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Posted by iNext on 2006-04-02       Article Source : AFP

Software piracy is costing the Indonesian economy billions of dollars each year and is stymieing the creation of a local information technology industry, a Microsoft representative said.
 
Some 87 percent of computer software on the market in Indonesia in 2005 was pirated, Microsoft Indonesia's Irwan Tirtariyadi said citing a study from the Business Software Alliance, an organisation representing manufacturers.

Lax law enforcement and widespread corruption contributed to Indonesia clocking in with the fifth highest rate of software counterfeiting in

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-30       Article Source : InfoWorld

Sonic Software is upgrading its enterprise service buses (ESB) Monday, with the company touting what it calls the industry's only third-generation ESB.
 
Often credited for inventing the term ESB, Sonic views an ESB as providing on-ramping of services in an SOA. "The main purpose of the ESB is to really allow you to scale up SOAs to mission-critical usage," Dan Foody, Sonic CTO, said.

Sonic ESB 7.0 is the company's third generation of product, it says. Sonic ESB 7.0

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

Arch Rock, a wireless sensor software firm, said it had received $5 million worth of funding from Intel on Monday.
 
The funding derived from New Enterprise Associates, Shasta Ventures and Intel Capital. Roland Acra leads the company as chief executive, which was founded in 2005. Savid Culler, former head of Intel Research Berkley, invented TinyOS, a wireless platform for sensor networks.

"Arch Rock brings a great team to this emerging area and we are excited to see their focus

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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 to customary closing conditions, to close in the first quarter of fiscal 2007.

BMC Chief Executive Bob Beauchamp said the acquisition of Tel Aviv-based Identify, which has about 500

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-27       Article Source : TechWeb News

SAP AG said Friday that Microsoft Corp.'s decision to hold off on delivering 2007 Microsoft Office to consumers until January will not affect the "general availability" roll out of Mendocino in June.
 
Microsoft said Friday the 2007 Microsoft Office package that includes Word processor, Excel spreadsheet and PowerPoint presentation software, will ship to business customers in October 2006. Consumers will have to wait until January 2007. Both products had been expected later this year.

Integrated into Office, Mendocino delivers

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-26       Article Source : NewsFactor

On Wednesday, Oracle announced several new business intelligence (BI) tools and applications that incorporate Oracle's database technology, its Fusion middleware, and the business analytics software gained from its purchase of Siebel Systems.
 
The software maker expects the products, bundled as the Oracle Business Intelligence Suite, to compete with similar products offered by software giant Microsoft and other smaller vendors, such as Cognos and Business Objects SA.

At the event held in New York, Charles Phillips, Oracle's president, said

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-25       Article Source : eWeek

A significant vulnerability has been discovered in the Sendmail open-source e-mail application that could allow attackers to take over control of any devices running the affected software.
 
The flaw, first reported by security researchers at Atlanta-based Internet Security Systems, is present in Sendmail's e-mail server software and could be exploited by someone sending malicious data to a computer running the software at specific time intervals, ISS said.

If exploited in such a manner by an outsider, the flaw

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-24       Article Source : Reuters

Yahoo Inc. on Tuesday said it is launching a service in the United States that lets people make phone calls through the company's instant messaging software.
 
Available in several other countries since December, the service allows people to make calls from their computers for 2 cents a minute or less to the top 30 national phone markets, including the United States.

The "Phone Out" service also allows calls from computers to regular phones at varying rates to a total

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-23       Article Source : NewsFactor

Novell has laid out a fresh vision for its future, highlighting several new products such as its just-released SuSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 operating system, and also being frank about the work left to be done.
 
The road map was articulated by Novell Chairman and Chief Executive Jack Messman at the company's annual conference being held in Salt Lake City.

In addition to seeing a big opportunity with its new desktop OS designed for the enterprise, Messman said,

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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 and application patches, multiple hardware platforms, nonstop PC replacement cycles, and evolving security threats.

"The idea is to make desktop management less complex by providing a single database

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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 Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates.
 
Gates will unveil a refresh of a test release of Internet Explorer 7, as well as a Community Technology

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-21       Article Source : TechWeb News

The Boeing Co. has chosen Wind River Systems Inc. as the supplier of embedded software tools needed to build a U.S. Army combat system, the latter company said Friday. Financial details were not disclosed.
 
As lead systems integrator, Boeing decided to standardize embedded software development in the Army's Future Combat System program on Wind River Workbench. The FCS is expected to become a network of 18 individual combat systems, including manned and unmanned systems.

More than 2,000 developers across

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-20       Article Source : NewsFactor

Chalk up another first to the hacker universe. According to the " Windows XP on Mac" Web site, a hacker known only as "narf" has managed to load Windows XP on an unmodified Intel-based Apple Macintosh computer.
 
It is a feat that Apple engineers, as recently as last Thursday, said was impossible.

"I don't think so," said Cameron Esfahani, a senior software architect at Apple, in response to a question at the Intel Developer Forum about Intel Macs

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Posted by iTech on 2006-03-20       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

In a continuing effort to crack down on distributors of illegal software, Microsoft this week filed suit against eight users of eBay's auction site for allegedly selling counterfeit copies of the company's software online.
 
Microsoft filed the suits in Arizona, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New York, and Washington, each a state where a defendant is located, the company said.

Defendants named in the suits are seven private citizens-- Agus Chandra, Igor Goldshteyn, John Hilaire, Jaike Hornreich, Edward Shklovsky, Jay

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Posted by iMark on 2006-03-20       Article Source : Security Pipeline

IBM says it has acquired a maker of linguistics software that law enforcement and other agencies can use to detect aliases frequently used by international terrorists and other criminals. The software, developed by Language Analysis Systems of Herndon, Va., can also be used by health care providers and other businesses to better manage lists of customer names and avoid costly duplications. IBM disclosed the deal Thursday, but didn't release financial terms.
 
The LAS software works by comparing a name in

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