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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-07       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

Avidian Technologies today announced an upgrade of Prophet, a Microsoft Outlook-based sales software package that focuses on the sales management needs of small and midsized businesses (SMBs).
"Most small businesses use Outlook, and don't want to have to learn an entire new software package in order to implement sales management features," said James Wong, CEO and co-founder of Avidian Technologies. "We solved this issue by integrating Prophet deeply within Outlook."

Unlike traditional CRM or sales management software, Prophet is

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-07       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

Senvid introduced MioNet, virtual workplace software that allows small business users to remotely access, share, and back up data and applications to local and remote computers.
By delivering a single integrated view of a user's entire digital content--a view that is the same regardless of where the data is located or where they are located--MioNet provides a simple, secure, and economical solution to connect employees to their data, each other, and their trust partners, said Lambertus Hesselink, president, co-founder, and

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-06       Article Source : InfoWorld

In what some are calling a significant sign of the times in the software industry, OpSource, a SaaS (software as a service) infrastructure provider, will announce this week the Incubator Program, one of the first such initiatives to help startups deliver their applications using the SaaS model.
The OpSource Incubator Program for future service providers will include a fully functioning SaaS infrastructure guaranteed with 100 percent uptime, system monitoring and access to around-the-clock technical support for six months at no

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-06       Article Source : TechWeb News

IBM Tivoli announced its next wave of software that automatically finds and fixes problems.
Alan Ganek, IBM Tivoli Software chief technology officer and vice president of IBM Autonomic Computing, said in a prepared statement Friday that the release marked the beginning of an era of self-healing technology. IBM compares the self-healing software to the body's nervous system's ability to heal without conscious thought.

The software, which includes a monitoring tool, a composite application manger and automation for multiplatforms, can

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Posted by iTech on 2005-12-05       Article Source : InformationWeek

Following up on its Wednesday debut of hosted file sharing, shopping, and collaboration service Glide Effortless, New York-based TransMedia next week plans to announce new browser-based business tools for e-commerce administration, data synchronization, project management, and document creation.

The hosted applications are due to be released in the first quarter of 2006 under the rubric Glide Business. They will include online environments designed to complement Transmedia’s consumer application suite and to facilitate the commercialization of digital media assets like music and movies.Read More...  

Posted by iTech on 2005-12-03       Article Source : NewsFactor

The Free Software Foundation (FSF) plans to revise the license that regulates the use of open-source software. A draft version of the GNU General Public License will be released in January.
Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the FSF originally released the first version of the GNU General Public License in 1991.

"This license was originally intended for free software that was developed by the FSF," said Peter Brown, the FSF's executive director. "But the I.T. industry has changed enormously since

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Posted by inet on 2005-12-03       Article Source : NewsFactor

Microsoft has opened the beta of OneCare to the general public, inviting Windows users everywhere to test the new all-in-one security suite that provides integrated antivirus, antispyware, and firewall capabilities. Redmond had originally restricted the trial to a select number of testers.
In May of this year, Microsoft had announced it was planning to launch OneCare as a subscription-based security service that would also offer PC tune-up tools.

It then invited selected testers to try out the service in

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-02       Article Source : eWeek

Sun Microsystems Inc. has decided to make its Java Enterprise System, Sun N1 management software, and Sun developer tools available for development and deployment at no cost, while reaffirming its commitment to open-sourcing all this software over time.
The Santa Clara, Calif., company is also integrating all of this software and the Solaris operating system into a new product, known as the Solaris Enterprise System, to give customers an open infrastructure software platform.

The new Solaris Enterprise System will

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Posted by iNext on 2005-12-02       Article Source : TechWeb News

Entertainment services company Thomson is testing software it developed that manages encoding and decoding of encrypted media in real time as video and audio stream from broadcast stations or telecommunications carriers to cellular phones and hand-held wireless devices.
The unnamed software, took two years to develop, the company said. Trials began in the second quarter of this year. "The software is being tested in France by most of the carrier operators, and we are in discussions in the United States

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Posted by iMark on 2005-12-02       Article Source : NewsFactor

WinZip, a well-known name in software compression, recently unveiled the latest version of its long-standing utility. Available in either Standard or Pro editions, WinZip 10 provides something for everyone needing an all-encompassing compression tool.
WinZip 10 installs in just minutes. Just download the file from the company's Web site, click a few buttons, and you're ready to go.

The application's interface has not changed that much over earlier versions of the software. You have the option of selecting classic

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-29   

The forthcoming arrival of Aperture has provided something of a wake-up call to Adobe—but not because the software giant sees Apple’s new pro-level application for managing and editing digital photos as a Photoshop rival. Rather, Adobe believes that Aperture underscores the desire of professional photographers to have better workflow tools. And that’s a desire Adobe hopes to meet with its own offerings.
“Whenever there are other solutions popping up, it is a sign that there is a lot of change going

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-29   

Digital River Inc. stock fell Monday after Microsoft Corp. announced it will begin providing companies with free software deployment tools, which could limit the growth of a deployment deal between the two companies.
Shares of Digital River, which is based in Eden Prairie, Minn., fell $2.72, or 9.9 percent, to $24.83 in midday trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market. The 52-week low of $22.43 was set May 13.

On Monday, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft, the world's largest software company said

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-26       Article Source : Reuters

The operator of the Kazaa file-sharing network on Friday said an Australian court would hear an appeal on a copyright case in late February conditional on Kazaa making some changes to its software in the mean time.
Kazaa will have to modify its software to filter out key words linked to copyrighted material by December 5 or be shut down, music industry officials have said of the ruling.

The court extended until late February a stay of an injunction

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-26   

TOKYO - Japan's Fujitsu Ltd. on Friday said it would dock the pay of its president and several other executives after problems in the company's software forced the Tokyo Stock Exchange to shut down trading earlier this month.
The computer maker's board of directors cut President Hiroaki Kurokawa's salary by half for six months, and imposed pay cuts of 10-25 percent on other executives, including those in charge of its financial information systems business, Fujitsu said in a statement.
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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-25       Article Source : AP

Hollywood hopes that an agreement with the creator of BitTorrent software, popular for downloading pirated movies over the Internet, will reduce illegal traffic in online films.
The agreement negotiated Tuesday requires 30-year-old software designer Bram Cohen to remove Web links to pirated versions of movies from his Web site, bittorrent.com, effectively frustrating people who search for illegal copies of films.

The agreement involves connections to content owned by the seven studios that are members of the Motion Picture Association

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