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Salesforce expands product categories for on-demand

Benioff had a few surprise announcements at Dreamforce conference

IBM takes fight to Microsoft with OpenOffice

Big Blue's version will be called Lotus Symphony

Trusted Web sites may be unsafe

Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report may reveal a possible solution

Another distributor comes to Canada

Minnesota-based Navarre expands north of the border to take advantage of the IT/CE crossover market

Microsoft loses appeal against EU antitrust ruling

Software giant faces a US$600 million fine

Apple and SCO make a slip

New details on iPhone firmware slip out, while SCO files for Chapter 11

SMBs can and do embrace technology

Smaller businesses are getting savvy and are realizing that high tech provides a competitive difference

SCO files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection

Announcement comes just before next week's Novell trial

Intel to buy digital-media software maker Havok

Dublin-based company is a developer of media creation software and services

Business Objects offers BI software on-demand

Initial release aimed primarily at Salesforce.com users

Does Mac OS X suck?

Apple's desktop platform has impressive technical chops, but it falls short from a business perspective

Cisco takes partnering virtual

Networking giant creates channel partner portal for ISVs, solution providers and eventually customers

HR software vendor turning to the channel for implementation help

While software sales will remain primarily direct, Taleo's channel boss says implementation will become a channel play

Cisco users gain configuration help from Opsware

Enables customers to check planned upgrades against Cisco's Software Image Manager

Windows Vista means wow

New Vista for Business has a promo from Ingram Micro Canada

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