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Users Push for CDP Shapeshift

Posted by inet on 2006-04-09

Storage users, always a vocal lot, are really having their say with CDP, re-shaping this emerging technology into something that looks far different -- and is more useful -- than what it was a year ago.

Customers want continuous data protection (CDP) to do more than handle post-failure rollback to a specific point

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OpManager Offers More Than Simple Monitoring

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-09    Article Source : Security Pipeline

AdventNet, a provider of network and telecom solutions since 1996, has recently released Web-based monitoring software, OpManager MSP Edition. OpManager is designed to enable VARs, systems integrators and MSPs to offer managed network services to small and medium enterprise customers.
 
Unlike competing products, AdventNet’s OpManager is not just a network

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University researchers grow tiny nanotube brushes

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-09    Article Source : EE Times

MANHASSET, N.Y. — Tiny nanotube brushes with bristles more than thousand times finer than a human hair have been created by researchers of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and the University of Hawaii.

The University of Hawaii scientists, working at Manoa in Honolulu, included Prof. Mehrdad Ghasemi-Nejhad, Dr. Anyuan Cao, and Vinod Veedu. The team

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Europeans rush to register .eu domain names

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-09    Article Source : Reuters

Hundreds of thousands of Europeans rushed to sign up for .eu Internet domain suffixes on Friday, the first day for registrations by individuals, the European Commission said.
 
"The demand of European citizens and companies will show whether they believe in Europe," Commissioner for Information and Society Viviane Reding told reporters.Read More...   Category: Internet

Hackers Worm Into Hard Disk Through HP Printer Software

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-09    Article Source : TechWeb News

Hewlett-Packard acknowledged this week that software used to control two of its color printers could be exploited by attackers to remotely steal files from Windows PCs.

The bug, which Danish vulnerability tracker Secunia dubbed "less critical," affects the Toolbox software included with the Color LaserJet 2500 and Color LaserJet 4600. In its

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Nortel to enforce 6% rule in market decisions

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-09    Article Source : EE Times

Nortel Networks Inc. will consider exiting any market in which it holds less than a six percent market share, executives said at a CTIA press briefing Thursday night.

Nortel chief executive Mike Zafirovski said that Nortel plans new and aggressive forays into both WiMax infrastructure and IP Multimedia Subsystem equipment, but added that

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Diamond Tuners Allow Remote TV Viewing

Posted by iMark on 2006-04-09    Article Source : PC Magazine

Diamond Multimedia announced this week that it has begun shipping updated versions of its ExtremeTV TV tuner card, which enables a user's PC to act as a personal video recorder (PVR).
 
The PCI-based PVR560 and USB-based PVR660 incorporate digital video recording capabilities with a remote viewing feature, courtesy of California-based

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Disney To Launch Parent-Controlled Cell-Phone For The Kids

Posted by iNext on 2006-04-08    Article Source : TechWeb News

The Walt Disney Co. on Wednesday said it plans to offer in June a nationwide wireless phone service that will enable parents to manage their children's phone use.

Parent-friendly features in Disney Mobile include being able to set spending allowances and track usage for voice minutes, text messaging, picture messaging and downloadable

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New Apple software lets Intel Macs boot Windows

Posted by iMark on 2006-04-08    Article Source : MacCentral

Apple today introduced Boot Camp, new public-beta software for Mac OS X that lets users of Intel Macs boot directly into Microsoft Windows XP. While the move may contradict previous statements by Apple, the company said they still have no intention of fully supporting Windows on the Mac.
 
“After we

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Google Debuts Second Toolbar For Firefox

Posted by iTech on 2006-04-08    Article Source : ExtremeTech

Google has released the second version of Google Toolbar for the Firefox operating system, which includes support for RSS feeds and new Safe Browsing tools.
 
Interestingly, the new toolbar doesn't have the same feature set as the Google Toolbar for Internet Explorer.

"Meanwhile, you IE Toolbar 4 fans may

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