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A Poignant Plea to the Powers (Th)at Be

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Why shouldn't Be give its orphaned OS all the options it can?

Tiptoeing at the Edge of the IT Chasm

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Stabilize was a word much in the news last week as an array of commentators from stock pundits to hopeful investors looked for signs that the downtrodden markets had finally stabilized.

BioNetrix Update Tells Who Logs In—And How

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Works with more devices; no remote management.

Allaire Finds a New Home

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ColdFusion 5.0 debuts under Macromedia brand.

The China Question

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Tech fears new tensions could set back key gains

The Traffic Jam

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A dynamic Web site comprises a number of different elements, any one of which can act as a bottleneck and slow down or stop traffic.

Enhanced Suite Polices Traffic

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With e-mail traffic only expected to increase in the future, enterprises are trying to find ways to control and analyze what's coming in and going out.

GallantWeb Goes Below $1K

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Can you buy a device that provides Internet access, file sharing, printing, e-mail and VPN capabilities for a small business and spend less than $1,000?

Diving In

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Chaincast's cheaper streaming

Filtering Out Net Infiltrators

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Messaging application service and hosting provider Interliant Inc. this month launched its new managed firewall service, designed to help customers guard against infiltration.

Server Speeds App Building

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Macromedia's ColdFusion 5.0 reduces amount of database connections, enhances users' productivity.

Hardwiring Privacy

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A European Parliament Committee is expected to take up legislation in coming weeks that would require companies to include privacy-protection technology in their products.

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