BizReport: Google Buys Web Publishing Tool Blogger
My spin: (Ramon Ray, I’ve used Blogger for about a year or so now, to post the news of It’s pretty easy to use, and has some nice features – like being able to post a blog via email and a built in spell checker. I hope with the acquisition by Google that more features and enhancements can be added
News Snip: Internet search company Google Inc. has agreed to acquire Pyra Labs, the handful of Web developers who helped jump-start the personal publishing phenomenon known as blogging, Pyra’s founder said on Sunday. (full story)
BizReport: Salon May Not Survive Beyond February
My spin: (Ramon Ray, I’ve never been a huge fan of Salon, my political tastes are different I guess. However, Salon’s one of those standard bearers of the “dot-com” boom who I was hoping would make it…we’ll see
News Clip: Online magazine publisher Salon Media Group Inc. warned that it may not survive beyond this month if it can’t raise more money to pay its rent and other bills. (full story)
Biz Report: PC World Magazine Celebrates 20 Years
My spin: (Ramon Ray, PC World is one of the best computer mags I’ve read. It’s a god cross between a mag for nerds and a guide for tech savy businesses.
News Clip: PC World magazine is celebrating 20 years of publication with its March issue and it’s a compelling reminder of how much personal computing has changed over the last two decades. (full story)
PKWARE’s New PKZIP Solutions Extend Efficient and Secure Communications To Individuals and Small Businesses
My spin: (Ramon Ray, one’s data transmissions, forget out compressing them is increasingly important. With an increase in security problems it is wise to not just worry about the protection of your network but also to encrypt sensitive information
Press Release: SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ — PKWARE, Inc., the pioneer and leading provider of Trusted ZIP Solutions(TM), today announced the availability of its award-winning PKZIP(R) data compression and security software for individuals and small businesses, broadening its commitment to put security into the hands of end users everywhere. Through the combination of state-of-the-art data compression and encryption technologies, and with support for popular e-mail software such as Microsoft(R) Outlook(R) and IBM Lotus Notes, individuals and small business users now have access to easily administered tools for securing communications and reducing network bandwidth requirements when transmitting large, confidential files. PKZIP works across the most popular small business platforms, including Microsoft(R) Windows(R), UNIX(R) and Linux desktops and servers, as well as interoperates with other PKZIP products available on OS/400 midrange and MVS mainframe servers. (full press release
AltiGen(R) Communications Launches Revolutionary IP Contact Center Platform, Bringing Affordable Multichannel Functionality to Small-Midsize Contact Centers
My spin: (Ramon Ray, A call management solution is not for every busines, but I’d take a carefull look at anything coming from a telecom provider wiht the expertise like AlitGen
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — AltiGen Communications, Inc. , leading manufacturer of next generation IP Telephony systems, today announced a new turnkey IP-based platform for the small-to-midsize business contact center market of 10-500 agents. During the company’s participation in DEMO 2003, IDG’s prestigious invitation-only event that sets the technology agenda for the coming year, AltiGen unveiled AltiContact Manager, a turnkey IP hardware/software system for inbound, outbound or blended contact centers that can be quickly and easily implemented to provide substantially more ROI than traditional legacy call centers. (full story)