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The Triple-A Approach to Enterprise IT Security

Most companies tend to relegate information and technology security concerns to the IT department. After all, aren't they the ones who make sure you change your password every few months? ...

Can RIM Withstand Microsoft’s Direct Push?

"With this new push e-mail initiative for wireless users, there is a possibility that Microsoft will do for wireless e-mail the same thing they did for the Web browser market -- create a zero-revenue proposition for the competition," Apresta President Al Smith told TechNewsWorld. Apresta, a division of Saratoga Systems, makes enterprise data available to BlackBerry, Treo and other wireless devices...

Search for BlackBerry Alternatives May Accelerate New Technology

Al Smith, president and co-founder of Apresta, which makes software that lets businesses access a range of corporate data using their BlackBerry devices, told the E-Commerce Times that the implications of a shutdown would go beyond just leaving traveling executives craving their e-mail fix...


Saratoga Systems’ iAvenue

Saratoga president and co-founder Al Smith told CRM Buyer Magazine that the technology incorporates robust customization tools as well as significant reporting and query capabilities. It lets users store unlimited transaction information and easily reconfigure screens without reprogramming, he added.

Stock Watch: Rises on Legal Settlement

"This settlement affirms and upholds the right of copyright owners to be paid for the use of their works on the Internet," said Sony senior vice president Al Smith. Based in San Diego, California, hosts a music collection offering users "anytime, anywhere" access to d... and Sony Settle Copyright Dispute

Al Smith, senior vice-president at Sony Music Entertainment, said the settlement affirms the right of copyright holders to be paid for use of their works on the Internet. "Sony Music has always understood that changes in technology create new ways for consumers to experience ...

How will consumers react to Apple's WWDC 2023 announcements?
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