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In Depth: The Next Windows After Vista Will Demand Radical Rethinking From Microsoft
Microsoft is at a crossroads, and the operating system that follows Vista will likely mark a serious break from the past. That is, if Microsoft can figure out how to do things differently.
Holes Remain in SSL VPNs
Your Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) VPN still may not be as secure as you think, especially if your users don't always access the network via corporate-issue laptops.
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- Startup Pushes Open Source Document Collaboration
- Nokia's Low-Voltage Chips May Slash Mobile Devices' Power Use
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