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Posted by inet on 2006-04-16       Article Source : InformationWeek

Trillium Software has unveiled a new release of its data quality management application that offers new interoperability, application integration, and internationalization capabilities. TS Quality Version 10, Enterprise Services Editions, provides companies with growing data volumes a platform for establishing a total data quality program.
The new software is Unicode-enabled, allowing businesses to process all types of global data in multiple languages using a single product. The system also stores metadata as XML and provides pre-packaged interfaces and Web services capabilities

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-15       Article Source : ExtremeTech

Orb Networks, whose free player software allows users to watch their televison and recorded media on a remote PC, said Thursday that it will now interact with TiVo personal video recorders.
Orb's DVR Everywhere software will allow Series 2 TiVo owners to connect their boxes to the PC, allowing video content stored there to be remotely broadcast to a laptop or mobile device. The TiVo can also be managed, including the scheduling of remote TiVo2Go transfers to another PC or

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-14       Article Source : AFP

North Korea unveiled a new economic blueprint this week that sets the impoverished Stalinist state the target of becoming a high-technology powerhouse within two decades.
Military spending remains the biggest budget item and a top priority for North Korea, one of the world's poorest countries that fields the fifth biggest army.

Next comes agriculture and the goal of feeding its people, a target that North Korea has missed every year for more than a decade, during which it has

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-13       Article Source : TechWeb News

Homeowners and renters can select interior design plans online or at kiosks through City Furniture thanks to new software designed by IBM.
IBM announced Monday that its WebSphere, DB2, and DB2 Everywhere, combined with xSeries servers, are powering City Furniture's Academy of Design, a unique multi-channel retail solution.

The company's center for e-business innovation in Atlanta helped the furniture and design service center develop a custom business model and innovative applications for design kiosks in the Florida stores, as

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-12       Article Source : AFP

Malaysia pledged to take an aggressive stance on companies using pirated software, with surprise raids on private offices as part of the crackdown.
"Let me warn recalcitrant companies not to treat this lightly as ... you will be caught and be brought to court to face the full penalty of the law," said Roslan Mahayudin from the domestic trade and consumer affairs ministry.

Roslan said Malaysia had succeeded in lowering the piracy rate in private businesses from around 70

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-12       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

Business Objects is plunging into the white-hot software-as-a-service (SaaS) market.
This week, the company is scheduled to launch CrystalReports.com, a hosted subscription offering for its reporting software. The venture makes Business Objects one of the first analytics developers to dive into the on-demand software market pioneered by enterprise applications vendors.

One issue that remains to be resolved is whether channel partners will get a commission for reselling the Premium edition of CrystalReports.com.

Loren Bahnick, owner of Scientia Partners,

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-10       Article Source : Reuters

Business Objects SA will introduce a Web-based version of its database marketing software on Monday, the latest company to push into the fast-growing market for applications delivered over the Internet.
The French-American software maker said on Friday that the crystalreports.com product offered as a monthly subscription service would help penetrate the small- and medium-sized business market.

The San Jose, California, and Paris-based company makes software to help companies mine mountains of information stored in databases and use the data

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-10       Article Source : InfoWorld

On-demand software vendor and Wall Street darling Salesforce.com took a hit on Friday just one day after the company acknowledged yet another service interruption which affected customers in North America.
The company's stock was down almost five percent in midday trading, with news of the service outage a likely source. According to the company's monitoring service, trust.salesforce.com, the company's hosted CRM service is back up and running. The site notes that there was an interruption on Thursday, beginning at 8:11

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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 monitoring tool. The tool acts as a watchdog, continuously monitoring the network for trouble spots, and will instantly send alerts to notify administrators when and if a fault occurs.
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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 Orb Networks. Orb, which is a member of the Digital Living Network Alliance, creates streaming media software, and offers an architecture that allows users to access digital content from afar.

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Posted by inet on 2006-04-08       Article Source : NewsFactor

Hewlett-Packard has noted that a vulnerability in the software that ships with two of its printers could open a Windows PC to attack. The security flaws, reported by HP and security firm Secunia, was discovered by Richard Horsman of Sec-1.com. 
Horsman discovered that a vulnerability exists in the Toolbox software that comes with HP's Color LaserJet 2500 and 4600 printers. If exploited, the flaw could allow an unauthorized user to pull files from a Windows machine running on the same network

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-06       Article Source : TechWeb News

Geisinger Health System will build a Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) with two community hospitals that could eventually provide thousands of doctors at dozens of hospitals access to patient health records electronically, the Pennsylvania company said Tuesday.
The platform built on Vignette Corp. software tools, along with a record locator service and master patient index, will give physicians throughout the region access to critical patient information outside Geisinger Health System's immediate network. The system will provide better coordination of care.

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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-05       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

BEIJING-- Chinese Internet censors take more than a week to identify and block access to sites that allow Internet users to circumvent their controls, according to a top executive at Anonymizer.
"We've been surprised how long it takes the Chinese to block these sites," said Lance Cottrell, Anonymizer's president and chief scientist. "It generally takes them in excess of one week."

That's good news for Anonymizer, which recently introduced its Operation: Anti-Censorship software that allows Chinese Internet users to access

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Posted by iTech on 2006-04-04       Article Source : InfoWorld

Faced with resistance from the U.S. government’s Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), Israeli software company Check Point Software Technologies put its $225 million offer to purchase IPS (intrusion prevention software) vendor Sourcefire on hold March 23, raising the specter of heightened government oversight of mergers and acquisitions.
In documents published on Check Point’s Web page, the company cited “complex technology, the complexity of the process, [and] the current scrutiny of CFIUS” as its reasons for withdrawing

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Posted by iMark on 2006-04-04       Article Source : NewsFactor

In the wake of concerns about PCs not being powerful enough to handle the Windows Vista operating system when it hits the streets, Microsoft has launched a program that will identify new computers that are capable of running it when it ships.
A logo with the familiar Microsoft Windows icon will declare a computer "Vista Capable" to indicate that the machine can be upgraded to Vista.

The program currently only applies to PCs that can run the home

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