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TechTarget News -- February 20, 2006
Small businesses to find VoIP in one-stop shop,289142,sid66_gci1167636,00.html Small and midsized businesses (SMBs) intimidated by the cost and hassles of deploying VoIP consider the option of offloading the job to companies like Whaleback Systems.
RSA Conference tightens network security options,289142,sid7_gci1167656,00.html
Security is top of mind, a fact revealed at last week’s RSA Conference. Experts spoke about growing threats and how to avoid them while vendors released products to thwart attacks.
Server room menu: Server virtualization in four styles,289142,sid39_gci1167112,00.html
By all reports -- from tea leaves to star charts -- server virtualization on x86 architecture will become one of the most disruptive technologies to storm the data center this year.
First Mac OS X worm discovered,289142,sid14_gci1167272,00.html
Even though it's considered a garden-variety worm, Leap-A is the first piece of malware targeting Apple's Mac OS X operating system, which many users consider a more secure alternative to Microsoft Windows.

Jokes and jabs from RSA 2006,289142,sid14_gci1167006,00.html
From Cheney-hunting swipes to winners on the show floors, we've rounded up some tidbits culled from this year's RSA Security conference in San Jose, Calif.
HDS seeds channel with Ingram Micro,289142,sid5_gci1167573,00.html
HDS joins the race to win smaller businesses through the channel, signing a global distribution deal with Ingram Micro.
Exploits now out for latest Windows flaws,289142,sid1_gci1167591,00.html
Hackers are circulating exploit codes that take advantage of the flaws released on Patch Tuesday.


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