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The Bush administration seems to be softening its stance on Microsoft and the company's anticompetitive conduct, reports the New York TimesThis change in attitude mirrors the market shift from desktop software to Internet search and web-based software, which circumvents Microsoft. The recent rejection of an antitrust complaint filed by Google exemplifies the change.
Our colleague Seth Rosenblatt over at Downloads.com in the US has put together a useful guide to open-source and free software that mirrors what Adobe offers in its Creative Suite applications.
Little more than four months after Google launched its search appliance for enterprises, the company on Monday announced several major customers, including Boeing, Cisco Systems, PBS.org and National Semiconductor. Introduced in early February, the Google Search Appliance combines hardware--in the shape of a thin, yellow box--and software that mirrors Google's Web search technology for corporate intranets and Web servers. Chipmaker National Semiconductor, for example, uses the technology for its internal systems, giving staff the ability to search corporate data. Mountain View, Calif.-based Google, which also licenses a hosted search navigation system for corporations' public Web sites, introduced the appliance to give companies greater security from the benefits of placing it behind a corporate firewall. --Stefanie Olsen, Special to ZDNet News
Linux sales and service company Red Hat has released a new $995 version of its Stronghold software designed for large businesses. Stronghold, a variant of the Apache Web server software used to host Web sites, sends Web pages across the Internet to browsers. The Stronghold Enterprise version has better performance, along with security and management features, Red Hat said in a recent statement. The business-focused product mirrors the Advanced Server strategy Red Hat has taken with its Linux operating system product, which often is paired with Apache. Meanwhile, Red Hat named Patrick Kerrigan vice president of sales for North and South America. Previously he was vice president of sales at e-business software seller Entigo Software. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
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