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posted in September 2003
Attendees at the Digital Hollywood conference were urged to come up with "better than free" online services to help cope with content piracy.
Microsoft is the latest to let its messaging service interoperate with Reuters'
California anti-spam law could hurt the white hats while missing the black hats
The deal will let Reuters Messaging connect with MSN Messenger and comes on the heels of similar agreements with IBM Lotus and AOL.
The markets tumbled again after news that the International Atomic Energy Agency found additional traces of weapons-grade uranium in Iran.
Microsoft has a prototype camera that can keep everyone in the room in the Web conference picture.
Maven Networks' software platform lets content providers take advantage of the increasing number of high-bandwidth users.
Mobile phone retailer Phones4U has banned the use of E-mail for internal communications among its 2,500 employees.
The vendor aims to help companies move away from collaboration silos.
The former Wall Street analyst says he was looking forward to a more restful corporate job, but instead he's become the public face of the contested acquisition.
Adding Intraspect's collaborative-workspace software augments Vignette's suite of Java-based applications designed to help companies manage, present, and collaborate around unstructured content.
For PeopleSoft CEO Craig Conway, the Oracle takeover bid is so over. Not for Oracle's Chuck Phillips, though.
Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2003 is the first new release of the former PlaceWare service since Microsoft bought the conferencing vendor in January.
Recording industry lawsuits have IT staffs working to protect networks
Investors shrugged off uncertainty, the recent sell-off, and a somewhat alarming report on the number of first-time seekers of unemployment benefits.
It joins bigger rivals like Documentum in adding digital-asset management to its product suite via acquisition.
Verity is reporting a profit of $1.8 million on revenue of $26.6 million.
Its new suite of publishing tools is designed to let companies pull content from a variety of repositories and publish it to multiple formats.
NEC Solutions America's Exchange package offers improved system availability without the complexity of clustering.
Its $7.6 million acquisition of Elron Software is aimed at luring customers outside of Zix's main market, health care.
The products are designed to match business processes in automotive, government, and life sciences.