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Nortel Debuts New Router Line For Converged Networks

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-23    Article Source : Networking Pipeline

A month after completing its acquisition of router manufacturer Tasman Networks for $99.5 million, Nortel has released a new series of routers designed for converged networks.

Nortel's new Secure Router 1000 portfolio includes the 1001, 1002 and 1004 for small offices and branch offices, as well as the Secure Router 3120 for

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CA Introduces New Systems-Management Platform

Posted by iMark on 2006-03-23    Article Source : cio-today.com

I.T. systems specialist CA today launched CA Desktop and Server Management 11, a scalable software platform designed to make it easier for customers to maintain control over their servers and desktop computers.
 
In particular, the platform is designed to help organizations cope with a constant stream of critical OS updates

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Microsoft Refreshes IE 7 Beta

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-22    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

For all the hype about its inaugural MIX 06 show in Las Vegas this week, Microsoft will have scant news at the show, according to a company executive. Microsoft plans to release two previews of forthcoming technologies--its Internet Explorer 7 browser and Atlas development framework--at MIX, which kicks off Monday with a keynote by

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Windows Vista Delay: Good News for Apple?

Posted by inet on 2006-03-22    Article Source : PC World

Microsoft's decision to delay the consumer versions of Windows Vista until early 2007 could encourage some holiday computer buyers to get Macs instead, industry analysts say.
 
"This gives Apple the biggest competitive advantage they've had in history from Microsoft," veteran technology consultant Rob Enderle, founder of the Enderle Group, said of

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In Brief: Sun announces C/C++ support for NetBeans IDE

Posted by iTech on 2006-03-22    Article Source : InfoWorld
Sun Microsystems has announced a preview version of the NetBeans C/C++ Development Pack, which allows developers to edit, compile, and build C and C++ applications on multiple platforms, including Solaris, Linux, and Windows.
 
The plug-in is supported in NetBeans 5.0 and preview versions of NetBeans 5.5, and includes such features as
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Bot Herders Ready Attack Against Message Forums

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-22    Article Source : TechWeb News

Botnet controllers may be planning a large-scale attack against message forums, TechWeb has learned.

The SANS Institute's Internet Storm Center (ISC) noted that a bot going by the name "FuntKlakow" has registered on thousands of phpBB forums. Speculating, ISC analyst Marcus Sachs noted that the bot's owner(s) may be preparing to exploit

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Nimbus Storage Appliances Unify SAN/NAS, SAS/SATA

Posted by iTech on 2006-03-22    Article Source : CRN

Nimbus Data Systems aims to unify SAN and NAS architectures in a new series of unified IP storage appliances, and the company is depending on channel partners to bring the products to market.

The San Francisco-based storage vendor on Tuesday unveiled two new appliances, each of which offers meets a range of

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Microsoft Readies Next Two Versions of Internet Explorer

Posted by inet on 2006-03-22    Article Source : Microsoft Watch

LAS VEGAS – Microsoft wants to make up for lost time, after waiting five years to update its Internet Explorer browser.
 
To wit, the company already has the next two versions of IE beyond 7.0 in the hopper. And while Microsoft execs won't specify exactly when they will ship or

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Brazen Botnets Steal From E-Shopping Carts

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-22    Article Source : TechWeb News

Two large botnets that control 150,000 compromised computers are hacking into users' online shopping carts to steal credit card numbers, bank account details, and log-on passwords, a security company said Friday.

The botnets, said Foster City, Calif.-based FaceTime, were discovered, probed, and disclosed to authorities with the help of an insider who

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AT&T To Seek Business Broadband Deregulation

Posted by iNext on 2006-03-22    Article Source : VARBusiness

AT&T plans to seek relief from regulations on its broadband data services for business clients after U.S. regulators eased rules on another major provider, CEO Ed Whitacre said on Tuesday.

A divided Federal Communications Commission on Monday exempted Verizon Communications from scores of regulations on broadband for business customers, including requirements that it

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