

    Toshiba has developed a wireless LAN antenna which is able to support network connections with twice as many devices as existing antennas, the company said Friday.

    25 Feb. 02 08:06 Written by Kuriko Miyake
  • Gates launches Microsoft's Xbox in Japan

    Were Microsoft Corp. not launching its Xbox games console, the early morning scene in Tokyo's trendy Shibuya district might have seemed unusual. A long line of gamers, queuing since before dawn, flanked by crowds of photographers, TV cameras and hundreds of Xbox flags hanging from light posts. But for launches of new game consoles and operating systems, the scene has become anything but unusual.

    25 Feb. 02 08:04 Written by Martyn Williams
  • IT World Congress under way in Adelaide

    The IT Business Forum begins in Adelaide today as a prelude to the World Congress on Information Technology 2002 (WCIT).

    25 Feb. 02 08:02 Written by Sandra Rossi
  • Microsoft explores new software areas

    Microsoft Corp. will find some receptive corporate users as it explores partnerships and potential technology developments in the storage and security software markets.

    25 Feb. 02 08:00 Written by Carol Sliwa
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    What other challenging opportunities lie within the IT sector? Seeking new frontiers to progress your career? Project management can help you excel

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