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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

SAN FRANCISCO-- Mark Russinovich couldn't understand how the rootkit had sneaked onto his system. An expert on the internals of the Windows operating system, he was careful when it came to computer security and generally had a pretty good idea of what was running on his PC at any given time. And yet the security tool he was using to check his PC was pretty clear: It had found the rootkit cloaking software typically used by virus and spyware writers.
 
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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Researchers at IBM's Almaden Labs have developed a way to keep those nasty worms and viruses from running on computers, without the use of antivirus software.
 
The project is the brainchild of researcher Amit Singh, who has been working for several years on techniques to simplify PCs. Two years ago, Singh could see that computers were being choked by the growing amount of security and management software they were using, and he and fellow researchers Anurag Sharma and Steve Welch

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : InfoWorld

Seeking to enable multilayered transactional applications, BMC Software is introducing an addition to its Control-M product family that links batch-management systems to processes executed via Web services, messaging, and Java applications.
 
BMC's Control-M Business Process Integration Suite integrates real-time processes with batch systems on mainframes or other platforms such as ERP systems. A single point of control is provided for processes that are executed internally or with partners.

"It’s an extension to our Control-M product that actually facilitates business-process

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Posted by iMark on 2005-11-02       Article Source : eWEEK

The Web is built on open standards. Until recently, XML was considered one of them. Now, Scientigo is claiming that two of its patents cover one of XML's fundamental principles and is looking to benefit from XML's broad usage.
 
Charlotte, NC-based Scientigo specifically claims that its two patents on a "method for modeling, storing and transferring data in neutral form" # 5,842,213 and # 6,393,426 covers XML's basic idea of data storing data in a self-defining package, which enables it

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Posted by iNext on 2005-11-02       Article Source : InformationWeek

Radware Ltd. on Monday introduces new software that comes bundled with the company management appliances that's designed to help companies quickly get to the source of network performance problems. APSolute Insite is meant to deliver comprehensive network management and security auditing so IT administrators can manage configuration permissions at a granular level. The software will make it easier control user access to data, helping to enforce and comply with auditing requirements, the company says.
 
Mercado Libre, an Internet marketplace based

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Posted by inet on 2005-11-02       Article Source : AP

Oracle Corp. CEO Larry Ellison knows all about battles with old friends.

After all, Oracle just pulled off high-profile takeovers of PeopleSoft Inc. and Siebel Systems Inc.--a pair of rival software makers run by former subordinates who turned against him.

Now, Ellison is straddling another set of fractured friendships in a drama unfolding around Salesforce.com Inc. and NetSuite Inc.

The pioneering upstarts--conceived by a younger generation of Ellison's corporate progeny--have been helping steer the business software industry in a

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Posted by iTech on 2005-11-01       Article Source : Reuters

Japanese security software maker Trend Micro Inc. has teamed with PC maker Dell Inc. to sell Internet security software to consumers, a Trend Micro executive said on Friday.
 
Financial terms were not disclosed.

Starting next week Dell will load free 90-day trial versions of PC-cillin on PCs shipped to North American consumers.

In February, the computer maker will designate Trend Micro's PC-cillin software as "Dell Recommended" on its Web site catalog, said Trend Micro's president of North American

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360 video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low may help it win against rival Sony Corp. (6758.T), analysts said on Friday.
 
Current-generation Xbox sales have slowed ahead of the launch and Microsoft cautioned that early Xbox 360 sales would not be as high as expected, sparking an initial sell-off in the company's shares.

The world's largest software

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-31       Article Source : cio-today.com

Microsoft's Office 12, due out next year, will integrate new technologies that are far less obvious that what could be gleaned from the company's recent sneak preview of software's new user interface. The good news is that the changes taking place underneath the hood of the venerable business-productivity suite are expected to bring a much broader benefit to other applications and processes throughout the enterprise.
 
Office 12 is transforming from a personal productivity tool to a group productivity collaboration tool,

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31       Article Source : eWEEK

The Free Software Foundation is just weeks away from announcing the roadmap and process that will govern the release of the first draft of the rewritten GNU General Public License. 
 
Eben Moglen, the general counsel for the FSF and who is authoring the first rewrite of the license in some 15 years with its creator Richard Stallman, told eWEEK in an exclusive interview ahead of the OSBC East conference in Newton, Mass., next week that it would also be releasing

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-30       Article Source : InformationWeek

As more companies do more business over the Internet, they're looking for better ways to monitor and manage the experience their customers have. Business-technology managers want tools that will tell them more than just that the customers went to a competitor's site, they want to be able to analyze site and application performance and, in conjunction with existing management software, take steps to improve that performance.
 
Compuware on Monday will unveil upgraded software for its Vantage application service-management appliance, which

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-29       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp. on Thursday posted a 24 percent rise in quarterly profit on robust sales of its Windows software, but tempered expectations about a spike in sales of its upcoming video game console and set a current-quarter revenue target below Wall Street expectations.
 
Its shares fell just over 1 percent in after-hours trading.

Microsoft launches the Xbox 360 game console on November 22, the first of a number of key product launches over the next year or so.
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Posted by inet on 2005-10-29       Article Source : AP

NEW YORK - Sometimes, I feel as if I'm the only person out there without an iPod. Rather, I'm the proud owner of an Archos Jukebox 6000. I bought it more than four years ago, shortly before Apple Computer Inc. released its first iPod.
 
My Jukebox can do most of what iPods do, and like the iPod of its generation it only does music. No photos. No video. The main exception is playing songs bought through Apple's iTunes Music Store;

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-28       Article Source : AFP

Terrorists do not strike at random, and now a computer programme can calculate the risk of an attack on behalf of the business sector with a particular vested interest in the issue: insurers.
 
"We don't agree with their ends, but they are not madmen. They have a logic, we can understand it," said Andrew Coburn, director of the terrorism department of Risk Management Solutions (RMS), a risk modelling agency specialising in disasters, after a meeting of major European insurers and

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-27       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA-- Software developers are ill-prepared for the multicore processor era, according to a Microsoft executive.
 
"I come from the world of software, and we need to talk," said Herb Sutter, a software architect with Microsoft, in his opening remarks to a hardware-heavy audience today at In-Stat/MDR's Fall Processor Forum here.


The software development community recognizes that processor makers have been forced to adopt multicore designs in order to deal with the heat problems caused by fast

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