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John Foley is director, strategic communications, for Oracle Corp. and a former editor of InformationWeek Government.
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posted in January 2008

Old Scheduling Dog Shows DEMO A New Trick

1/29/2008
We often hear that business technology must look and feel more like personal technology, and Demo's kick-off presentation came from a company that's moving in that direction. TimeTrade Systems, whose enterprise scheduling software is used by 300 companies, demonstrated an innovative scheduler for individual users.

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At DEMO, Microsoft Keeps A Watchful Eye

1/29/2008
At the Demo conference this week, dozens of entrepreneurs will vie for the attention of investors, customers, and the media. Microsoft is none of those things, yet it's a platinum sponsor of the event. Why? Microsoft is looking to bring more up-and-coming companies into its fold.

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A10 Networks Steps Up, As Juniper Steps Out

1/27/2008
While Juniper Networks closes down its DX line of load-balancing appliances, market newcomer A10 Networks is closing deals. A10 president and CEO Lee Chen says his company has signed four new accounts in the past month.

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Led By Software, VC Investing Hits Six-Year High

1/19/2008
U.S.-based venture capital firms invested $29.4 billion in 2007, the highest level of investment since 2001, according to a new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association. The IT sector, led by software companies, was the biggest single area of funding. The fastest growing: clean tech.

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The Junk E-Mail Epidemic

1/11/2008
Wired magazine editor Chris Anderson got so fed up with unsolicited e-mail that he blacklisted dozens of PR professionals from his in-box. Barracuda Networks CEO Dean Drako has contemplated removing the e-mail address from his business card. Extreme measures? Not to those of us swamped with quasi-spam.

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Spammers Up To New Tricks

1/10/2008
Salesforce.com users are targets of a phishing attack that employs malware disguised as Salesforce's Identity Confirmation feature. It's just one of several new techniques being used by spammers.

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Barracuda Plans Broader Line Of Appliances

1/9/2008
Barracuda Networks was founded five years ago as an anti-spam specialist. The company grew last year through acquisition and by selling appliances outside its sweet spot. Look for Barracuda to expand its line further in 2008 and push deeper into international markets.

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Goodbye Google, Hello Startups

1/4/2008
David Hirsch, a sales veteran in Google's New York office, is leaving the company to advise and invest in Web startups. Hirsch was one of Google's earliest New York-based employees and the first manager of its business-to-business vertical markets team.

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