Security vendor patches dangerous IE bugMicrosoft may wait until April 11 to patch a critical hole in Internet Explorer. Is that too long? Security software vendor eEye thinks so, and has released a so-called temporary patch. But installing a third-party patch raises all sorts of issues. Click here for the full story.20 people who changed the industryA lot has happened to the networking industry in the 20 years since Network World started printing. Here's who made it happen.Look ma, no tapesWhat's a "virtual" tape library? And how can it meet your storage needs? Sepaton's Miki Sandorfi takes the Network World Hot Seat to explain it all. Watch it now.LogicBlaze unveils open source SOA platformLogicBlaze this week unveiled a stack of open source products and support services aimed at helping enterprises develop and deploy service-oriented architecture (SOA) technology. Click here for more.Stratus extends fault-tolerance reachStratus Technologies is pushing into managed services, where it hopes its expertise in high availability will attract customers in such industries as financial services, e-commerce and manufacturing, where continuous uptime is critical. Click here for more.Nortel to simplify, expand services offeringsNortel Monday announced that it will simplify its services offerings as well as provide integration of equipment from other vendors, in an effort to spur new revenue from the services it offers to large businesses and service providers. Click here for more.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.