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iTnewswire Late Edition: US developer wins WA Resources project; New Orleans paper shifts to web only.

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Thursday, 1st September 2005

  • How not to get hacked: Microsoft
  • US developer wins WA Resources project
  • IBM to serve centre court view at US Open
  • Firefox 1.5 Beta 1 due next week
  • New Orleans paper shifts to web only
  • Fujitsu
    How not to get hacked: Microsoft
    Microsoft pushed security to the front of its Tech.Ed agenda on the Gold Coast this week, holding a developer and technical support session aimed explaining the easiest routes to hack attack on any IT network. More...

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    US developer wins WA Resources project
    Western Australia's Department of Industry and Resources has awarded a contract to US-based software provider Micro Focus to migrate the department's outsourced legacy systems to Windows. More...

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    IBM to serve centre court view at US Open
    IBM will use breakthrough technology to give viewers a centre court perspective on the US Open Tennis Championships in New York City. More...

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    Firefox 1.5 Beta 1 due next week
    Firefox 1.5 will hit Beta 1 on 8 September, according to Mozilla Foundation developers. More...

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    New Orleans paper shifts to web only
    For the second day, the Times-Picayune, New Orleans' daily paper, published a web-only edition, as like other businesses it has had to abandon the city. More...

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