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Morning everyone, The rest of our April 3rd, 2003 issue is online. This half features a nice review of three DNS appliances by Joe Hernick and Dean Ellerton. There's also Sean Doherty's Sneak Preview of Virage's VS Webcasting application, which...

Morning everyone,
The rest of our April 3rd, 2003 issue is online. This half features a nice review of three DNS appliances by Joe Hernick and Dean Ellerton. There's also Sean Doherty's Sneak Preview of Virage's VS Webcasting application, which lets you get your dynamic messages broadcast without worrying about expensive, professional studios or service providers.

Plus there's plenty more where that came from.

As always, you can grab the entire contents of the new issue from our RSS feed, or you can browse for stories here.

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