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Mar 16 2007   7:07AM GMT

Channel news: Cisco buys WebEx; RSA attacks Trojans; Cisco adds incentives

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

Cisco buys WebEx for $3.2 billion Cisco today announced plans to buy WebEx, maker of hosted, on-demand collaboration applications. [SearchNetworking.com]

RSA takes on Trojan horses Service will help financial institutions identify Trojan horses and take down the Web sites that distribute the threats. [CNET]

Microsoft investigates IE 7 vulnerability The vulnerability leaves users open to potential phishing attacks.

Cisco boosts sales incentives on switches and routers Cisco is going back to its technology roots with a new multimillion dollar program that boosts partner profitability for switching and router deals. [ChannelWeb]

SAP announces upgrades to mid-market suite At CeBIT, the company says it’s not delaying its release of A1S on demand. [eWEEK]

IBM, Red Hat build SOA virtualization into Unix/Linux servers IBM is pre-loading software configured for start-up SOA projects on its pSeries Unix servers with virtualization capabilities as part of a strategy designed to speed adoption of the service-oriented approach. Red Hat has done the same, adding JBoss software to its Enterprise Linux 5 servers. [SearchWebServices.com]

Intel touts security with second-gen VPro PCs Company will release its “LaGrande” security technology later this year with the launch of second-generation VPro business desktop technology. [CNET]

Pushing portables at CeBit As tech show gets under way, laptop makers take another shot at the “ultramobile” PC, including an updated Q1 from Samsung. [CNET]

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