Symantec's Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition 7.5 integrates Digital Immune System technology for automated virus...
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You may need your flu shot. Your computer may need a dose of 7.5.
The computer "vaccine" is Symantec's new Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition 7.5. It boasts enterprise-class protection at the desktop and file/print server tiers for Windows 2000/9x, Windows NT/2000 workstation and server and Windows 3.x/DOS.
And that's not all! 7.5 is the sole anti-virus product with fiercely protective closed-loop automation technology.
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Fatbrain.com named exclusive distributor of Windows 2000 Virtual Conference CD series
Some folks may think Microsoft has a big head -- well at least we know for sure it has a Fatbrain.
Fatbrain.com was named the exclusive distributor for Microsoft's Virtual Conference.
These ten CDs are loaded with some of Redmond's greatest hits -- the best Windows 2000 technical presentations to give IT pros and administrators the latest information directly from the people who built the OS.
The CDs also have advice about how to design, implement and manage an enterprise on the Windows platform.
Unfortunately, the CDs do not contain Bill Gates singing any of the songs from his Bread days. Oh wait, that's David Gates! Never mind.
You can get the CDs now from Fatbrain's Web site. Proceeds from sales and distribution will go to charity.
Bristol Technology announces Wind/U 4.4; update includes Windows 2000 source code
Bristol Technology has freshened up its Wind/U cross-platform software.
The new version uses Windows 2000 source code for updated features such as Windows Common Controls. Important new COM features such as COM Smart Interface Pointers are included, as well as updated ATL 3.0 and OpenGL 1.2.1.
Wind/U also enables software developers to use a single source code base for porting Windows applications seamlessly to UNIX.
Learn more about Bristol's new baby, available now, at the company's Web site.
Virtual Access Networks and Corporate Software form strategic alliance for Windows 2000 migration
Get in the VAN! Virtual Access Networks and Corporate Software have formed a worldwide strategic alliance to provide Global 5000 businesses with PC migration solutions, including upgrades to Windows 2000.
Corporate Software will offer Virtual Access Network's enterprise system migration product -- The Van -- as the exclusive PC settings and file migration solution for Corporate Software's Global 5000 clients.
As those clients begin to upgrade users to new systems, especially Windows 2000, The Van will play an integral role in helping them manage costs and improve ROI.
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