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   Novell previews Odyssey federated ID
 New tech starts time-bomb ticking for resellers
 US rival attacks Aust traffic-cam maker
 Symantec nearly doubles revenue
 Microsoft, Apple sued over online updates
 Spam scourge overblown, survey suggests
 Aust call centres will harness new tech
 Microsoft may become top dog in IM
 Apple signs indie music labels in Europe
 Ericsson reports profit, sales up

  Novell previews Odyssey federated ID
Novell has previewed a new Liberty-based federated identity solution, called Odyssey, designed to let enterprise swap identity information with business partners. More...

New tech starts time-bomb ticking for resellers
Australia's channel could self-destruct if resellers don't begin to work harder to promote emerging technologies and ditch the box-drop mentality in coming years, one distributor has claimed. More...

US rival attacks Aust traffic-cam maker
Melbourne-based digital camera maker Redflex Traffic Systems has been accused of patent infringement by a US rival. More...

Symantec nearly doubles revenue
Security vendor Symantec has posted a 48 percent year-over-year increase in revenue growth for its fiscal first US quarter ending 2 July 2004. More...

Microsoft, Apple sued over online updates
UK-based BTG has sued Microsoft and Apple in the US over alleged patent violations that cover the companies' web-based software update services. More...

Spam scourge overblown, survey suggests
The spam scourge may have been completely overblown as a business hindrance, if a recent survey by IT marketing firm Silverspan is any guide. More...

Aust call centres will harness new tech
Genesys talked up outsourcing, VoIP, speech recognition and self-service in contact centres in keynotes at its G-Force conference in Melbourne this week. More...

Microsoft may become top dog in IM
Microsoft's move to bring instant messaging rivals into its fold and continued push into its core applications give it a good shot at becoming as big in IM as it is in enterprise email with Exchange, a market research firm said this week. More...

Apple signs indie music labels in Europe
Apple Computer this week said it has signed licensing agreements with three of the largest European independent music labels. More...

Ericsson reports profit, sales up
Telefon AB L.M. Ericsson swung to a profit in its second quarter on an 18 percent increase in sales. More...

 
 
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