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Personal Firewalls Not So Safe

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It's one thing to rush an application to market without thinking about security.

Sunny Scott Seems Cloudy About Linux

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Spencer wondered why sun microsystems ceo scott mcNealy was so snippy at the company's much-trumpeted clustering software launch in Santa Clara, Calif., last week.

Java Groups Eye Openness

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30 companies, individuals chosen to two executive committees overseeing Java Community Process.

Talent Always In Short Supply

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At XML Devcon in San Jose, Calif., last month, an attendee asked Ken North's panel on the future of software development to comment on the continuing need to write ever more new code. What's happened, he asked, to all the effort to make code more reusable

Keon: PKIs Answer?

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RSA plug-in may hurdle barriers to public-key security.

ProcureMind aids purchasing

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Mindflow Technologies Inc. is unveiling this week the newest version of its strategic sourcing software, ProcureMind Version 1.6.

Honoring Computings Dead

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Ever since the birth of the modern-day internet, we've chronicled an endless parade of death. The death of the PC.

Motorola, Lutris Brew Java Handset Apps

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Motorola Inc. and Lutris Technologies Inc. are teaming up to jump-start development of wireless business applications for Motorola's forthcoming iDEN handset.

Sun Set To Illuminate Its Clustering Strategy

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Sun Microsystems Inc. is gearing up to unveil software and services to further complement the hardware platform behind its Net Effect vision.

Geekspeak: December 4, 2000

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Putting Soft Factors To The Test

Fostering better development

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Building a web application can be haphazard work, as evidenced by the ubiquity of applications that are plagued by bugs and security problems.

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