Friday, August 26, 2005

Moroccan, Turk Arrested Over Worm Attacks

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Computerworld Wrap-Up
August 26, 2005
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In this issue:

* Moroccan, Turk Arrested Over Worm Attacks
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* Show Me: How A Coach Can Assist An IT Project
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* FCC Delays VoIP Emergency Dialing Requirement
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* Q&A: Rational Exec Explains App Life-cycle Management Focus
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* Grating Expectations
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What's it like to have a personal coach? One IT project manager took us along
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THIS WEEK'S FRANKLY SPEAKING COLUMN
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Lessons Not Learned

Frankly Speaking: Has the recent buffer overflow worms that attacked Windows
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THIS WEEK'S COMPUTERWORLD EDITORIAL
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Axing the Axis

Editorial: Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao was mistaken when he predicted the coming
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