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Vendor focus shifts from deadline to defence line

A survey of participants to the 2005 Secure Software Forum

Iran seeks software support under Islamic banner

A group of Iranian firms are displaying products at Cebit under a large banner that says "Islamic Republic of Iran" with the bold green, white and red stripes of their country's flag. It's the fifth year they have come to Germany for the massive annual IT show, to promote both fledgling and established businesses.

Chinese developers should take global open-source role

Chinese developers of open-source software should play a more prominent role in the development of Linux and other open-source software, senior industry executives said at a conference in Beijing on Wednesday.

Software firms cope with growth hurdles

They may be on the opposite sides of the border, but emerging software company CEOs in both Canada and the U.S. are on the same side in agreeing on some of the challenges the software industry will face in the next two years, according to a recent report. The top challenges of the software industry include growing revenues with quality customers, maintaining a technology lead in vendors

IT edges toward cooperation in India, Pakistan

In a step toward establishing collaboration between the software industries in India and Pakistan, a 20-member IT delegation from Pakistan is for the first time participating in a conference in Mumbai this week hosted by India's National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM).

Canada sees tech growth

While the weather in Canada is cooling off, the country's tech industry seems to be heating up

Canada reaffirms its status as tech hub

Only California is home to more technology companies, according to annual Fast 500 ranking.

Norwegian government drops Microsoft software license

The Norwegian government will not renew its two-year software licensing program with Microsoft Corp., a government spokesman said Monday.

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