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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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Lessons learned from offshoring

Vivian Chan, a recent graduate of San Francisco State University, and Jim Seeto, president of the SFSU chapter of a student group called Information Management Systems Association, speak with News.com Executive Editor Mike Yamamoto about technology curricula at U.S. colleges and the influence of offshore outsourcing on career decisions.

published April 21, 2004 by

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Jobs and e-mail 'without borders'

Esther Dyson, newly appointed CNET editor-at-large, gives ZDNet's Dan Farber her views on the politically hot topic offshore outsourcing, technology adoption in small businesses, Google's controversial new Gmail service and the impact of social networking.

published April 20, 2004 by

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NetApp chief bets on storage grids

Network Appliance has been the market leader in network-attached storage, and it more recently introduced storage area network, advanced technology attachment and Internet small computer system interface products. CEO Dan Warmenhoven sits down Face to Face with ZDNet's Dan Farber to talk about his new plans for grid architecture and life cycle management and how he intends to keep his company at the forefront of storage innovation.

published April 14, 2004 by

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Sun and Microsoft call a truce

Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer answer questions at a press conference in San Francisco on newly formed agreements over antitrust issues, patents and technical collaboration.

published April 2, 2004 by

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