This is the first article in a three part series investigating new Active Directory features and enhancements that will ship with Microsoft's upcoming Windows .NET Server 2003. Today, we examine deployment enhancements.
Australian Associated Press (AAP) has announced a deal with Optus for the provision of news content for Optus' Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS).
Australia has set a world first with the introduction of a free software package that alerts online shoppers to potential scams.
Hitachi Ltd. unveiled Monday a small-sized multimedia card aimed at mobile devices such as digital still cameras and PDAs (personal digital assistants).
Looking to grab a portion of the mainstream market for add-in graphics cards, Taiwanese chip maker Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SIS) is gearing up to begin volume shipments of its latest graphics chip, the Xabre 600.
Security flaws in RealNetworks Inc.'s media player software could allow attackers to run arbitrary code on a user's computer, the company warned last week.
A 52-year-old Taiwanese woman who pleaded no contest in one of the U.S.' largest software piracy cases was sentenced to nine years in prison Friday, one of the longest sentences ever in the U.S. for a case involving software piracy.
With the large number of USB pen drives hawked at the recent Comdex show, it may be only a matter of time before they come free inside cereal boxes.
Microsoft Corp. on Monday rolled out an updated version of its Microsoft Solution for Intranets (MSI) that features improved collaboration by leveraging its technical relationship with Groove Networks Inc.
The world's largest mobile phone company, Vodafone Group PLC, today announced it has signed agreements, with computer equipment suppliers to have its GPRS (general packet radio services) settings preinstalled on their hardware.
A Federal Government network has inadvertently distributed a virus to mailing list subscribers.
Chip frequency may be old hat, but Intel’s latest desktop processor promises something more than a 3GHz clock speed -- technology that could prove the deciding factor in a customer’s decision to upgrade.
Intel Corp. has raised the clock speeds of its fastest Celeron processors with the release this week of the 2.1GHz and 2.2GHz versions of the chip. Previously, the fastest available Celeron ran at 2GHz.
In a case that tests global jurisdiction issues, a U.S. federal judge is set to consider Monday whether entertainment companies can sue in U.S. courts the off-shore distributor of the Kazaa peer-to-peer (P-to-P) file sharing software.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has urged the music industry to ensure all copy protected CDs display a warning that they can’t be copied.
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