Technology News Archive - October 02, 2008
Small and medium businesses (SMBs, or companies with up to 999 employees) in India are on track to invest up to US$605 million on networking hardware this year, up a healthy 24% over last year.
Ipanema Technologies, a leader in application traffic management systems for wide area networks, today announced that Belgacom will use its Autonomic Networking System to develop a new application-centric offering.
By Steve Fidel Deseret News Choirs. Crowds. Protesters. All are predictably part of each LDS general conference, and two of the three prompt an official response from the church and a heightened presence from Salt Lake police.
PITTSFIELD, Mass., Oct. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- KB Toys announced today new price reductions on hundreds of items throughout the store. Over two hundred popular toys have just been reduced to $10 or less, just in time for the holiday gift buying season.
Silverpop today announced its groundbreaking new Share-to-Social feature, making it the first email service provider to bridge the gap between email marketing and social networking.
By HARVEY MACKAY Cold calling is dead, or at least it should be. Too many salespeople waste time and energy cold calling for new business, when they can be using technology and the "Invisible Web" to warm up potential customers. Sam Richter is a guru on taking the chill out of cold calling.
By Leonard Doyle In Virginia's hurting suburbs, where every other house seems under threat of foreclosure, it is a short walk from Sam's Club to Starbucks, but long enough to uncover a seam of rage directed at America's political leaders.
By PHIL MULKINS Dear Action Line: Can you please tell me a safe way to stop all the pre-approved credit card applications that come in the mail? I found an Internet site professing to stop such applications but have no idea if it is legitimate. -- G.H., Tulsa.
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Motionbox, the leading personal video sharing and storage site, today announced the launch of new exclusive tools and services that fully support AVCHD HD video camcorders, eliminating consumer hurdles of uploading and storing high-tech files.