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  • One Small Company's Battle Against Spam

    Say this for spammers: They're equal-opportunity productivity sappers. Companies of all sizes have been deluged with unwelcome E-mail. In many cases, spam is a bigger problem for smaller companies that have limited IT staffs and minimal IT budgets.

  • NetLedger Revamps Management

    NetLedger has shuffled its management ranks, promoting Zach Nelson to president and CEO. Nelson had been president and COO. Former CEO Evan Goldberg has been named chairman and CTO.

  • New ISV Launches Niche App For Legal Market

    When Kevin Carlson was working as the CTO of Viant, he constantly searched for out-of-the-box applications geared to a specific vertical niche. He didn't have much luck and ended spending too much time and money having them developed and built from scratch. So when Carlson left the IT consultant about two years ago, he did something about it.

  • Alleged Virus Creator Detained in Sweden

    Swedish police said Tuesday they detained the creator of a computer virus that had tried to trick recipients into opening and spreading it by offering war-related messages.

  • Cometa Names New CEO

    Cometa Networks--the joint wireless venture of IBM, AT&T and Intel--this week hired Gary Weis as its new president, CEO and director.

  • Capellas: WorldCom Targeting SMB Customers

    WorldCom Chairman and CEO Michael Capellas said Wednesday the telecommunications company plans a two-pronged attack on the SMB market that might spark some conflict between its retail operations and small-business solution providers.

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