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Illinois Man Fined For Piggybacking On Wi-Fi Service

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-29    Article Source : TechWeb News

In Illinois, riding piggyback on someone else's Wi-Fi could cost you some money.

David M. Kauchak, 32, pleaded guilty this week in Winnebago County to remotely accessing someone else's computer system without permission, the Rockford Register Star newspaper reported. A Winnebago County judge fined Kauchak $250 and sentenced him to one year

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EBay Shuts Down Site Selling Account Info

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-29    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

EBay helped to shut down a Russian Web site last week that was offering to sell stolen customer account information for as little as $5 each.
Armed with an eBay customer's login and password, a fraudster could post items for sale, collect payments, and then never deliver the goods. The site

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Updated On-Demand Telecom Service For Small Businesses

Posted by iTech on 2006-03-29    Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

RingCentral Inc. today announced RingCentral Online 3.0, an update of its on-demand telecommunications service for small businesses and mobile workers.

The market demand for affordable telecom services services has been exploding in the small business sector, especially for those businesses with less than 10 employees. Rather than shell out dollars for traditional

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Microsoft's OEM, System Builder Plan: A Plus For White-Box Makers?

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-29    Article Source : CRN

Microsoft’s decision to meld its system builder channel organization into its OEM group may be good news for beleaguered white-box makers.

Thomson Koon, sales manager at Hi & Low Computers, a system builder in Hicksville, N.Y., said he is hopeful that the restructuring may ultimately lead to Microsoft narrowing the pricing gap

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BMC Software to buy Identify Software for $150 mln

Posted by inet on 2006-03-29    Article Source : Reuters

BMC Software Inc. (NYSE:BMC - news), which makes software used to manage business computers, said on Monday it had agreed to buy     Israel's Identify Software Ltd., an application problem resolution software maker, for about $150 million.
BMC Software, based in Houston, Texas, said it expected the deal, which is subject

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IBM Working To Build Faster PCs

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-29    Article Source : TechWeb News

IBM Corp. researchers are working to build faster PCs and more reliable electronics, a company research scientist said.
The company reported Friday it has built the first complete electronic integrated circuit around one "carbon nanotube" molecule, a new material that IBM hopes will enhance performance on products from computers to diagnostic equipment.

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Survey offers a 'sneak peek' into Net surfers' brains

Posted by inet on 2006-03-28    Article Source : USA TODAY

Seeing is believing when it comes to understanding how consumers surf the Internet.
And they see very little online - including pricey banner ads screaming for attention. That's one of the findings of a study out today by Nielsen Norman Group, an authority on making websites and products easy to use.Read More...   Category: Internet

Tacit Goes Optimization Route

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-28    Article Source : Byte and Switch

You can count Tacit Networks as the latest company to combine wide-area file services (WAFS) with WAN optimization.

Tacit today added WAN optimization to the latest release of its iShared software, which runs on the vendor's appliances for remote offices.

The major additions to Tacit's product include TCP acceleration and

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Check Point Misses Critical Opportunity

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-28    Article Source : VARBusiness

The communiques coming out of Check Point Software Technologies are optimistic. Despite withdrawing from its purchase of intrusion-prevention innovator Sourcefire, the Israel-based firewall company says it will look for other ways to collaborate with its former acquisition target.

The Bush administration last week indicated it had national security concerns about the $225

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Gates lays out future for enterprise apps

Posted by inet on 2006-03-28    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Corporate users will increasingly combine traditional enterprise software with online capabilities to create composite applications, Bill Gates said Monday.

In the keynote address at Convergence, an annual conference for users of Microsoft (Profile, Products, Articles) Corp.'s business software running in Dallas through Tuesday, the Microsoft chairman and chief software architect also shared

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