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BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. (RIM) has hit back in its new legal battle, and launched BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express, a bid to attract small businesses.

Linux gets big boost from Novell

Novell Inc. says it is continuing its push for open platform computing with the release of new systems management and collaboration offerings for Linux. Last month at its Brainshare user conference in Salt Lake City, the vendor introduced Zenworks 7, a new version of its systems management product.

Lawsuit reveals an open BlackBerry

Private messages exchanged using corporate BlackBerry wireless devices may not be quite so private after all. In fact, even the so-called PIN messages that many users thought were untraceable can be logged.

Director of BlackBerry Solutions, Research in Motion.

Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM), on Wednesday, announced new version of its security software for Blackberry messages that it says will ensure the "confidentiality, integrity and authenticity" of messages sent over the device.The software offers support for Secure Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME), an encryption feature Waterloo, Ont.-based RIM says is particularly important to government users in Canada and the United States.

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