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Group teams on Asian electronic software distribution

Germany's Asknet AG has teamed with Japan's SoftBank BB Corp. in a new joint venture aimed at providing electronic software distribution services in the Asia market.

Spyware needs global cure

Litigation, legislation, self-regulation and education make a good anti-spyware recipe. This was the underlying message that resonated at a workshop sponsored by the Anti-Spyware Coalition (ASC) held in Ottawa . The workshop emphasized the global nature of the spyware issue and called for the establishment of internationally-accepted

Google, MS, Sun team on Net services lab

Google Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Sun Microsystems Inc. have set aside their differences long enough to jointly help create an Internet services lab along with researchers at the University of California, Berkeley.

Court finds Microsoft infringed ATand T patent

Microsoft Corp. infringed an AT&T Corp. patent for speech-coding technology in its distribution of a master version of the Windows operating system outside of the U.S. for replication abroad, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled Wednesday, concluding the final issue remaining from a 2001 lawsuit.

Open source collaboration server gets a lift

The fortunes of Open-Xchange, creator of an open source collaboration server, got a boost on Thursday when it announced a distribution deal and partner agreement with two companies that are each other's archrival: Novell and Red Hat.

spokesman at AMD Inc.’s German sales office

The German subsidiary of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has contacted distributors and resellers of its products in Germany and said it has found no evidence of falsely labeled, or "re-marked," microprocessors entering the country from Taiwan.

Alberta Cancer Board counting on VoIP

“Unify, simplify, fortify,” is the new mantra at the Alberta Cancer Board. The phrase points to three key benefits the Board expects once...

Former Red Hat employees start up new Linux company

Two former Red Hat Inc. employees have started their own Linux company, dubbed SpecifixT Inc. (Specifix), marketing a Red Hat-compatible version of Linux that users can modify to fit their business-specific needs

Demographics and IT team performance

Concurrent research from UCLA's Managing the Information Resource program and Ohio State's CIO Solutions Gallery indicates that 85 per cent of the high-value work of IT is conducted by teams.

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