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Byline: Gregg Keizer, TechWeb News
A leaner, meaner Comdex opened in the US this week as a newly focused trade show that concentrates on IT, not the all-encompassing, consumer-oriented event that drew crowds of 200,000 as recently as three years ago. This year, a host of big-name technology companies are making good on the show's promise to pay more attention to the enterprise.
Always a major player at Comdex, Microsoft touted its anti-spam technology -- called SmartScreen -- that is already built into Outlook 2003, the e-mail client of the recently-released Office 2003 suite, and said it would roll spam-fighting features into its Exchange …