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Monday, April 17, 2006

TechTarget News Roundup -- April 17th, 2006

Law firm picks Palm Treos over BlackBerry ‘pancakes’
A Houston law firm wanted devices that could do it all but were also nice and compact. After rigorous testing, the firm chose Palm Treo smartphones over BlackBerrys.

Virtual trial leads to datacenter overhaul
IT folks at a Canadian media company thought they were testing virtualization software as a way to run a tighter ship. They got more than they bargained for.

Mozilla fixes nearly two dozen Firefox flaws
The digital underground could exploit the vulnerabilities to bypass security restrictions, tamper with sensitive data or conduct cross-site scripting and phishing attacks.

Security Blog Log: Man of God, man of ID theft
The latest from the blogosphere: new government data on the scope of ID theft and the tale of how a pastor and his wife were charged with the crime.

Cisco invests in NeoPath for file virtualization
Cisco is expected to make a strategic investment in NeoPath Networks this week, continuing the shakeout in the file virtualization market.

Microsoft's Virtual Server gets free MOM pack
Microsoft hasn't offered much in terms of virtual server manageability thus far, but the company did release a free management pack that keeps tabs on computers running Virtual Server 2005.


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