In its first major effort to reinvent itself as a software company, VA Linux Systems Inc. Tuesday unveiled a new version of its collaborative software, SourceForge 3.0 Enterprise Edition, which allows companies to build communities for managing internal development projects.
Fujitsu Technology Solutions Inc. (FTS) beefed up its midrange server line Tuesday, trying to tempt mid-sized businesses to choose the new PrimePower 650 and 850 products instead of more expensive high-end servers.
Still hurting from a tough economic climate and relatively slow IT spending, Cisco Systems saw a slight uptick in sales for the quarter ending Oct. 27, but overall revenue and profits were well below year-earlier numbers, the company reported after the Monday market close.
Conceding that Microsoft's .Net strategy may be confusing for IT managers and CIOs - and not amenable to 'the 30-second elevator pitch'- Microsoft CIO Rick Devenuti insists that the platform has potential to extend the life of large-scale enterprise applications.
Vodafone Australia is moving its front-end infrastructure to the new Windows XP operating system in the expectation the change will lower applications support and management costs at the desktop level while reducing total cost of ownership for its front-end IT network.
Oracle Corp. said Monday that it will ship the final version of its Oracle9i JDeveloper tool kit in December, promising to boost the performance of Java programs and offer a more integrated environment for developers working with emerging technologies like XML (Extensible Markup Language).
Innovative storage management software company CYA Technologies Inc. on Monday added both redundant fail over and browser-based management to its already revolutionary object-oriented storage technology.
The Australian IT sector is suffering further from global rationalisation of IT companies, the shaky international economy and the bunkering down of Australian organisations, survey results have shown.
Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore •
06 Nov. 01 08:07
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