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  • Secure Computing Tailors System For Citrix MetaFrame

    Aiming to expand its reach to small and midsize businesses via the channel, Secure Computing plans to roll out a new version of its SafeWord authentication system specifically geared for the Citrix MetaFrame server-based computing platform at this week's RSA Conference here.

  • SpamKiller For Small Businesses

    McAfee Security, a division of Network Associates, plans to launch an antispam product tailored for small businesses at this week's RSA Conference here.

  • RapidStream Launches Partner Program

    RapidStream, a unit of WatchGuard Technologies, plans to launch a partner program for Check Point Software Technologies authorized partners to sell its ASIC-based appliances running Check Point firewall/VPN software.

  • EAI Moves To The Next Level

    The race is on to deliver the next generation of infrastructure for enterprise application integration based on XML Web services standards.

  • Report: Apple May Buy Universal Music

    Apple Computer Inc. is in discussions about buying Universal Music Group, the world's largest record company, for as much as $6 billion, according to a published report Friday.

  • Hard Facts: April 14, 2003

    Following three straight months of declines, the overall level of solution provider satisfaction with software vendors' channel programs rose in March, according to CRN's Monthly Channel Satisfaction Survey.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Scott McNealy

    At Sun Microsystems' latest quarterly product launch, Chairman and CEO Scott McNealy touted an integration scheme for the network computer. McNealy discussed the strategy with CRN Senior Editor Joseph F. Kovar and CRN Infrastructure Editor Larry Hooper. Here is an excerpt:

  • AMD To Bundle With Miramar

    Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices will unveil a bundling deal with software maker Miramar Systems, tying Athlon XP processor boxes with Miramar's Desktop DNA management software, the companies are expected to announce this week.

  • Sun Set For Midsummer Push

    Sun Microsystems aims to shake up the desktop market this summer when it delivers its long-awaited Mad Hatter suite, which is expected to be priced at $50 to $100 per desktop, said Jonathan Schwartz, Sun's executive vice president of software, last week at the iForce Partner Summit here.

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