All signs point to the end of life for EMC’s Retrospect backup software for small businesses. Sources say the company cannot support an SMB software channel.
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EMC stoops for the midrange, while NetApp stretches for the high end. [eWEEK]
User Account Control: insecure by design? [TheReg]
Multiple vulnerabilities are found in Cisco PIX 500 Series Security Appliances and the Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances. [Cisco]
People actually redeeming vouchers [TheReg]
Google studied the reliability and performance history of a hundred thousand of its SATA and PATA drives with between 80 and 400GB storage and 5400 to 7200rpm, and while unfortunately they didn’t call out specific brands or models that had high failure rates, they did find a few interesting patterns in failing hard drives. [Engadget]
The wireless LAN market surpassed $3.6 billion in 2006, growing 15 percent over sales in the previous year, according to research released Friday. [ChannelWeb]
Borland Software announced new capabilities across its Silk line of integrated testing and quality management products, core components of its Lifecycle Quality Management (LQM) solution. [SearchSoftwareQuality.com]
SanDisk says it will cut 10% of its work force and trim executive salaries to compensate for a recent collapse in prices for memory chips, sending its shares down 5%. [eWEEK]
Attackers could change the way Web sites are displayed and how they work. [eWEEK]
Two weeks after he returned to run the computer company that bears his name, Michael S. Dell is making sweeping senior management changes. [NYT]
In a speech Friday night to the Annual American Association for the Advancement of Science conference, Google co-founder Larry Page stated that Google was developing Artificial Intelligence and that the company wasn’t far off from completing real AI. [901am.com]
First, Google Inc. introduced free software that could replace some Microsoft Corp. products. Now it has rolled out a free mobile e-mail service for the same consumer market that Research In Motion Ltd. recently set its sights on.[GlobeandMail]