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Monday, April 24, 2006

TechTarget News Roundup -- April 24th, 2006

WAN optimization market speeds up
Dispersion, growth and consolidation are fueling a WAN optimization fire, causing the market to nearly double last year and positioning it to continue on that track.

Windows patch problems to force out-of-cycle repair
Microsoft on April 25 will re-release a critical update that fixes a Windows Explorer code-execution vulnerability. The patch has caused problems with certain third-party software.

Cisco addresses multiple vulnerabilities
Also: Apple addresses a series of Java-related flaws and one firm claims to have discovered the first J2ME Trojan.

HP revamps RISS, unveils new archiving products
HP has added significant new features to its RISS, stepped up its efforts with ISVs and rolled out a bunch of new archiving products.

Product upgrades, VM tools sparkle at MMS
What says 'It's springtime!' more than Microsoft's annual manageability bash? You got us. But if you go to the Management Summit, look for new versions of SMS, MOM and new tools from third-party vendors.


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