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Rethinking software licensing August 29, 2006 SWsoft CEO Serguei Beloussov says virtualization is creating new issues for buyers and sellers of software.
HP outlines long-term strategy January 23, 2006 Plans for next 18 months include improved direct sales technology, acquisitions and, yes, more printers.
CA buys Cybermation April 14, 2006 IT management software company plans to acquire the workload automation company in a $75 million deal.
Microsoft updates Office beta September 13, 2006 Software maker issues what it says is the last public updated test version before a final release later this year.
Sybase unveils data integration tool August 7, 2006 Database software maker plans to introduce a bundle of software that gives access to data from a range of sources from one tool.
MSN Taiwan visitors wind up elsewhere September 7, 2007 Slip-up allowed a personal Web site to scoop up traffic intended for Microsoft's Web portal; the software maker apologized Friday for the goof.
Microsoft probes Windows DoS flaw June 2, 2006 Newly discovered vulnerability could cause certain Windows applications to crash if a user clicks on an overly long Web link.
Windows 7: Moving beyond Vista July 6, 2009 Microsoft aims to make a much different first impression with Windows 7 than it did with Vista, its oft-maligned predecessor.
Red Hat seeks NYSE listing November 18, 2006 Open-source software company Red Hat, now trading on the NASDAQ, has applied to list its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Software's 'stack wars' April 19, 2006 Software companies used to sell on features. Now it's "stacks," or soup-to-nuts offerings.
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