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February, 2007

February 12, 2007  4:39 PM

Just got (an unintelligible) Word from Microsoft

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

One of the less-appreciated features of Office 2007 -- whose arrival was overshadowed by the hype over Windows Vista -- is its XML-based file format. XML has a lot going for it, but Microsoft's implementation isn't compatible with file-formats in earlier versions of Word. So even if you don't...

February 12, 2007  1:40 PM

Big Blue, Apple and Microsoft Vienna?

BKraemer Brian Kraemer Profile: BKraemer

The past couple of weeks have been a constant stream of Microsoft related news. Vista this; Vista that. So today I'm going to take a break -- sort of.

An interesting little news nugget came floating down today from Microsoft. Apparently, if you haven't been able to get enough

February 12, 2007  8:41 AM

Channel news for the morning of Feb. 12, 2007

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February 7, 2007  3:44 PM

The post-SOA reality — ISVs become Integrators

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

In a conversation Yuval Shavit and I were having with Rado Nikolov, director of strategy and emerging business, ISV & Developer Relations at IBM (try saying that title twice in one breath),  something I had intuited finally got a number attached to it.  Nikolov said that about 30% of the...

February 6, 2007  1:23 PM

Site-authentication images may not add security

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

Maybe you should wait for a joint Harvard/MIT study to come out on a security measure you’re considering before using it or recommending it to a customer.

According to a recent study on the use of site-authentication images to prevent fraud cited in the

February 1, 2007  1:54 PM

IBM and Lawson’s new targets

Brein Matturro Profile: Brein Matturro

Tech giant IBM and Lawson Software have announced their intention to take their partnership in a new direction. The new aim is selling their business applications to small businesses in "specific industries," according to

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