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  • Plumtree Sales Take A Tumble
    As the economy slowed following the burst of the dot-com bubble, the portal software market remained one of the few bright spots, with companies placing a premium on using portals to expose content and applications to employees, partners, suppliers, and customers. But now the downturn may be catching up with makers of portal software.
  • RSA Returns To Profitability
    RSA Security Thursday posted a first-quarter profit and beat Wall Street estimates despite a tough economic environment.
  • Sun Reinvigorates Midrange Storage Line
    Sun Microsystems is finally taking the midrange storage market seriously, said a solution provider who saw the company's latest offerings for this space.
  • IBM Software Chief Defends WebSphere Against JBoss
    IBM's top software executive said Thursday that the position of IBM WebSphere as one of the leading Java application servers in the market is in no way threatened by open-source application servers such as JBoss.
  • Channel Program Changes at Interland
    STRATEGY Interland this month suspended its Catalyst Bonus Program for channel partners amid several additions and alterations to its partner program.
  • Nokia To Cut 1,800 Jobs In Networks Unit
    Cell phone giant Nokia Corp. said Thursday it will eliminate 1,800 jobs, or 3.4 percent of its overall work force, in a bid to return its networks division to profitability.

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