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Security software maker Snare Networks Corp. in Silver Spring, Maryland, has become the latest acquisition by Computer Associates International Inc. in Islandia, New York. Terms weren't disclosed.
CertCo Inc. last week released CertValidator, a solution designed to provide an extra level of trust for digital certificates by automatically checking whether a certificate is still considered valid by its issuer.
Unified messaging systems are rapidly evolving from curiosity to necessity as more users recognize the benefits of a centralized system for retrieving and managing all types of messages. Although federal customers who have dabbled with the technology report substantial bumps in the road to unified messaging, they remain convinced of its potential.
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Linux, the open-source operating system that for the past few years has been quietly gaining ground throughout the commercial world, has established a beachhead in the federal market and is poised to take over responsibility for some government mission-critical applications, according to industry and government experts.
Computerworld has launched a daily Unix news service in conjunction with the Australian Unix User group.
Computerworld has launched a daily unix news service in conjunction with the Austrlian Unix User group. Today's headlines include - Monterey steps into Merced arena; Sun-Netscape alliance unifies management suite; Update: HP, Oracle unveil CRM alliance; and IBM HOD 4.0 gets a security boost.
Cabletron Systems this week announced that it has reached a preliminary agreement with Compaq Computer to refocus their networking partnership.
Hewlett-Packard Co. and Oracle Corp. plan to jointly develop and provide Oracle Internet software for the HP hardware platform, the companies' chief executive officers announced here today.
When Alan Kessler took over in June as president of Palm Computing, his job description called for a lot more than keeping the Palm computer at the top of the handheld market. The 3Com subsidiary is on an aggressive mission to expand its territory by licensing the Palm platform to manufacturers for use in a range of devices, including "smart" cellular phones and rugged handheld computers that can be used on the factory floor.
IBM has launched a line up of Unix products and programs which the company predicts will vault it ahead of Sun Microsystems as the leader in Unix technology and performance.
IBM's Monterey Claims Success With Merced
UPDATE: U.S. Relaxes Encryption Controls
Internal Switch, Copper Chip Pump IBM Unix Servers
Thin-Client Device Shipments Soar