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

Corel and Lenovo Group have inked a deal to ship Corel's office productivity and small-business software on the new line of Lenovo PCs.
 
Under the terms of the deal, which the companies officially will unveil on Wednesday, the Corel Small Business Center--a suite of office productivity software that includes Corel WordPerfect Office, Corel Photo Album 6 Starter Edition, Corel Paint Shop Pro X, and CorelDRAW Graphics Suite--will ship on Lenovo 3000 laptops and desktops throughout North America and Latin America, as

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Posted by inet on 2006-03-02       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Symantec announced new backup and recovery software aimed at consumers Monday. Called Norton Save & Restore, the software is due to ship in late March. 
 
More home users are creating and storing increasing amounts of digital content such as photos and music. In order to protect this content against malware as well as hardware and software outages, consumers who may have never previously considered backing up their computers are looking for technology options.

Symantec designed the Norton Save &

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Posted by iNext on 2006-03-01       Article Source : eWeek

Collecting, storing and protecting data crucial to defending your company against legal action has become a routine part of doing business in today's world. Storage and content management specialist EMC is moving to cash in on the process.
 
With high-profile legal battles such as those currently raging between patent litigants RIM and NTP in the mobile e-mail space, or Qualcomm and Broadcom in the handset technology market, it's clear that managing complex legal activities has become a strategic element of

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-27       Article Source : InfoWorld

Software AG is packaging existing products into an integrated platform for SOA management and governance, with the CentraSite registry and repository serving as the linchpin of the platform.
 
Also featured in the company's new Crossvision suite is the vendor's Service Orchestrator product for composing and orchestrating business services. It serves as Software AG's enterprise service bus. Crossvision will function with multiple vendors' messaging buses, as well as application and portal servers. Software AG is emphasizing CentraSite, which the company co-developed

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-27       Article Source : Reuters

For more than a decade, Tom Berquist enjoyed life as a software analyst at Goldman Sachs and then Citigroup, delving into the latest technology and rubbing elbows with the executives of new, fast-growing firms.

But next month Berquist joins the exodus of Wall Street's sell-side analysts when he moves to a small software company himself, becoming chief financial officer of closely held Ingres Corp.

The reason? Mountains of red tape imposed by the government in the wake of the Internet bubble,

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Posted by iTech on 2006-02-26       Article Source : NewsFactor

In the same way that Google can search the Web, Google's desktop software can search all the files stored on your PC.
 
The latest version, called Google Desktop 3.0, likely will be in beta for a while, but is available now as a free download and can offer some real benefits to those tired of the slow performance of Windows XP's built-in search capabilities.

In addition to the file-search functions, the program comes with modules that provide easy

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-24   

REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. is giving businesses a preview of Vista, the next version of its flagship Windows operating system.

Microsoft has invested heavily in adding features that will make it easier and less expensive for companies to keep their computer networks secure and working smoothly, said Brad Goldberg, general manager for Windows product management.

In a conference call Wednesday, Goldberg said the new operating system would allow people to log onto their office's system remotely without needing to connect

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-22       Article Source : InfoWorld

Oracle has acquired open source database vendor Sleepycat Software, strengthening its hand in the embedded database market and proving true at least one of the rumors about its plans to buy open source companies.
 
The acquisition extends Oracle's embedded database product line, which also includes Oracle Lite for mobile devices and last year's acquisition TimesTen for high-performance in-memory database applications.

Sleepycat's Berkeley DB is embedded in several open source products, including the Linux and BSD Unix OSes, Apache Web

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Posted by inet on 2006-02-21       Article Source : InfoWorld

Seeking to more easily accommodate distributed development, IBM later this year plans to modernize its Rational software lifecycle management products to make them strictly Web-based.
 
While Rational has products now that can run in a browser, IBM is focused on server enablement of the offerings so they live on the Web, said Danny Sabbah, IBM Rational general manager. Rational RequisitePro, for example, could be deployed as a distributed application.

Key to the effort will be the federation of project

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-20       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

IBM today debuted new security software designed to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) automate identity management. This new application helps smaller companies thwart insider attacks and automate compliance by identifying "orphan accounts" and stopping unauthorized access to company data.

Called Tivoli Identity Manager Express, IBM said it will provide enterprise-class identity management capabilities at a price point that will be attractive to smaller businesses, and in a version that non-IT users can install and manage.

"Implementing identity management is

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-19       Article Source : InformationWeek

New lead management and campaign management tools and an enhanced document library are among 250 new features.

Salesnet this week introduced the 25th release of its on-demand customer-relationship-management application, and it's marking the occasion with an update that features 250 new features, including broader marketing automation capabilities in campaign management, lead management, and building batch-style HTML E-mail campaigns.

Among the new features is a lead-management module that places an emphasis on qualified leads, enabling users to more effectively focus their

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-18       Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp. unveiled on Wednesday multiple versions of its upcoming Office business software suite with features that aim to simplify worker collaboration and improve efficiency.
 
The 2007 Microsoft Office, previously code-named Microsoft Office 12, is the successor to its Office business application franchise, which packages together word processing, spreadsheet, presentation and other programs.

The upgrade to Office and a separate upgrade to the Windows operating system planned for later this year are crucial for Microsoft since those two businesses

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Posted by iMark on 2006-02-17       Article Source : InformationWeek

Microsoft plans to deliver Office 2007 later this year in a lineup of seven suites meant to deliver its most sophisticated business customers new features at higher prices, while still keeping users of its core word processing and spreadsheet apps in the fold.

Officially called 2007 Microsoft Office, the new productivity suite will add tools for routing documents around companies, publishing files to workgroups, and instant-messaging at the office. to the most popular edition of the software, which appears on the desktops

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-15       Article Source : InfoWorld

Borland Software is blending process improvement and skills training services with its Borland Tempo software to provide the Borland IT Management & Governance (ITM&G) Solution.
 
The effort is intended to help customers achieve IT and business alignment, increase control over IT projects, improve resource utilization, and ensure regulatory compliance.

ITM&G purports to link a top-down, business-driven strategy and decision-making with day-to-day IT management. Automated best practices are featured for executing projects. Tempo includes a Web-based technology suite with enhancements

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Posted by iNext on 2006-02-15       Article Source : InfoWorld

Two trendy software development technologies, AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and agile programming, are being advanced this week with rollouts from Tibco Software and Rally Software.
 
Featured is a new version of Tibco's General Interface development platform that includes a free deployment option.

Although AJAX technology has gotten hot in the past year, General Interface has featured AJAX-style development since 2001. The General Interface development platform is being upgraded this week by Tibco, which acquired General Interface in the

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