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  • Move could eliminate conflict between partners, Lotus personnel


    Lotus Exits Consulting

    Lotus is getting out of the general consulting business, freeing up room for more third-party partnerships, company executives said.

  • Judge Stays Out of Microsoft, AOL Tiff For Now

    The federal judge overseeing the government antitrust case against Microsoft has declined to get immediately involved in a dispute between the software giant and rival AOL Time Warner.

  • Check Point Targets New Security Products At SMB, SOHO Market

    Looking to expand its reach beyond the enterprise market, Check Point Software Technologies this week plans to introduce three new security software solutions designed for small businesses, branch and home offices.

  • Ingram Micro Seeks To Enhance Public Sector Program

    Ingram Micro is making the government and education market a significant focus in 2002 and plans to unveil a revamped Partnership America program in the second quarter, said Ingram Micro executives.

  • 79 percent increase in past six months


    Riptech: Spike In Security Threats

    The number of security threats on the Web has grown dramatically in the past six months, according to a report by Riptech, a managed security services firm.

  • Partners see closer ties, better communication with vendor


    CA Gets High Marks

    Solution providers said they are starting to harvest the fruits of Computer Associates International's campaign to become a kinder, gentler channel partner.

  • NetIQ Rolls Out New Channel Program

    NetIQ Monday plans to launch a new channel partner program that company executives said will give solution providers more incentives to work with the infrastructure management software vendor.

  • MiLAN Adds Switch Value Line

    MiLAN Technology this week plans to unveil a new line of value-priced high-end switches that incorporate hardware routing, flow metering and Layer 2-7 packet shaping.

  • New VPN gateways enable both voice and data communications


    Avaya Preps VoIP Wares

    Avaya this week plans to introduce two new "convergence-ready" VPN gateways that are quality-of-service-enabled to provide reliable voice over IP and data connections.

  • Cape Clear Refreshes Tools

    Web services tool vendor Cape Clear is taking steps to solidify its market position by launching new versions of its products next month.

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