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Intelligent traffic management.
 
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Like many products in this group review, the CWAT (Cybercrime, Warning, Alert, Termination) product takes a modular approach to data leakage prevention.
 
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By Liz Tay | Jul 15, 2008 | Comment Now 
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Microsoft is launching a free application that will plot routes for car journeys by cross-referencing them with historical traffic data, according to the New York Times..
 
Avaya promises intelligent communications 
By Dave Bailey | Mar 19, 2008 | Comment Now 
Avaya has unveiled its latest unified communications software, which it promises is breakthrough technology designed to improve the performance of collaborative teams.
 
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Australian scientists have created an 'intelligent' bra that monitors the user's activity to determine the most comfortable fit for future underwear..
 
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Schoolchildren should not be taught neo-creationism, rules government.
 
European boffins developing 'intelligent' robots 
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Every financial institution today is at the mercy of constantly changing regulations. Each new mis-selling or market abuse scandal brings with it a tightening of the rules: ...
 
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CeBIT organiser Hannover Fairs has launched Australia's first exhibition focusing on the digital home phenomenon, and local resellers have been promised a piece of the pie.
 
Check Point unleashes intelligent software 
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Security firm Check Point has brought out an addition to its application intelligence suite.
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