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Dell Jumps Into Internet PC Arena
Dell Computer Corp. has announced that it is taking orders for its new Webpc, Dell's first product from its Web Products Group, and its first foray into the growing market of Internet appliances.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: Prices for the new computers start at $999. In a press release Tuesday, the company said the Webpc is the first product from its Web Products Group and is part of its strategy of embracing the Internet in every facet of its business. This marks Dell s entry into the market of those devices known as information appliances or Internet appliances . Measuring six inches wide, 10.7 inches high, and 10.1 inches deep, and weighing 10 pounds, the Webpc comes in five accent colors (for an additional $29.95)
12/1/1999

eMachines Considering Internet Appliance
eMachines, Inc., is considering a foray into the

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: eMachines Considering Internet Appliance eMachines Considering Internet Appliance R. Krause - November 24, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary [ZDNet News, 11/18/99] eMachines Inc., the Irvine, Calif., company best known for making cheap PCs, is eyeing appliances. Its top executive hinted that the company is ready to jump into the market for even cheaper, special purpose Internet-enabled devices. eMachines will put one in our roadmap soon, said president Stephen Dukker. I do believe there is a market for
11/24/1999

Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet
Excerpts from a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000 at the Washington Convention Center.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: went on to discuss computers and children, noting Keeping children off the web, and off computers is not an option. In fact, we need to enable online access as much as possible, in order to enable our kids survival as law-abiding contributing members of society. She further explained that in the online world, Pedophiles do not have to expose themselves as adults to have access to kids, and usually don t. Cyberpedophiles hang-out in online chat rooms, and typically pose as children themselves this is
7/18/2000

The Rise or Fall of Internet Advertising
Is the Internet advertising industry about to crash? Some pundits think so. Researchers and entrepreneurs aren't so sure

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: The Rise or Fall of Internet Advertising The Rise or Fall of Internet Advertising D. Geller - October 29, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Two columnists have independently sounded the death knell for Internet advertising. Widely respected usability expert Jakob Nielsen believes that the strategy of building businesses based on getting revenues from selling ad space is no longer viable. Infoworld columnist Dylan Tweney goes further, and predicts the demise of the Internet advertising industry. Tweney
10/29/1999

Need for Content Security
Need for Content Security. Papers and Other Software Complex System to Use In Your Complex System for Content Security. The Internet access you have provided in the office costs money. You wish to see it used as a productive tool and increase business. It also provides the best way to appear busy. Employees can open multiple pages, a few of them related to legitimate work, while the others cater to their

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: to using their work computers as the primary lifeline to access sexually explicit materials online. (MSNBC).   Estimating net abuse costs The following equations allows you to estimate how much misuse of Internet costs you: Number of employees with Web access: = A Average hourly cost per employee including overheads = B ($) Average time spent in non business net use/day = C (Hours) Average time spent on personal e-mail+ Chat/day = D (Hours) Working hours/day = 8 Cost to your organization for non business
9/6/2005 12:18:00 PM

SIP, RTP, and XMPP in the Emerging Real-time Internet
This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can work together to harness the unique strengths of each protocol within and across applications. Each protocol has a role in powering the real-time Internet, and this paper highlights how they complement each other to create a whole solution.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: SIP, RTP, and XMPP in the Emerging Real-time Internet SIP, RTP, and XMPP in the Emerging Real-time Internet Source: Jabber, Inc. Document Type: White Paper Description: This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can work together to harness the unique strengths of each protocol within and across applications. Each protocol has a role in powering the real-time Internet, and this paper highlights
7/31/2008 1:14:00 PM

WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami
Ready for another Internet Tsunami? Broadband and Wireless ubiquitous infrastructures are coming into place at a rapid rate. Digital Business Service Providers (DBSPs) are scrambling to get ready. Users should be thinking now about the impact on their digital business.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami R. Krause - March 1, 2000 Read Comments WorldCom SPRINTs, Nokia/Visa Pays Bill, & Service Providers Gear for Wireless Tsunami E. Robins - March 13th, 2000 Event Summary In October 1999, MCI WorldCom (NASDAQ- WCOM ) and Sprint (NYSE - FON, FON PR, FON PRA, FXN, PCS) announced a merger agreement that will bring together two giant
3/1/2000

Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth
Oracle is one of the first software companies to implement the Internet computing model for developing and deploying enterprise software across its entire product line. CRM and strategic procurement will be significant contributors to Oracle Applications sales revenue (up to 35% within next 3 years), where Oracle Business OnLine has a potential of reaching 15%-25% of total Oracle applications sales revenue within the next 5 years...

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth P.J. Jakovljevic - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is the No.1 database software vendor with approx. 50% market share, and is the world s second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest ERP vendor (after SAP) with $2.1 billion revenue in 1998 (approx. 12%
9/1/1999

IBM Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things » The TEC Blog
IBM Unveils New Technology to Address the Internet of Things » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: big data, event processing, ibm, IBM MessageInsight, industry watch, messaging, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
03-05-2013

Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations
Internet security in Saudi Arabia does not go overlooked. Are the Saudis being over zealous and paranoid, or are they practicing smart network security?

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations Saudi Arabian Network Security Provokes Local Considerations L. Taylor - April 6, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary In The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the entire Internet backbone is concealed behind a countrywide firewall that is built on Sun Solaris servers using the freeware proxy server known as Squid. The firewall is located at the King Abdul Aziz University for Science and Technology (KACST). To keep foreign nations from viewing various local
4/6/2000

I Want My IPTV: Internet Protocol TV and Its Implications on Home Networks
Today, dozens of independent operating companies and international carriers offer Internet protocol TV (IPTV) services to homes around the world. But IPTV for in-home distribution has been a weak link in the IPTV delivery chain—until now. Ruckus Wireless multimedia systems can help overcome current Wi-Fi limitations and enhance subscriber experience by uniquely enabling a whole-home network for video, voice, and data.

COMPUTERS INTERNET SECURITY: I Want My IPTV: Internet Protocol TV and Its Implications on Home Networks I Want My IPTV: Internet Protocol TV and Its Implications on Home Networks Source: Ruckus Wireless Document Type: White Paper Description: Today, dozens of independent operating companies and international carriers offer Internet protocol TV (IPTV) services to homes around the world. But IPTV for in-home distribution has been a weak link in the IPTV delivery chain—until now. Ruckus Wireless multimedia systems can help overcome
11/7/2007 1:30:00 PM


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