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  • BindView, Procinct release security services

    The Black Hat security conference being held in Las Vegas does not normally feature many new product announcements, but BindView Corp. and Procinct Security Corp. are bucking that trend, with each company announcing a new Web-based security service.

    02 Aug. 02 07:55 Written by Sam Costello
  • Former WorldCom executives face criminal charges

    Former WorldCom Inc. executives Scott Sullivan and David Myers are "no better than common thieves" and "will meet the judgment they fear and the punishment they deserve," U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said at a press conference Thursday afternoon soon after the two were arraigned in a Manhattan federal court.

    02 Aug. 02 07:51 Written by Nancy Weil
  • Rick Belluzzo to join Quantum as CEO

    Rick Belluzzo will take over as chief executive officer (CEO) of data storage systems company Quantum Corp. on Sept. 3, replacing outgoing CEO Michael Brown, the company said Thursday in a statement.

    02 Aug. 02 07:35 Written by Martyn Williams
  • Prophecy scores plum IBM deal

    South Australian software developer Prophecy International Pty. Ltd. will be the first ISV (independent software vendor) to have its tools distributed globally to IBM Corp.'s channel partners under Big Blue's IPASS program.

    02 Aug. 02 07:00 Written by Brett Winterford
  • Sprint faces anti-spam class action lawsuit

    A law firm from Salt Lake City, Utah, has filed a class action suit against Sprint Corp. on behalf of Utah residents, saying they have received unsolicited e-mails, or spam, from the company since US anti-spam legislation came into force.

    02 Aug. 02 07:00 Written by Gillian Law
  • Zeosoft and IBM team up

    Zeosoft Corp. will integrate IBM Corp.'s DB2 Everyplace relational database into its ZeoSphere Server, a Java-based application server that resides on mobile devices.

    02 Aug. 02 04:14 Written by JavaWorld staff
  • Security takes hold in boardrooms

    Now that security is the legal responsibility of boardroom directors it is a whole new ball game for IT.

    01 Aug. 02 11:24 Written by Siobhan Chapman
  • IT pros reject US-style background checks

    Australia's IT industry has rejected adopting moves in the US to run background checks on private sector IT employees.

    01 Aug. 02 10:56 Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore
  • MPs give e-lobbying thumbs down

    E-campaigning, when voter or protest groups embark on mass e-mail campaigns to their MPs, has been slammed as an ineffective, network-damaging political tool.

    01 Aug. 02 10:52 Written by Sandra Rossi and Laura Rohde
  • Sysadmin Appreciation Day barely nets a ripple

    Throw out that flat champagne and the beer, clean the cake crumbs from the IT shop floor and get back to work, sysadmins, your 'day' is over.

    01 Aug. 02 10:39 Written by Siobhan Chapman
  • Monash names billing system supplier

    Melbourne-based Monash University has awarded a $250,000 contract for its new-generation network billing system, which is expected to save $250,000 annually.

    01 Aug. 02 10:05 Written by Kelly Mills
  • WatchGuard announces Q2 results

    Internet security solutions provider, WatchGuard Technologies, announced its financial results yesterday for the second quarter, ended June 30, 2002.

    01 Aug. 02 09:16 Written by Staff Writers
  • IBM's PwC purchase a smart strategic move, analysts say

    IBM's $US3.5 billion buyout of PwC Consulting is a smart move for both companies and is likely to push IBM's already market-leading IT services organisation further ahead of competitors, industry analysts said on Wednesday.

    01 Aug. 02 09:00 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • Fixing app performance woes

    With an eye toward helping customers manage distributed, Web-based application performance, Panacya Inc. this week updated its flagship application management software with Web services technology support.

    01 Aug. 02 08:56 Written by Denise Dubie
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