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Proposed judgment in Microsoft case issued (8629)

Bored with television reruns≠ Having trouble sleeping≠ The Department of Justice published potential solutions to either problem last week when it filed copies of the Proposed Final Judgment and Competitive Impact Statement in the companion cases, U.S. v. Microsoft Corp. ...

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Computer exports to Libya, Syria enjoined (10011)

The Bureau of Export Administration published a notice in the Federal Register indicating that it has affirmed an injunction against Tetrabal Corp. and Ihsan Medhat Elashi in connection with the export of computer products to Libya and Syria, in violation ...

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Computer exports to Libya, Syria enjoined

The Bureau of Export Administration published a notice in the Federal Register indicating that it has affirmed an injunction against Tetrabal Corp. and Ihsan Medhat Elashi in connection with the export of computer products to Libya and Syria, in violation ...

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How to improve security and manage the risks of cyber-terrorism at your company (10000)

As Rochester businesses reassess their risks in the wake of the tragic events of September 11, they should not overlook the serious financial losses that can result from cyber-terrorism, according to local officials of the world’s largest risk management and ...

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Conflict within weather service may soon boil over

There are signs that a long simmering conflict within the National Weather Service may soon boil over.It is something that readers of The Daily Record columns have known about for a decade. Ironically, it is something that many National Weather ...

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Attorney lists five easy ways for companies to lose their intellectual property (9973)

Intellectual property. It can be a critical factor in determining whether a company will be able to expand, obtain funding, or go public. The loss of intellectual property may be so serious that it might threaten a company’s survival. Given ...

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Rochester’s business leaders present best practices for leveraging e-business (9911)

Robert Greenslade, vice president of Xerox’s WW Procurement Logistics, was first to share his thoughts and strategies about leveraging the Internet through business to business transactions and collaboration at the October 24 breakfast meeting of e-Biz Association at Oak Hill ...

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Rochester’s business leaders present best practices for leveraging e-business

Robert Greenslade, vice president of Xerox’s WW Procurement Logistics, was first to share his thoughts and strategies about leveraging the Internet through business to business transactions and collaboration at the October 24 breakfast meeting of e-Biz Association at Oak Hill ...

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NY companies affected by WTC attacks will receive IT recovery assistance (9958)

With more than 10,000 software companies across the state and some 120,000 employees, the New York State Software Network (NYSSNET) is reaching out to its members to provide free, professional services to companies struggling to recover from the World Trade ...

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