• IBM shows off 10 new Linux users

    Trying to bolster the image of Linux as a legitimate platform for driving higher revenue and earnings among companies both large and small, IBM at LinuxWorld on Wednesday will trot out 10 new users to give just such testimony.

    23 Jan. 03 08:10 Written by Ed Scannell
  • CA forms internal Linux Technology Group

    When visitors walk into Sanjay Kumar's office, they're greeted by a 4-foot stuffed penguin. "Tux" is perched beside the chief executive's desk to make sure Linux is always on the minds of those at Computer Associates International, says the head of CA's newly formed Linux Technology Group.

    23 Jan. 03 08:08 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • IBM to bridge Domino/WebSphere development

    At its annual Lotusphere show next week in Orlando, IBM Lotus Software plans to unveil two projects currently under development that are designed to bridge Domino and WebSphere development environments and protect existing Domino developer skill sets, according to IBM officials.

    23 Jan. 03 08:07 Written by Cathleen Moore
  • AMD's Ruiz calls for collaboration

    Technology companies need to work well with each other for future innovations to occur, Advanced Micro Devices resident and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Hector Ruiz said during his keynote address Wednesday morning at LinuxWorld.

    23 Jan. 03 08:05 Written by Tom Krazit
  • HP signs up with AOL to offer corporate IM services

    In a move aimed at sparking a flame under its corporate instant messaging business, America Online (AOL) is teaming with Hewlett-Packard (HP) to integrate its Enterprise AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) Services into HP's portfolio of collaboration offerings.

    23 Jan. 03 08:04 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • Oracle previews future strategy

    Outsourcing for the mid-sized market and cost of ownership will be two key areas of focus for this year's Oracle AppsWorld conference in the US, according to company officials.

    23 Jan. 03 08:02 Written by Victoria Berry
  • RealNetworks releases server source code

    RealNetworks is completing its Helix DNA puzzle with the release of the source code underlying its Helix Universal Server to the Helix Community, the open source initiative that company announced in July 2002.

    23 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Jason Meserve
  • UK virus writer sentenced to two years in prison

    A 22-year-old British man has been sentenced to two years in prison for creating and sending out three computer viruses, one of the toughest sentences given so far to a virus writer.

    23 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Joris Evers.
  • Judge: Verizon must turn over name of downloader

    The recording industry can get its hands on the name of an Internet user who downloaded more than 600 songs in a single day, a federal judge has ruled.

    23 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Grant Gross
  • Lucent cuts losses in Q1 as revenue falls

    Lucent Technologies narrowed its losses in the first quarter of its 2003 fiscal year but saw its revenue continue to slide.

    23 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Paul Roberts
  • Feds call for broadband strategy

    A federal government enquiry into broadband Internet connections has called for a national strategy to regulate Australia's use of the technology.

    22 Jan. 03 16:26 Written by Staff Writers
  • MS CRM goes to press

    Microsoft released to manufacturing Tuesday the Microsoft CRM (customer relationship management) software that's had the industry buzzing since its announcement a year ago.

    22 Jan. 03 14:33 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • Microsoft releases SQL Server Service 2000 Pack 3

    Microsoft on Monday announced availability of SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3, featuring a monitoring API and enhanced error reporting for Microsoft's server database.

    22 Jan. 03 14:31 Written by Paul Krill
  • LINUXWORLD - MySQL upgrades open source database

    MySQL AB on Tuesday announced at the LinuxWorld Expo conference in New York a version of its MySQL open-source database that includes "subselects" and other improvements to help enable the database to be used for large-scale enterprise application.

    22 Jan. 03 14:29 Written by Paul Krill
  • Microsoft enhances three productivity apps

    Microsoft will release new tools Wednesday that are intended to help businesses get more bang for their buck with three of its productivity applications: FrontPage 2002, Project Standard 2002 and Visio 2002.

    22 Jan. 03 14:28 Written by James Niccolai
  • Microsoft releases SQL Server Service 2000 Pack 3

    Microsoft on Monday announced availability of SQL Server 2000 Service Pack 3, featuring a monitoring API, error reporting enhancements, and increased performance for Microsoft's server database. Fixes are included for analysis services, manageability, and replication as well.

    22 Jan. 03 11:47 Written by Paul Krill
  • Blended threats need an intelligent response, exec says

    IT security threats will become more widespread and sophisticated in 2003, and end users will have to lift their game in order to contain those threats, according to Piti Pramotedham, managing director, Asia South, for Computer Associates International Inc.

    22 Jan. 03 10:11 Written by David Legard
  • IDC: CIOs must encourage corporate IT culture

    Chief information officers (CIOs) who want to succeed at their jobs must see that an IT culture permeates their companies, according to Dane Anderson, vice president of consulting and research at IDC Asia-Pacific.

    22 Jan. 03 08:05 Written by David Legard
  • NetLedger unveils advanced CRM

    NetLedger, makers of the Oracle Small Business Suite, unveiled new advanced CRM features Monday in its NetCRM and NetSuite products designed to allow enterprises to more effectively run their front- and back-office operations.

    22 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Heather Havenstein.
  • Storage groups collaborate, ensure drive re-useability

    Two storage groups have announced a merged effort at the Server I/O conference in California this week, to allow next generation Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) drives to collaborate with Serial ATA (SATA) drives.

    22 Jan. 03 08:01 Written by Deni Connor
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