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Three Levels of Security

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PX Technologies Inc., of New York, will launch a Web-enabled version of its Wintility Pro document management software next month.

Making 802.11 Standards Work Together

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Interoperability difficulties are keeping wireless deployments on hold

Strategic Ties

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Software assists in managing partner relationships

A Big Hand From CRM

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Many companies have turned to customer relationship management software to gain an edge, however slight, over their competitors.

Heir to the Evil Empire Throne

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A lot of people might think this is a bit premature, but I'm struggling to figure out which company will inherit the "evil empire" mantle from Microsoft. Right now, I'm betting it will be AOL Time Warner, but I've been fooled before.

.Net Turnabout Is Fair Play

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Those loud thuds you heard earlier this month were jaws hitting the floor all over Microsoft's corporate campus.

PLM: the Big Boys Push Their Way In

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On the prowl for fresh revenue opportunities, enterprise application vendors are pushing their way into the burgeoning collaborative product development space.

ReportSafe 3.0 Provides Flexibility, Ease of Use

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Ascend Software Inc.'s ReportSafe 3.0 output manager supports a wider range of operating systems and report formats than did previous versions and now sports a completely Web-based user interface.

Finishing School

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IBM puts ASPs through the paces

Open Source

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Is open source software more secure than proprietary software? In a word, "yes."

Bell Heads

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Voice developers of yesterday pleased with tech innovations being made possible today

Ready for Hardball?

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Vendors get tough on licensing deals; how to fight back

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