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Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware

internet appliances  three groups: stripped-down PCs, Internet appliances, and thin clients. Although we understand the rationale, we hesitate including thin clients in this area, except as a comparison. In general, appliances include a CPU, operating system or browser (or both), memory, network card, keyboard/mouse, and sometimes a media device (CD, floppy, or hard drive) and (less often) I/O slots. However, as more storage and I/O capability is added, it becomes an anorexic PC, not an appliance. Appliances are generally Read More...
Web Content Management (WCM)
Web content management (WCM) systems manage content creation, review, and approval processes for web site content. This may include public Web sites (Internet) or private web sites (intranet or ext...
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Acer to Jump on Internet Appliance Bandwagon
Computer maker Acer is planning to launch a line of Internet appliances at next month's Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, according to a company source.

internet appliances  launch a line of Internet appliances at next month's Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, according to a company source. Acer's new products will include the I-Station, a simplified computer based on Microsoft's Web Companion software that connects to Microsoft's MSN service. The I-Station, expected to become available in spring 2000, is designed to shield users from sophisticated PC features. Like other appliances to be based on the Web Companion platform, Acer's I-Station does not include a hard Read More...
IBM Pushes Linux into Appliances
IBM Corp. on Monday said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux.

internet appliances  to use on the Internet. IBM (NYSE: IBM), the computer maker that so far has made the broadest commitment to Linux, also said it would post instructions on its Web site for configuring Linux, and a forum for customers to share information about using Linux on IBM hardware. We are definitely embracing Linux where it makes sense, said Irving Wladawsky-Berger, vice president of technology and strategy for IBM's enterprise systems unit. We're working with the Linux community to make it a better operating Read More...
frontpath Announces Mobile Internet Appliance
Continuing the onslaught of 'Internet appliances', S3 subsidiary frontpath announced its first product, called ProGear. Unlike most current appliances, this

internet appliances  Appliance frontpath Announces Mobile Internet Appliance R. Krause - October 11, 2000 Event Summary [Source: frontpath press release] September 27th, 2000 -- Fontpath, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of S3 Incorporated, today announced ProGear. ProGear is frontpath's Information Appliance targeted to the vertical market segments. ProGear couples hardware and software to deliver one of the first ever wireless, truly portable, untethered, broadband-based products capable of enabling vertical partners to Read More...
New Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq
Compaq has jumped into the home Internet Appliance game with its latest iPAQ offering. Is this a continuation of computer manufacturers attempting to create a

internet appliances  Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq New Internet Appliances Coming from Compaq R. Krause - September 7, 2000 Event Summary August 15, 2000 [Source: Compaq Press Release] MSN and Compaq Computer Corporation announced availability of the Compaq iPAQ Home Internet Appliance, the first MSN Companion device available. The device is designed for new Internet users who want an easy and affordable way to get connected, surf the Web, send and receive e-mail, and accomplish everyday tasks online. The Read More...
Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet
Excerpts from a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000

internet appliances  Cybercrime on the Internet Fighting Cybercrime on the Internet L. Taylor - July 18, 2000 Introduction This note is based on a presentation on cybercrime by Laura Taylor, TEC Director of Security Research for the E-Gov 2000 Conference sponsored by SAIC on July 10, 2000 at the Washington Convention Center. Note : Portions of this note are excerpted from the presentation, other parts are explanatory text to relate this information to the Technology community serviced by the TEC web site. Information Read More...
Dell Updates Its Appliance Line
As part of a far-reaching strategy to grab a large share of Internet infrastructure computing, Dell has announced three new appliance server models.

internet appliances  new professed focus on Internet infrastructure (II), this announcement comes as no surprise. Dell has been dropping hints about server appliances for months. Until this point, Dell customers wanting an appliance would have to buy a PowerEdge 1300 with Novell's ICS caching software pre-loaded onto it. Obviously, this was not aimed at Web serving, but at Web users/clients. Although these units functioned adequately, they were clearly not geared toward ISPs or toward companies trying to rackmount a bunch of Read More...
How to Achieve Regulatory Compliance with E-mail and Internet Content Security Policy Enforcement
The maze of regulations governing electronic data has never been more complex. Various regulatory bodies, as well as international, regional, and national

internet appliances  Compliance with E-mail and Internet Content Security Policy Enforcement The maze of regulations governing electronic data has never been more complex. Various regulatory bodies, as well as international, regional, and national governments, have different requirements for handling electronic data. Get an in-depth look at compliance regulations, particularly the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), that impact IT managers, and learn about best practices for managing your electronic messaging content. Read More...
SIP, RTP, and XMPP in the Emerging Real-time Internet
This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can

internet appliances  in the Emerging Real-time Internet This white paper discusses how session initiation protocol (SIP), real-time transport protocol (RTP), and extensible messaging and presence protocol (XMPP) can work together to harness the unique strengths of each protocol within and across applications. Each protocol has a role in powering the real-time Internet, and this paper highlights how they complement each other to create a whole solution. Read More...
Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements
Unwanted pop-up ads are intrusive Internet advertisements that are displayed when you access web pages. This white paper provides information about different

internet appliances  PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. MicroWorld Technologies is an advanced security solution provider specializing in AntiVirus, AntiSpam , Content Security and Network Intrusion Prevention solutions. Source : MicroWorld Resources Related to Unwanted PopUp Ads: Intrusive Internet Advertisements : Pop-up ad (Wikipedia) Read More...
Oracle Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth
Oracle is one of the first software companies to implement the Internet computing model for developing and deploying enterprise software across its entire

internet appliances  Co. - Internet Paradigm Boosts Applications Growth Vendor Summary Founded in 1977 and headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Oracle Corporation is the No.1 database software vendor with approx. 50% market share, and is the world's second largest independent software company (after Microsoft). Oracle is also the second largest ERP vendor (after SAP) with $2.1 billion revenue in 1998 (approx. 12% of global ERP market), and 6000 installations worldwide. It maintains a presence in 145 countries, with more Read More...
Telco Charged with Trickery on Technology
Bell Atlantic is charged with failing to fulfill promises to bring DSL and other high-speed Internet access to the home.

internet appliances  with consumer issues, for Internet businesses who would, if the promises had been kept, now have affordable, reliable high speed access to the home market, the cost of the lost opportunity is immeasurable. According to Kushnick the actions alleged against Bell Atlantic represent only a sample of the overcharging of consumers and businesses, and of other unfair practices, that regional bell operating companies (RBOC's or Baby Bells ) have been guilty of. He and other organizations and individuals will Read More...
Small Business VoIP Service Providers Buyer’s Guide
Small-business users of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) have very different needs. But all users have similar concerns when it comes to cost, the range of

internet appliances  Guide : Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) (Wikipedia) Internet Service Provider (ISP), (Wikipedia) Small Business VoIP Service Providers Buyer's Guide VoIP Service Providers is also known as : Internet Service Providers , Hosted Service , VoIP Service Providers Buyer's Guide , Voice Over Internet Protocol Service Providers , On-premises Service , Customer Premise Equipment , Cpe , Web Services , Small Business VoIP Service Providers , Small Business Phone Service , Small Business VoIP Plan , Small Read More...
Host-to-Windows Printing: Brooks Internet Software
A major challenge for IT managers is that much of the data they need in Windows environments is stored in iSeries and Mainframe host systems. Traditionally

internet appliances  to-Windows Printing: Brooks Internet Software A major challenge for IT managers is that much of the data they need in Windows environments is stored in iSeries and Mainframe host systems. Traditionally, unlocking this data and making it available in Windows environments for further processing has involved major reprogram¬ming, and significant resource investments. There are, however, simple solutions that address the jump from host to Windows. Read More...
Earthlink Leads the Way in DSL Security
DSL providers speed up their customers' Internet access, however, at the same time they also expose these customers to enormous security risk. Earthlink has

internet appliances  don't already have high-speed Internet access, you are wishing you did. For a small price increase over traditional ISP services, users can upgrade to a DSL line and access the Internet at record speeds. However, one of the biggest stumbling blocks to doing so has been the security implications. DSL services expose your system to a much greater degree to cybercriminals and cybervandals. Market Impact Until Earthlink's announcement, the only way for ISP customers to protect themselves from wily world wide Read More...

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