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  • Are you getting the technical information you need?

    Are you awash in technical information, but can never seem to find exactly what you need? Find out how you can get customized information that is specific to your IT needs. 

  • Attacks evolving toward exploiting network services

    Experts said attackers are exploiting security holes in network services and protocols, because most of the flaws in applications have been ferreted out. 

  • Altiris acquires Wise Solutions

    Systems management vendor Altiris on Tuesday announced that it has acquired Wise Solutions, a maker of software packaging tools, in a cash-and-stock deal valued at about $43 million. 

  • Make patching less of a grind

    The need for software patches will continue for the foreseeable future, but a Burton analyst says there are a few patch management tips that can make the process less grueling. 

  • Analysis: Gates is a tough act to follow

    What Jerry Lewis is to the Labor Day Telethon, Bill Gates is to Comdex. If ever a day comes when Gates opts out of headlining the annual Las Vegas event, the IT community will be the lesser for it. 

  • Gates is a tough act to follow

    What Jerry Lewis is to the Labor Day Telethon, Bill Gates is to Comdex. If ever a day comes when Gates opts out of headlining the annual Las Vegas event, the IT community will be the lesser for it. 

  • Pumping up Microsoft's extended warranty

    If Microsoft's Software Assurance offering is such a good deal, why do so few customers sign up for it? In a word, fear. 

  • Analysis: Pumping up Microsoft's extended warranty

    If Microsoft's Software Assurance offering is such a good deal, why do so few customers sign up for it? In a word, fear. 

  • Software Assurance deserves a second look, analysts say

    In an online roundtable discussion on Wednesday, four technology analysts said Microsoft's recent changes to Software Assurance warrant customers taking a fresh look at the volume-licensing program. 

  • Microsoft readies desktop virtualization software

    Microsoft is preparing to release virtualization software that will let administrators upgrade desktops without losing access to legacy applications. A server version of product isn't far behind.