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  • StorageTek, EDS extend $300M outsourcing deal

    Storage Technology (StorageTek) has decided to extend and expand an outsourcing contract with Electronic Data Systems (EDS) for 10 more years at a value of US$300 million, the companies announced Monday.

    03 April 02 15:27 Written by Juan Carlos Perez
  • Dell to detail enterprise strategy

    Dell Computer's relevance as a computer systems and IT service provider to the enterprise will be the focus of a series of product presentations and industry analyst meetings hosted here this week by the company.

    03 April 02 15:23 Written by Dan Neel
  • Business supremos stymie IT ROI

    Lack of responsibility and accountability at senior management level means the business benefits of IT investments go unrealised.

    03 April 02 12:36 Written by Kelly Mills
  • 3Com pushes Layer 4 switching to the wiring closet

    3Com this week released a new workgroup switch that could help IT shops interested in deploying Layer 4 traffic prioritization right now or in the near future.

    03 April 02 11:35 Written by Phil Hochmuth
  • Biometrics Institute launched

    Increased interest in the use of biometrics for security and authentication purposes has led to the establishment of an independent institute to oversee the use of personal information in Australia.

    03 April 02 11:09 Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore
  • Network Appliance looks to speed business apps

    Network Appliance souped up its storage products Tuesday with two new technologies designed to speed workers' access to data contained in software such as databases and CRM (customer relationship management) applications.

    03 April 02 11:03 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • Security tsar likely to safeguard against cyber terrorism

    Australia is set to appoint its very own cyber security tsar dedicated to protecting the nation from cyber terrorism. The nation may also introduce tax breaks that would stimulate IT security spending in the private sector.

    03 April 02 10:53 Written by Sandra Rossi
  • Gigabit Ethernet prices in free fall

    Inexpensive Gigabit Ethernet switches and network interface cards are flooding the market as vendors race to put 1000Base-T products in their portfolio.

    03 April 02 10:17 Written by Phil Hochmuth
  • Political party turns CRM on voters

    New Zealand political party Association of Consumers and Taxpayers (Act) is attempting to become more intelligent about its potential voters with a new customer relationship management system.

    03 April 02 08:30 Written by Andrea Malcolm
  • News analysis: The new McNealy?

    JavaOne was ahead of the curve in more ways than one this year. Last week's developer conference was forced out of its usual June slot in San Francisco's Moscone Center, throwing the timing of vendor upgrades out of whack. Attendance was down, and the show floor's aisles were wider to conceal the drop in vendor booths.

    03 April 02 08:19 Written by Steve Gillmor
  • Security researcher uncovers two Office XP flaws

    Two new security flaws in Microsoft Corp.'s Office XP productivity suite could be combined to allow attackers to take over a system, according to independent security researcher Georgi Guninski.

    03 April 02 08:00 Written by Sam Costello
  • IBM extends WebSphere to mobile devices

    Further extending the availability of its business applications beyond the desktop, IBM Corp. on Tuesday announced WebSphere Everyplace Access.

    03 April 02 07:55 Written by Joris Evers
  • Compuware to restructure global services operations

    Business software and professional services vendor Compuware Corp. is restructuring its business, closing some offices and laying off an undisclosed number of workers as part of a plan to shed unprofitable operations worldwide.

    03 April 02 07:49 Written by Todd R. Weiss
  • FTC announces results of Net fraud sweep

    The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced results from an international law enforcement sweep aimed at squashing deceptive spam and Internet fraud, reporting Tuesday that 63 cases have been brought against Net scams involving matters such as phony cancer cures and e-mail investment schemes in the last six months.

    03 April 02 07:48 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • 3Com switch lets companies upgrade features

    Growing businesses that are still considering whether to put voice and other new applications on their LANs can buy future flexibility with a switch unveiled Tuesday by 3Com Corp.

    03 April 02 07:48 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • Compaq offers Microsoft Exchange as utility

    Compaq Computer Corp. on Tuesday loaded another round into the chamber of its Computing on Demand initiative with the introduction of its Exchange on Demand service, which delivers Microsoft Corp.'s Exchange 2000 software as a utility.

    03 April 02 07:48 Written by Dan Neel
  • Grand Central boosts Web services network

    Grand Central Communications Inc. on Tuesday announced enhancements to its Web Services Network business-to-business communications service, boosting tools support and security.

    03 April 02 07:40 Written by Paul Krill
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