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Correction August 31

In a story posted Aug. 22, entitled, "Spyware eyes bigger bucks, says report," IT World Canada reported that 180solutions was among those companies that uses software that may install adware on personal computers without having received a user's permission to do so. In fact, to the best of our knowledge, 180solutions does not knowingly follow this practice. IT World Canada regrets any confusion this reported item may have caused.

Veritas rolls client support into NetBackup

Veritas Software Corp. on Tuesday will announce a variety of updates to its data management product lines, including new management software and an updated version of NetBackup with an option for backing up laptops and personal computers automatically.

NEC launches Bluetooth, wireless LAN products

NEC Corp. has this week launched a group of products from printers to personal computers that make use of two new wireless technologies to go someway towards freeing the desk of users from a spaghetti-like mass of cables.

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