TechWatch: News

February 2005
Convenience Store News;2/7/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p52
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The article presents news related to the high technology industries. Toshiba Corp. added the new IK-WB02A network camera to its line of surveillance products. Dell Inc. and Microsoft Corp. unveiled jointly developed software to manage and upgrade servers. The new toolkit combines Dell's OpenManage 4 server management software and Microsoft's SMS 2003 to configure and upgrade servers running Windows. The tablet, weighing less than three pounds, can be used to take notes, retrieve files, search databases and review store operations checklists.


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