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Securing Storage a Sound Plan for Startups

March 12, 2004
FEATURE: SANs are useful for connecting multiple devices, but they're vulnerable to hackers. Now, new companies are taking aim at the problem.
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Veritas: Buffed-up Back-up for SMB's

February 9, 2004
Back-up and storage player refreshes key products for smaller businesses with features formerly built for major enterprises.
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New Web Services Security Spec Under Way

February 5, 2004
With security concerns looming in the industry, OASIS looks to facilitate the safe exchange of Web documents.
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CA Tailors Backup Software for Windows

January 26, 2004
The storage player cozies up to Microsoft ever more with the latest iteration of its backup software.
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VERITAS Automates Disaster Recovery Software

January 12, 2004
Latest Bare Metal Restore automates server recovery, bringing systems back online faster.
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Study Finds Fewer Flaws in Open-source Code

December 16, 2003
Software inspection firm Reasoning says MySQL source code contained fewer flaws than its commercial counterparts. But others question Reasoning's reasoning.
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Now Disabled on Your PC: Windows Messenger

October 29, 2003
The software giant takes proactive steps to staving off security headaches for users of Windows-based PCs by unilaterally disabling the Windows Messenger service and activating an XP-based firewall in its place.
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Symantec to Snap Up ON Technology

October 27, 2003
UPDATE: Seeking to beef up its software management and security business, Symantec goes after ON Technology, offering $100 million in cash for the Massachusetts vendor.
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IBM's 'Automated' Identity Management Upgrade

October 6, 2003
Tivoli identity management software line keeps pace with other product lines in its latest version.
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Standards Group Ratifies Upgraded Security Schema

September 22, 2003
OASIS will ratifiy SAML 1.1, the latest version of a security standard, which features opt-in account linking, simple session management and global log-out capabilities.
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Major Internet Piracy Group Leader Pleads Guilty

August 22, 2003
A former leader of the infamous Apocalypse Crew Internet piracy group pleads guilty in Virginia district court; faces maximum five year sentence and as much as $250,000 in fines.
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Major Vendors Team for Open Security Standard

July 25, 2003
Hewlett Packard, IBM, InstallShield, RSA Security, Sun Microsystems and Tripwire gang up to make computing safer for consumers.
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PeopleSoft Closes J.D. Edwards Purchase

July 18, 2003
UPDATE: After tendering 88 percent of J.D. Edwards shares, the embattled applications maker closes its $1.8 billion acquisition. Report: Using ERP As Oracle/PeopleSoft War Rages
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Microsoft Previews Web Services Enhancements 2.0

July 15, 2003
The software giant spruces up its Web services developer tools with new security features.
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IBM Debuts Privacy Language for ID Management

July 9, 2003
Privacy policies get a new twist as Big Blue creates a new language specifically to automate processes in businesses.
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HP 'Adapts' Its Storage Portfolio

June 17, 2003
UPDATE: Systems vendor rolls out new SAN tools, beefier business continuity, better groupings in the shared access storage areas as it extends its 'adaptive enterprise' strategy to storage works.
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IBM Adds Adapters, Security for Integration Portfolio

June 10, 2003
Big Blue unveils new business adapters for its WebSphere software platform as a senior executive defends the vendor's e-business on-demand strategy. IBM Automates Security for Databases
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IBM Automates Security for Databases

June 10, 2003
The vendor trots out security management software from its Tivoli line that is replete with autonomic features.
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OASIS Wants to Classify Web Security

May 28, 2003
The e-business standards group takes aim at a gap that often exists between intrusion detection tools and a firewall.
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