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Monday, March 20, 2006

TechTarget News Roundup -- March 20, 2006
Energy efficiency inspectors get mobile boost,289142,sid40_gci1174105,00.html California Home Energy Efficiency Rating Services has a new mobile rating system, which the non-profit hopes will save a lot of time and cut down on errors.
WLAN revenue up for year, down for quarter,289142,sid7_gci1174121,00.html
Cisco took the lead in wireless LAN equipment revenue in 2005. Overall, the market for WLAN equipment was up 10% over the year before.
Poor government security makes industry wary,289142,sid14_gci1173838,00.html
The annual review of government security practices shows several agencies still aren't improving. Experts are worried it could harm Homeland Security's ability to work with the private sector to stop cyberterrorism.

Security Blog Log: The sobering scope of data fraud,294698,sid14_gci1173719,00.html
This past week bloggers worried about banks losing their grip on data, and the many ways criminals can take advantage of credit card insecurity.

Security Bytes: Phishing attacks get personal,289142,sid14_gci1173696,00.html
In other news: VeriSign warns of new DOS attacks; Norton update disrupts AOL connections; Oracle claims a security milestone; and researchers say viruses could infect RFID tags.
E-mail storage outsourcing gets mixed reaction,289142,sid5_gci1174048,00.html
Some users think it might be cumbersome to have a separate vendor manage just one part of their environment, while others jump at the idea of offloading e-mail management.
Team System development server released to manufacturing
The final component in the first generation of Microsoft's new Application Lifecycle Management platform, Visual Studio Team System, is now on its way to market.


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