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Using BlackMagic to improve searches

Promising fast and efficient PC and network searches is the goal of BlackBall's BlackMagic, especially in the wake of Microsoft postponing the release WinFS until 2009. ZDNet's David Berlind talks with BlackBall Chief Executive Bob Brown.

published May 17, 2004 by

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Zeroing in on attacks

With network attacks on the rise, improving security was top of mind at this year's Networld+Interop conference in Las Vegas. ZDNet's David Berlind looks at two companies working to prevent attacks by monitoring unusual network behavior and quarantining offenses.

published May 13, 2004 by

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Intel wants to help park your car

IrisNet--a network of Webcams and sensors able to monitor locations ranging from the coast to the closest available parking space--is the latest from Intel Research. Researcher Phillip Gibbons gives CNET News.com correspondent James Hilliard a demonstration.

published May 10, 2004 by

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Samsung LCDs boast speed and control

Samsung adds new features and functionality to its LCD monitor line, including better response time and built-in, easier-to-use calibration software. Company spokeswoman Monica Islas shows James Hilliard a new display offering a wide variety of connectivity options.

published May 7, 2004 by

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Intel pitches pocket-size 'personal server'

Intel researchers are working to shrink a server to the size of a deck of cards and still offer useful storage and wireless capability. Correspondent James Hilliard talks to the researchers working on a variety of applications for what may become the "personal server."

published May 7, 2004 by

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Preview Windows XP's SP2 security update

Expected for release later this year, Microsoft XP Service Pack 2 focuses on three areas of security: default firewall, automatic update and scanning for current virus protection. At CeBit America in New York, Microsoft's Greg Sullivan tells ZDNet's David Berlind that while SP2 is a security improvement for Windows, it's just the first step in a continual fight against network threats.

published May 2, 2004 by

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Preview Windows XP's SP2 security update

Expected for release later this year, Windows XP Service Pack 2 focuses on three areas of security: default firewall, automatic update and scanning for current virus protection. At CeBit America in New York, Microsoft's Greg Sullivan tells ZDNet's David Berlind that while SP2 is a security improvement for Windows, it's just the first step in a continual fight against network threats.

published May 1, 2004 by

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Microsoft's efforts to close windows of vulnerability

Expected for release later this year, Microsoft XP Service Pack 2 focuses on three areas of security: default firewall, automatic update and scanning for current virus protection. At CeBit America in New York, Microsoft's Greg Sullivan tells ZDNet's David Berlind that while SP2 is a security improvement for Windows, it's just the first step in a continual fight against network threats.

published May 1, 2004 by

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Nicholas Carr: IT still doesn't matter

In May 2003, Nicholas Carr stirred up a hornet's nest with his Harvard Business Review essay, "IT Doesn't Matter." Carr argued that information technology is necessary for business survival but doesn't provide any strategic advantage. Carr sits down with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber to discuss his new book, which expands on his controversial views.

published April 28, 2004 by

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TechNet CEO: Focus on the future

Rick White, CEO of TechNet and a former congressman, talks to ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber about what the government needs to do about the loss of high-tech work overseas and how the presidential candidates are approaching the issue.

published April 26, 2004 by

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