• IBM rolls out revamped iSeries

    IBM on Monday announced a makeover of its iSeries line of servers, rolling out new high-end Power 4-based systems with significantly different price changes and options, and making the servers more capable participants in its company's Computing On Demand initiative.

    21 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Ed Scannell
  • Sharp launches latest Transmeta notebooks

    Sharp has unveiled the latest in its line of low-power, light and slim notebook computers based on processors from Transmeta.

    21 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Martyn Williams
  • Borland to roll out J2EE testing tool

    Borland on Tuesday plans to announce Borland Optimizeit ServerTrace, providing component-level diagnostic capabilities for J2EE application development.

    21 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Paul Krill
  • IBM packages DB2 for Linux clusters

    IBM claims it will enable DB2 database software users to build Linux clusters on IBM servers more quickly and cheaply than before with a new package of hardware and software, the company announced Monday.

    21 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Tom Krazit
  • Oracle, EMC extend service offerings

    Oracle and EMC will announce two initiatives next week intended to make life easier for joint customers who use Oracle's database and business applications software, officials said last Friday.

    21 Jan. 03 07:37 Written by James Niccolai
  • Veritas to restate financial results

    Veritas Software will restate its results for fiscal years 2000 and 2001 as a result of an investigation into a deal the software maker made with AOL Time Warner Inc., the company has announced.

    21 Jan. 03 07:09 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • APPSWORLD - Oracle tempts users to upgrade with services

    Oracle will announce packaged service offerings at its AppsWorld show in San Diego this week designed to make it easier for companies to use its E-Business Suite 11i, part of an ongoing effort to encourage more of its customers to upgrade to the software.

    20 Jan. 03 12:27 Written by James Niccolai
  • OASIS to preview business document XML system

    OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) next week plans to preview a pre-released version of Universal Business Language (UBL), a standard library of XML-based business documents such as purchase orders and invoices that can be used for transacting e-business, an OASIS official said Friday.

    20 Jan. 03 11:07 Written by Paul Krill.
  • Unisys names new MD

    Unisys has appointed Andrew Barkla as managing director of Unisys Australia and New Zealand.

    20 Jan. 03 09:17 Written by Staff Writers
  • PostgreSQL affiliates .ORG domain

    PostgreSQL developers and advocates notched up a significant win for the open source database following the successful transition this month of the .ORG domain registry to the object-relational management system.

    20 Jan. 03 08:06 Written by Nadia Cameron
  • Vendors pump up Web conferencing

    Several leading Web conferencing vendors are rolling out new or revised products in response to what they see as the technology's evolution from ad hoc departmental use to strategic, enterprise application deployments.

    20 Jan. 03 08:03 Written by John Fontana
  • Will new filters save us from spam?

    The roughly 500 programmers, researchers, hackers and IT administrators gathered in a chilly classroom on the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Friday aren't just looking to slow the relentless onslaught of spam -- they want to completely destroy its business model.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • Judge orders NAI to revamp license agreement

    A New York judge has ordered Network Associates Inc. (NAI) to stop placing restrictions on what its customers can say about its products.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Linda Rosencrance
  • Oracle to unwrap 9i portal enhancements

    Next week at its AppsWorld show in San Diego, Oracle plans to announce the availability of new portal features in its Oracle 9i Application Server designed to simplify portlet creation for business users. Portlets are a programming model used to deliver pieces of content or applications into an enterprise portal framework.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Cathleen Moore
  • HP demos grid computing app

    Hewlett-Packard this week demonstrated new software that potentially could let corporate users take advantage of grid computing to run business applications. But a lot more pieces need to fall into place before that becomes a reality, HP and analysts said.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Jaikumar Vijayan.
  • Gates upbeat about technology's future

    Bill Gates, Microsoft's chairman and chief software architect, preached an upbeat vision of technology in a keynote speech on Friday evening.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Paul Krill
  • Microsoft sizes up the penguin

    A sign that the IT industry has taken notice of Linux is that for the second year in a row the world's biggest software firm (and Linux antagonist) will have a booth at LinuxWorld.

    20 Jan. 03 08:00 Written by Phil Hochmuth
  • Wireless LANs to get switch support

    A pack of startups in the US is racing to create a new generation of wireless LANs based on wiring-closet devices that connect to wired backbones and control up to hundreds of access points and thousands of end users.

    20 Jan. 03 07:59 Written by John Cox
  • Be sure your IT workers are Linux-qualified

    Like a 1960s hippie who now wears a conservative business suit and works for a big investment firm, Linux has matured from a cult-embraced operating system to a real-world, cost-saving option for business.

    17 Jan. 03 16:30 Written by Todd R. Weiss
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