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Microsoft Adds Subscription Licensing

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In what it's characterizing as a first move toward offering customers the ability to license software as a service, Microsoft Corp. last week added a subscription licensing capability to its stable of volume licensing options.

Authoring Made Easier

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Ektron Inc. has released a new version of its Web content and authoring tool, eWebEditPro 2.0.

Hacker Challenges Are an Extremely Poor Testing Technique

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I've said it before, and I'll undoubtedly say it again: The foundation of strong application and operating-system security is testing, testing and more testing.

Love Your Enemy

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Ian Clarke irks content owners - can he sell them on P2P?

Rob Savoye

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Rob Savoye explains his dedication to open source software like this: "I'm a very community-minded person. I've done a lot of community volunteer stuff."

Honda Revs Supply Chain

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Syncata helps auto distributor slash inventory by 50 percent.

Peoplesoft Boosts HR with Acquisition

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PeopleSoft Inc. bolstered its long-held supremacy in human resources automation software with the acquisition of SkillsVillage Inc. last week.

Putting Focus on WLANs

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N+I show highlights functional 802.11x gear.

SiteRecorder Does Just That

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Someone at Lockstep Systems must have had one of those classic moments when a light bulb clicks on.

FCC Labs Waiting List

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Number of new applications filed in April for approval by lab engineers

Tools Promise Smarter Problem Solving

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A bevy of testing and performance monitoring vendors are following networking giants to NetWorld+Interop in Las Vegas this week with advancements that promise faster and more intelligent problem solving.

Model N Revs Its Stealthy Engine

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B2B software startup takes on Ariba and Commerce One.

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