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Jim Bole, Infravio vice president of products and services, will present at the Web Services Edge International Web Services Conference & Expo in Boston, Massachusetts. Bole's presentation will examine 'Best Practices in Web Services Security, Service-Oriented Architecture Policy and G...
On February 16th at Web Services Edge 2005 in Boston, Mass., Mr. Farquharson will present the topic: 'B2B Policy Enforcement: The Third Rail of SOA Implementation.' In this presentation he will discuss XML Virtual Private Networks (XML VPNs) and their potential to mitigate security pol...
Sonic Software is the inventor and leading provider of the enterprise service bus (ESB). Sonic enterprise integration and messaging products deliver flexibility, scalability, and continuous availability through patent-pending innovations. Sonic Software enables over 700 customers to in...
During its quarterly Network Computing '05 (NC05Q1) launch today, Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) and Archipelago Holdings Inc. (PCX: AX), operator of the Archipelago Exchange (ArcaEx), the first totally open, all-electronic stock exchange in the United States, announced the comp...
SYS-CON Media, the world's leading i-technology media company, announced that its 2005 Readers' Choice Awards polls opened today, February 1, 2005, and will remain open for six months, until July 31, 2005. More than 50,000 readers are expected to cast their votes to select the best so...
'A start-up with an advisory board that includes Sun veteran Larry Hambly and HP veteran Rajiv Gupta,' writes Maureen O'Gara, 'says it's got core patent-pending technology that will improve the security and performance of network communications - so much so that newfangled Itanium-base...
SafeZone IP 2.0 is the embedded hardware security foundation for all security-sensitive applications such as digital rights management (DRM), mobile commerce enterprise, and anti-fraud solutions. Designed for cost-effective integration into any mobile or consumer device, SafeZone IP 2....
The makers of Hoodwinked, a modern version of Little Red Riding Hood, have been using Coraid's EtherDrive Storage Blades in a Storage Area Network or the past 4 months. The independent film maker has deployed 28TB of storage using EtherDrive to store its clever and funny version of the...
Coverity, the start-up begun by ex-Stanford technies dedicated to stamping out source code bugs, is about to trade up from its old product Swat to an upgrade called Prevent and a new product called Extend that adds customization. Veritas is using both to pinpoint defects and security v...
Barracuda Networks, Inc., the leading provider of spam firewall solutions, today announced the Barracuda Spam Firewall Outbound Edition, a new version of the award-winning Barracuda Spam Firewall. The Barracuda Spam Firewall Outbound Edition enables organizations to enforce corporate a...
SYS-CON Media (www.sys-con.com), the world's leading i-technology media company, announced today that SYS-CON.TV (www.sys-con.tv), the first streaming live i-technology television is scheduled to debut on February 15, 2005 to coincide with the first day of the upcoming Web Services Edg...
Applix, Inc., a global provider of single platform solutions for Business Performance Management (BPM) and Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, today announced the formation of the TM1 Center of Excellence, a global resource to provide Applix customers and partners best practice guida...
SYS-CON Media (www.sys-con.com), the world's leading i-technology media company, announced today that the first branded blogging community, www.blog-n-play.com (TM), will go beta on February 15, 2005, to coincide with the opening day of the Web Services Edge 2005 East International Web...
Maureen O'Gara reports: 'Symantec and Veritas have been telling the press that, in contrast to the thousands who lost their jobs with the Oracle-PeopleSoft takeover, only some 400 out of a combined workforce of 13,000 might be terminated when Symantec sucks up Veritas.' The reason? ...
Realm is providing enterprises with secure mobile networks that employ biometric security, along with a USB powered mobile server.
Symantec has yet to convince the stock market of the wisdom of its pending $13.5 billion acquisition of Veritas and whenever it talks about it, it only makes the situation worse. Symantec and Veritas did a joint presentation of the merger Wednesday, which explains why Symantec's stock ...
Last month Microsoft purchased anti-spyware maker Giant Software, which further fueled speculations concerning its anti-spyware and anti-virus products. How and when Microsoft will release these security devices is not known.
For users running Internet Explorer 6 with Windows XP SP2 installed, the Danish-based security firm Secunia yesterday published a demonstration of the vulnerability. The vulnerabilities, Secunia says, can be exploited by malicious people to compromise a user's system, conduct cross-sit...
Oracle, which has been counting PeopleSoft revenues as its own since December 29, took control of PeopleSoft two days before the end of 2004 and immediately started cleaning house, beginning with PeopleSoft's top managers. Oracle expects the deal to close by January 18 and is promising...
Yesterday at CES 2005 in Las Vegas Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect at Microsoft, and Judy McGrath, CEO and chairman of MTV Networks, addressed conference attendees. Gates was talking at CES for the seventh successive year.
Four Moscow-based security experts with Kaspersky Labs have reported that the number of new entries to its malware database jumped by more than 30 in 2004 - with the two record holders for damage caused being Mydoom.a (February) and Sasser.a (May).
Enterprises for the first time have the ability to deploy wired and wireless security access on a per user basis, with Aruba Wireless Networks' grid security controllers.
Tarantella began shipping its highly anticipated Secure Global Desktop Terminal Service Edition (TSE) 4, building on its experience developing secure application access software.
Fed up with phishing? Then the UK company Netcraft, famous for its real-time data on the Web sites of the world, has a new toolbar that may be just what you need.
China announced it is the first country to implement a large network using IPv6. This next-generation Internet protocol can transmit data at 10 gigabits per second. China says it has achieved speeds of 40GB per second, a world record.
'This transaction is an exciting opportunity that will give us increased depth in key sectors, geographies and markets, and an increased ability to seize revenue opportunities,' said Gene Hall, Gartner Inc's chief executive, in a statement accompanying the news that Gartner has agreed ...
'The acquisition is about market expansion, innovative technology and growth,' Joe Tucci, chief executive of Hopkinton, Massachusetts-based EMC, said in a statement as EMC snapped up network systems management company Smarts Inc, for $260 million. So far recently Tucci has acquired fir...
Enterprise PKI has a bad name. Complex, costly, difficult to deploy and maintain - all these criticisms have dogged this technology since it first appeared. To the dismay of so many CIOs, few applications have stepped up to make effective use of PKI. But this may soon change: Web servi...
MSN Hotmail advanced its claim to be the only free global e-mail service that provides antivirus scanning and cleaning for its customers by announcing an agreement with Trend Micro to provide its award-winning antivirus scanning and cleaning protection for MSN Hotmail's 187 million e-m...
VMware and Oracle's Server Technologies Division are in the process of formalizing a deal to do cooperative product development, performance engineering and marketing.
Security giant Symantec, The New York Times is reporting this morning, is 'close to acquiring' Veritas for more than $13 billion, trumping yesterday's $10.3 billion acquisition of PeopleSoft by Oracle, and dwarfing Honeywell's $1.5 billion bid this week for Novar. Only the possible $35...
IBM will resell PolyServe software including its Matrix Server shared data clustering software for Linux and Windows.
According to ClickZ Stats, the trends and statistics analyst that was formerly called CyberAtlas, the worldwide Internet population in 2004 reached 934 million. In the US, the total of online citizens is 185 million out of a total population of 290 million; in China the total is 99.80 ...
Sun has now patched a vulnerability in the Java Plug-in that, left unpatched, risked allowing an untrusted applet to escalate privileges, through JavaScript calling into Java code, including reading and writing files with the privileges of the user running the applet.
Swainson: 'Let's start by defining 'on demand.' First, on demand reflects what our customers are doing with their businesses - streamlining their business processes to make them more flexible and adaptive to new markets and opportunities. They use information technology as a tool to in...
A new Web mail service from ICQ will challenge major players in the field. The fee-based service includes advanced features, but falls short on storage.
In this exclusive 'sneak peek' at one of the articles from the forthcoming Premier Issue of ISSJ, the chief scientist of Veritas explains how most enterprises, whether big or small, now have NAS servers and that many are using them for more than just file serving. 'The cost of SANs has...
Microsoft yesterday warned customers who use Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0 or Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2000 about a vulnerability that could allow Internet content spoofing
The PeopleSoft board today recommended to its shareholders that they give Oracle the cold shoulder and reject its $24 per share bid for the company, seriously undervaluing it - says PeopleSoft - at just $8.8BN. Larry Ellison issued a statement saying that the offer is good till midnigh...
In an effort to help government and private industry combat the use of Internet services by employees for improper use, Stellar Technologies is traveling across the US. It is trying to show that pornography, gambling, and other illicit uses of an organization's Web services, is not a t...


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