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Computrace Locates Stolen Laptops

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When properly installed, stealthy agent phones home to recovery service, which notifies authorities

Philharmonic Computing

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Improved microprocessors make other technologies more valuable. Mass storage, for example, is worth more if less expensive, faster processors can execute more demanding compression algorithms

Easing Control of B2B Content

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An upgrade to High Branch Software Inc.'s business-to-business e-commerce software includes the Site Manager tool

Bank Card Taps Into Public Key

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ABN Amro Holding N.V. last week unveiled a smart card based on the public-key infrastructure and designed to enable people to access multiple applications using Identrus LLC's secure banking standard

VB.Net: Is It Too Complex?

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It exploded onto the software development scene 10 years ago and quickly grew to become a dominant force in programming for millions.

Remedy Customers Await Deals Impact

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Acquisition by Peregrine catches some by surprise; companies pledge unified technology platform

Netscape Still Isnt Dead—Yet

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Like the old man in the movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," the Netscape browser has been proclaimed dead many times, only to quietly respond, "I'm not dead yet."

Sybase Upgrades Against Rival Threats

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With a two-year hiatus between versions and an eye toward competition from Java and Microsoft Corp.'s Visual Basic, Sybase Inc. will ship a new version of its PowerBuilder fourth-generation language software development environment at the end of the month

Mea Culpa

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So much self-flagellation was going on at SuperComm this year, it wouldn't have surprised me a bit to learn that half the analysts and venture capitalists there had crawled to Atlanta on their knees seeking intercession and that the other half were wearin

Easing Control of Exchange

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GWI Software, of Vancouver, Wash., this week at Microsoft Corp.'s TechEd conference in Atlanta will announce a shrink-wrapped help desk application for IT departments built on Microsoft's Exchange messaging platform

Integrating on Their Own

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SAP and J.D. Edwards develop software tools that tie together systems and improve collaboration

eFiles: June 18, 2001

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European e-commerce companies want that personal touch from software vendors, according to a recent report from market researcher Frost & Sullivan Inc., in Mountain View, Calif

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