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SCO tries new tack

Published August 7, 2006 12:00 pm

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Posted: 2:00:22 PM- Utah's SCO Group sought Monday to dispel the pall of recent courtroom and financial setbacks by unveiling a slew of partnerships, products and services.

From Las Vegas, where the annual SCO Forum was under way, the Lindon-based software company announced it will team with Day-Timers Inc. to develop, market and support a suite of mobile data applications.

Dubbed DT4, SCO will extend time management, calendaring and task management to Day-Timers customers through special versions of its Me Inc. services. DT4 tools will especially target lawyers, doctors, real estate and insurance agents, said SCO President and CEO Darl McBride. - Bob Mims

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