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Autodesk-Autoliv


[November 28, 2009] Founded in 1956, Autoliv is a supplier of seat belts and airbags with $6.5 billion in sales. This Swedish corporation sells its products to automotive companies throughout the world. To keep costs low, however, it was important for engineers to eliminate errors as early as possible in the design process. Ideally, engineers hope to predict possible errors and prevent them from occurring in the first place. Autoliv engineers needed a solution that would work well with other software packages and help them achieve these goals. Read More...

Tags: software , vertical , IT , international , standards

Channel Is Key In Enterprise Security Sales


[April 06, 2008] George Adams, CEO of SSH Communications Security, outlines the key obstacles channel partners face in tackling security sales and offers a roadmap to success. Read More...

Tags: Linux , authentication , Windows , security , data , search , services , Microsoft , server , consumer , management , support , IBM , Specification , Demo , PC , IT , Internet , research , marketing , privacy , ERP , laptops , Office , malware , CA , government , virus , Enterprise , OS , technology , RIM , business , news , SEC , corporate , VAR , protocols , standards , regulation , OSI , REV , EFF , vulnerabilities , SCO

Intel Goes The Distance on Wi-Fi: 60 Miles


[March 20, 2008] Using 802.11x networking and some "secret sauce," it can stretch wireless connectivity -- helping remote communities get online. Read More...

Tags: search , server , support , Specification , wireless , IT , Internet , Intel , research , digital divide , ISP , HP , CA , Wi-Fi , OS , technology , media , Wimax , SEC , InternetNews.com , protocols , Gartner , standards , healthcare , OSI , AIM , EFF , SCO


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