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Freeware Vendor's Web Tracking Draws Curses
The free cartoon character cursor provided by Comet Systems Inc. tracks and stores the web visits of millions of people. This potential privacy issue was

web anonymous  Vendor's Web Tracking Draws Curses Event Summary Comet Systems Inc., a privately held company that gives away software that can convert your cursor into an animated shape of your choosing when you surf the Web, has been collecting information about where the estimated six to fourteen million users of the Comet Cursor point their browsers. The discovery was made by a private security consultant, Richard Smith, a founder of Phar Lap Software, who was also responsible for revealing security problems

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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 extranet). Use a WCM solution to organize and manage documents; provide content version control, collaboration utilities, and user- or document-level security. 

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E-mail Encryption: Protecting Data in Transit


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“B” Before “e” When Marketing to “C”


ResponseLogic launches a personalized marketing tool based on expert systems technology. Promising to improve the bottom line of any Web business that markets to consumers, the company charges only when the product makes a valid recommendation.

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DoubleClick Takes Bath, Throws in Towel


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Adobe Releases 2014 Digital Index Online Shopping Predictions


Adobe releases its 2014 Digital Index Online Shopping Forecast for this year’s holiday season, an important guide for senior marketing and e-commerce executives across industries.

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Profit from Emerging Web 2.0 technologies


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The Cost of Employee Web Misuse


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web anonymous  Cost of Employee Web Misuse E-mails, shopping, social networks—it's easy to get distracted with all that the Web has to offer, even when you're at work. But how much is too much when it comes to personal Web surfing on the job? Where should employers draw the line? Web misuse can have serious implications for your business, including reduced employee productivity; security problems; legal risks; wasted bandwidth; unlicensed software; and reputation risk. In the white paper Employee Web Use and Misuse Read More

Protecting Your Network Against the Growing Danger of Web Attacks


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Taking the “Geek” out of Your Web Site Management Strategy


The evolution of interfaces to web content has changed the way companies manage their web sites. On one hand, it's easier than ever to manage digital content. But on the other, with the advent of Web 2.0, there's still a lot you need to know to maximize your web content—and your sales and customer relationships. Learn how software-as-a-service (SaaS) can play an important role in your web content management strategies.

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Keys to Accelerating Web Application Delivery


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