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Vista on the horizon

Microsoft wants to boost efficiency and tighten security with the immenent releases of Windows, Office and Exchange

Borland drops IDE portfolio

Pressured by the open source community and after some dramatic worldwide staff cuts, Borland shifts gears and enters the potentially lucrative application lifecycle management market

Hummingbird to be acquired

In a bid to deal with its liquidity problems, Hummingbird Ltd. is being sold to Symphony Technology Group in a US$465 million deal.

Net Integration rolls Domino

IBM and Net Integration Technologies Inc. have formed a partnership to bring a Linux-based Lotus Domino solution to small and mid-market customers in Canada.

SAP expands hosted offerings

ORLANDO – SAP will expand its hosted software offerings by adding a supplier relationship management product, its second on-demand service.

The doors are still open

Windows is increasing its presence in servers, but it’s a long way from becoming the sole operating system in data centres. Linux is pushing its way up, Unix refuses to be sidelined and even Apple has a play

IBI goes after everyone

ORLANDO, Fla. – Information Builders Inc. will expand its relationship with Google and create more ties with Microsoft desktop tools, the company told its annual user group conference here.

Is RFID safe?

Radio frequency technology may one day be used to track everything from tanks to toothbrushes


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