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PC Tools to be poor man's Norton

PC Tools to be poor man's Norton

Computer security giant Symantec this week said it would not integrate the software of recent acquisition PC Tools into its mainstream Norton suite, instead using the products as its low-cost option for countries such as India and China.

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Dell's second quarter: Another milepost in the turnaround tale

Dell's second quarter: Another milepost in the turnaround tale

Dell reports its fiscal second quarter results on Thursday after market close and analysts are turning optimistic about the company's turnaround prospect amid better consumer notebook designs, emerging market revenue and solid server sales growth.Dell is expected to report fiscal second quarter earnings of 36 cents a share on revenue of $15.

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Strike vote fuels IBM Australia debate

Strike vote fuels IBM Australia debate

A potential impending strike action at one of IBM Australia's Sydney facilities has sparked debate about whether it was still worth striving to work at one of the largest and most prestigious technology firms in Australia and the world.

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Smart grid player Trilliant closes $40 million in funding round

Smart grid player Trilliant closes $40 million in funding round

Trilliant, a green tech company that's working with about 100 utilities on various smart grid deployments, has just closed a $40 million round of equity funding from a group of investors including affiliates of MissionPoint Capital Partners and zouk ventures.Trilliant CEO Bill Vogel characterizes the investment as an important endorsement of his company as it eyes a potential public offering.

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Bloomberg publishes Jobs obit but why?

Bloomberg publishes Jobs obit but why?

Bloomberg published an obituary for Apple CEO Steve Jobs after the closing bell on Wednesday and quickly retracted it. Amid all the rumors of Jobs' and his pancreatic cancer Bloomberg's timing couldn't have been worse.

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GoBootstrap: simplifying SME accounting

GoBootstrap: simplifying SME accounting

I'm keen to see startups in the accounting for small business space. Part of that is because I spent more years than I care to remember in finance roles, part is in the belief that accounting systems that reflect a 600 year old methodology are well past their sell by date.

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