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New Business Model: Primix

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After targeting the software market, Primix has pegged its Internet-services hopes on a vertical-market strategy.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 14, 2001

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Novell plans to give its eDirectory technology away for free. CEO Eric Schmidt said developers, hardware makers and software companies could make use of eDirectory.

Tough Times Call for Creativity

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Good ideas and chutzpah go a long way in the game of survival.

Trish Lynch

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Why would you devote yourself to writing a piece of software and giving it away? For Trish Lynch, the answer was simple.

Router Revival

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Ciena hopes to focus optics for profit

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.

Love Your Enemy

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

Open Options

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The open source success stories, such as Apache and Linux, are well-known, but the tale doesn't necessarily end there.

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.

SPSS Broadens CRM Scope

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Launches new division to market company's analytical software in tandem with services.

Fast Breaks Newsfront: May 7, 2001

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U.S. prosecutors have accused two Lucent Technologies scientists and an executive at another technology company of stealing software.

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