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Verisign Inc. hopes to enable faster and more secure deployment of e-commerce transactions with its B2B Trust services package introduced this week.
Divergence was the name of the market game today, as the Dow climbed confidently on strong earnings news and the Nasdaq slid downward under pressure from a technology stock sell-off. The Nasdaq gained 62.48, or 1.7 percent, to 3,643.93. The Dow gained 169.09, or 1.6 percent, to 10,844.05. The split brought a largely calm end to a shortened trading week; markets will be closed tomorrow in observance of Good Friday.
If you need any more proof that the world has woken up to the fundamental importance of networking, consider this staggering fact: The stock value of the Network World 200 - the 200 largest U.S.-based public network companies D has passed $5 trillion.
Looking to give users an easier way to distribute Web content, cache device maker CacheFlow Inc. last week debuted its CacheOS/s operating system, aimed at e-commerce applications.
Nortel Networks announced Wednesday that it will acquire Architel Systems, a developer of software that lets service providers provide Internet and other IP services, for US$395 million in stock.
The Canadian teen-ager known as Mafiaboy, who was arrested this week in connection with an attack against the CNN Web site in February, is an amateur who simply copied tactics used by far more sophisticated attackers who may never be caught, security analysts say.
International telecommunications prices may be falling, but the U.S. government is not satisfied that all its trading partners are doing all they can to spur voice and data competition.
New Zealand customers wanting to use Telstra Corp.'s application service provider (ASP) can access Lotus Development Corp. applications but not Microsoft Corp. software.
A day after Bill Clinton became the first U.S. president to address a technology trade show, a group of Republican congressmen sat down with representatives of several high technology companies at Comdex to discuss a range of legislative topics that are either now before Congress or will be soon.
Dotcoms are more likely to tread the venture capital path following this week's stock market falls which saw some internet companies lose more than half their market value.
Kevin McKay has resigned his post as CEO of SAP America, and SAP veteran Wolfgang Kemna from SAP AG in Germany will serve as his replacement, a spokesperson for SAP said.
After four months of number-crunching, a large, distributed network of computers worldwide has cracked an encryption method that will likely secure the next generation of wireless phones and other devices. The unprecedented effort revealed the strength of the encryption system but also highlighted some potential weaknesses.
South African IT giant Datatec has acquired networking distributor LAN Systems for over A$30 million (US$17.7 million) in a move that instantly catapults the company onto the global stage.
General Motors Acceptance Corp. (GMAC), the financial services arm of the world's largest automaker, is in the midst of some major housecleaning.
Bob Knowling, CEO of upstart competitive local exchange carrier Covad Communications Co., likes to envision his phone company competitors as ugly old giants sleeping lazily on their front porches. And he's running like mad to give Covad some distance in the broadband Internet access race before those slumbering foes awake.
Corel broadened its portfolio of Linux-based products this week by buying a 10 percent stake in Simply.com, maker of customized videoconferencing solutions.
IBM yesterday beat Wall Street expectations for the first quarter of fiscal 2000, posting diluted earnings of 83 US cents per share, compared with earnings per share of 78 cents in the same quarter last year.
Bowing to the requirements of users who run systems with multiple operating environments, Microsoft is at work merging its Interix product line into the next version of its Windows Services for Unix (SFU).
Vendors are shouting from the rooftops that this is the year of the SAN. But users are barely whispering their support for storage-area networks (SAN).
Lotus Development Corp. confirmed yesterday that several top executives plan to leave the groupware software maker in the coming weeks.
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