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|LinuxWorld Choses Excellence Contest Finalists
IDG World Expo announced the finalists for the LinuxWorld Open Source Product
Excellence Awards, to be presented at LinuxWorld Conference & Expo next
week. Sponsored by OSDN and presented in conjunction with the UniForum Association,
the Open Source Product Excellence Awards recognize Open Source product
and service innovations by LinuxWorld exhibitors.
Fujitsu Opens L45 million datacentre
Fujitsu Services, has enhanced its position in the datacentre services market
by investing L45 million in a new datacentre in Essex.
OPSEC Certification for RSA Security Two-Factor Authentication
RSA Security Inc. announced that it has achieved OPSEC (Open Platform for
Security) certification for its RSA ACE/Server 5.0 two-factor authentication
software from Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Through the OPSEC certification,
RSA Security's market-leading two-factor authentication software has been
tested to integrate with Check Point's market-leading VPN-1/FireWall-1 Next
Generation (NG) security solutions.
FCC approves satellite-cellular service
The Federal Communications Commission has angered the wireless industry,
ruling to allow providers of satellite communications integrate land-based
wireless service into their networks.
by Nielsen // Netratings at Webby Awards
Nielsen//NetRatings, the global standard for Internet audience measurement
and analysis, announced the recipient of the Rising Star award at the 7th
Annual Webby Awards. Based on Nielsen//NetRatings' Internet audience rankings,
Snapfish.com was honored as
the Web's fastest growing site.
Microsoft to surprise the handheld market
At the end of the month, Microsoft prepares to announce the next version
of its new operating system for handheld devices. The Redmond software giant
will launch Pocket PC 2003 - codenamed Ozone.
Microsoft Buys GeCAD Software Antivirus
Microsoft Corp. announced the final signing of the agreement leading to
the acquisition of the antiviral intellectual property and the technological
resources of the Romanian company GeCAD Software SRL.
Oracle to Buy
PeopleSoft had announced plans to buy J.D. Edwards, CNET News.com announces,
but now finds itself contemplating being taken over by Oracle.
in Wales to Create their Own Linux
Wales-based computer users, tired of waiting for a Welsh-language version
of Windows, are doing it themselves with open-source KDE desktop software,
Cnet News.com announced.
HP and Dell to deliver Java-enabled PCs
Sun Microsystems signed an agreement with Dell Computer and Hewlett-Packard
in order to put on the market Java technology on all their PCs, a move that
ignores Microsoft's opposition in using this technology.
What's hindering the wider deployment and larger uptake
of Grid type architectures ?
Adina Riposan, Director
The most significant obstacles are non-technical organizational barriers,
rooted in people and processes
Intel prepares for smartphone assault
Chipmaking giant Intel is considering the creation of a separate consumer
brand for processors used in portable devices as it battles Motorola for
market and mind share, CNET News.com announced.
new generation of Bluetooth silicon
CSR (Cambridge Silicon Radio), the Bluetooth wireless technology industry
leader, announced the launch of its third generation single chip silicon,
marking a major step in the evolution of Bluetooth silicon. BlueCore3 is
the first complete implementation of the Bluetooth v1.2 standard (including
all optional features of the standard) which improves coexistence of Bluetooth
with other 2.4GHz systems.
Oracle Ready Opened Oracle Appsworld London 2003
Oracle Corporation, the world's largest enterprise software company, presented
the keynote series during the Oracle AppsWorld conference, held June
23 - 26, 2003, at the ExCeL Conference Centre in London, UK.
WWW Consortium Approves Latest Soap Protocol
The Web's leading standards group approved a new key Web-services protocol.
W3C said it has published the Simple Object Access Protocol (Soap) version
1.2 as a formal standard. Soap is one of a handful of standards behind the
industry move toward building Web-services software.
The Cost of Outsourcing Is Often Underestimated
Radu Rizea, Chief Editor
The main trend in the enterprise IT development is to turn to outsourcing
to control and cut IT costs. Still, the latest Gartner research reveals
that the total cost of IT outsourcing is often underestimated, and initial cost
reductions do not always lead to lower costs. This ussually happens when
the IT managers look rather at the initial cost reductions than the total cost
during the life of a deal and to the value a service provider's capabilities can bring.
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