Intel’s next generation of Atom processors

November 10, 2009

Cisco leaps into hosted email, social networking
The Register
Austin Modine writes about Cisco’s new corporate e-mail service.

“Pitting itself directly against the likes of Microsoft Exchange Online, Google’s Gmail, IBM LotusLive iNotes, and Zoho Mail, Cisco announced a new corporate e-mail service of its own, called WebEx Email. Cisco is using technology acquired from PostPath along with WebEx conferencing for its hosted e-mail service with mobile device support and web browser access using AJAX. More importantly, it integrates with the Outlook front-end so businesses can use the Cisco service instead of managing their own Exchange e-mail service and without having to change their desktop e-mail client.”

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Intel to fast track Atom 2.0 introduction
Register Hardware
Tony Smith writes about Intel’s next generation of Atom processors, which are set to launch next month.

“The chip giant will formally launch the successor to the N270 and N280 on 21 December, website Xbit Labs says after having seen what it claims are confidential company communications. ‘Intel is planning for a fast transition to Pine Trail. To generate excitement for the platform ahead of launch, Intel is planning a press release in late December publicly disclosing the details of the platform,’ the missive states.”

McAfee Rolling Out New Web Security Appliance
The VAR Guy
Matthew Weinberger provides details around McAfee’s new Web security appliance product.

“McAfee, Inc. announced Email and Web Security Appliance 5.5, with several new features designed to protect SMB users while also lightening the load on a network, will become available to its partners later this quarter. Here’s a quick look at the move. Version 5.5 includes appliance clustering to help share the task of scanning, URL filtering, content policy wizards, a simplified installation utility, and Artemis and TrustedSource database integration to help identify new network threats.”

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