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Get Ready for Your Close-up With AV

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The audio/video field is creeping closer to the computer domain, and CTOs and IS directors soon may find themselves responsible for both. Trust me-it recently happened to yours truly.

Look Whos Talking: February 19, 2001

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Looks like the technology labor shortage could soon become a surplus.

Seeking Direction

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Federal cybercrime effort at crossroads

AskJeeves Has New Answers

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AskJeeves Inc. has announced the general availability of Answers 5.0, its natural language customer service tool.

Tinys Firewall Does a Great Job

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Do your telecommutting employees need a desktop firewall with a small footprint that has hefty protection?

Dell, NAI Ship Flexible NAS Units

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Dell Computer Corp. and Network Appliance Inc. are honing their respective NAS initiatives with new, flexible hardware.

Fast Facts Infrastructure: February 19, 2001

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Procket Networks, a Silicon Valley start-up that continues to keep its research and development hand close to its vest, has lured away yet another of its competitor's executives.

NFR Appliance Nips, Analyzes Attacks

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NFR Security Inc.'s updated NID software and Network Flight Recorder Intrusion Detection Appliance caught virtually all the attacks eWeek Labs threw at it, proving to be a great combo for IT managers who need to know when their network is under attack.

SmartFilter 3.0 Plug-In Corrals Net Use

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SmartFilter 3.0, Secure Computing Corp.'s latest URL filter, offers an inexpensive way to deny access to irrelevant or inappropriate Web sites, improving productivity and protecting corporate liability.

ITs Survival of the Fittest

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Industry shakeout: good news, bad news for IT

B2B Takes Hold At Demo

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At Demo, the annual shindig for new and potentially noteworthy companies and technologies, most vendors were more concerned about simply getting their products to work than about announcing themselves.

This Single Point of Failure Was a Disaster Waiting to Happen

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Once again, it seems Microsoft's misfortunes are to serve as an object lesson to the rest of the online world.

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