• HP announces new servers

    Hewlett-Packard Co. announced a number of entry- and mid-to-upper level servers Tuesday that use the faster 875 MHz PA-8700+ and Alpha processors.

    07 Aug. 02 08:06 Written by Deni Connor
  • Sun speeds up core of server line

    Sun Microsystems on Tuesday revved up its midrange and high-end server lines, adding support for its fastest processor to date.

    07 Aug. 02 08:05 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • Storage needs soar, budgets stagnate

    IT shops are turning to new ways to manage ballooning storage volumes, according to analysts Meta Group.

    07 Aug. 02 07:51 Written by Staff Writers
  • Money in Linux for tools vendor

    There is money to be made in Linux, says a longtime senior staffer for development tools company Borland.

    07 Aug. 02 07:51 Written by Mark Broatch
  • Report: Jonathan Miller tapped as new AOL CEO

    AOL Time Warner (AOLTW) will name former USA Interactive Inc. executive, Jonathan Miller as chief executive officer (CEO) of its troubled AOL Internet unit as soon as Tuesday, according to press reports.

    07 Aug. 02 07:50 Written by Laura Rohde
  • Web service to bring financial data into Office

    Microsoft Corp. Tuesday launched a .Net Web service in association with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and The Nasdaq Stock Market Inc. that will enable investors and analysts to access financial data stored on the Internet and analyze that data using Microsoft Office.

    07 Aug. 02 07:47 Written by Matt Berger
  • Apple 'set for Intel switch'

    Bear Stearns analyst Andrew Neff believes Apple Computer is over 80 per cent likely to start using Intel chips.

    07 Aug. 02 07:42 Written by IDG News Service staff
  • IDC: Microsoft on verge of security blitz

    Microsoft is poised for an onslaught into the security software market that could displace many of the sector's leading vendors, IDC analyst Chris Christiansen forecast Tuesday during a keynote address here at CIBC World Markets' Enterprise and E-Business Software Conference.

    07 Aug. 02 07:42 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • Cisco's Q4 profit and revenue grow

    Networking equipment maker Cisco SystemsTuesday reported an increase in earnings and revenue for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2002, exceeding Wall Street profit, but not revenue, expectations.

    07 Aug. 02 07:40 Written by Matt Berger
  • Investment banks spend more for less IT

    Investment banking spends 30 per cent more on IT than its retail cousins but shareholder pressure for dollar delivery leaves it with under performing IT systems and huge legacy issues.

    07 Aug. 02 07:39 Written by Kelly Mills
  • CRM and e-commerce: After the dot-com bust

    Even if you don't expect your company's Web site to contribute a substantial percentage of corporate revenue, it can still be a key strategic channel.

    07 Aug. 02 07:14 Written by Sharon Machlis
  • AT&T Wireless expands international roaming

    Italians visiting Iowa and Americans travelling in Australia will be able to use their existing GSM (Global System for Mobile communications) phones on local networks, thanks to a tidal wave of new international roaming agreements announced by AT&T Wireless Services Tuesday.

    07 Aug. 02 06:51 Written by Sam Costello
  • SecureNet to manage security at ACCC

    ASX-listed SecureNet and software developer Synop have partnered to provide managed security services to the Australian Competitor and Consumer Commission in a six-month deal worth more than $850,000.

    06 Aug. 02 15:09 Written by Richard Noone
  • Trojan horse technology exploits IE hole

    A new technology could let a Trojan horse disguise itself as the Internet Explorer browser and let hackers steal data from your PC by fooling firewalls into thinking it's a trusted Microsoft Corp. application, say three security consultants.

    06 Aug. 02 12:54 Written by Kim Zetter
  • Web services present host of developer issues

    Analysts at a developers' conference in Sydney last week identified several issues that developers and companies need to get to grips with before attacking IT projects using web services.

    06 Aug. 02 10:37 Written by Mark Broatch
  • Report forecasts wireless LAN 'last-mile' boom

    The ability of IEEE 802.11b to serve as a last-mile broadband access technology is boosting the wireless LAN market still more, according to a report from Alexander Resources Corp., a Dallas, Texas wireless market researcher.

    06 Aug. 02 09:09 Written by John Cox
  • Sun touts road map to Solaris 10

    Sun Microsystems officials on Friday offered a sneak peak into its Solaris OS plans, touting incremental improvements in areas such as resource management expected to reach users' systems within a year.

    06 Aug. 02 08:09 Written by Paul Krill
  • IBM bundles storage hardware for biotech

    IBM released three bundles of storage networking products Monday aimed at helping researchers combat the exponential growth of biotech data.

    06 Aug. 02 07:52 Written by Tom Krazit
  • Flaw discovered in Symantec firewall

    A vulnerability has been discovered in Symantec firewall products that would let a knowledgeable attacker hijack any connection to Symantec's software-based or appliance-based firewalls, thereby potentially gaining unauthorized access to internal corporate resources.

    06 Aug. 02 07:46 Written by Ellen Messmer
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