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  • US ATTACK: IT operations were hit in Pentagon attack

    The Pentagon has placed an emergency order for desktop and workstation security equipment in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attack that destroyed several classified communications and technical help desk centers.

  • US ATTACK: AT&T working to reconnect customers affected by attack

    AT&T Network Services executives said the company is working around the clock to restore services to customers affected by the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

  • McAfee ASaP inks two managed security services deals

    McAfee ASaP, the managed security services division of Network Associates Inc., said Wednesday that it has added two companies, Watchguard Technologies Inc. and Future Com Ltd., to its partners that resell McAfee ASaP services and products.

  • US ATTACK: Bookings down, recovery expected

    Ramifications from the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 continue to ripple through the business world this week, as the online travel company Inc. reported a 40 percent drop in bookings Monday, and a 35 percent drop Tuesday.

  • Former Dell CTO joins storage management company

    Karl Schubert, former vice president and chief technology officer at Dell Computer Corp., has joined start-up storage management firm Zambeel Inc. as senior vice president of engineering.

  • Linux vendor Red Hat suffers Q2 loss of $55.3 million

    The red ink continues for Linux market leader Red Hat Inc., which yesterday reported net losses of US$55.3 million for the second fiscal quarter ended Aug. 31.

  • US ATTACK: companies offer tech help, equipment

    Various IT companies are donating technical assistance and equipment to businesses affected by last week's terrorist attacks on New York's World Trade Center and the Pentagon near Washington, D.C.

  • Registry extends deadline for .biz domains

    Due to the terrorist attacks in the U.S. last week, NeuLevel Inc., the company responsible for assigning and controlling the registration of the upcoming .biz Top Level Domain (TLD), has extended by one week its deadline for .biz domain name applications.

  • EU approves Hitachi, LG disc drive JV

    The European Commission has given its consent to a joint venture between Hitachi Ltd. of Japan and LG Electronics Inc. of South Korea, arguing that the combine will face stiff competition from competitors.

  • Nimda worm wriggles throughout Asia

    Most of Asia has been put on worm alert as W32.Nimda, a mass-mailing worm, greeted users Wednesday morning by infecting their address books, computers and servers.

  • US ATTACK: Hacker cracks Islamist mailing list

    A hacker has cracked a German-based Islamist Web site, publishing on the Web hundreds of e-mail addresses of subscribers to its mailing list, including one of a suspect in last week's terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York.

  • Unix/Linux vendor Caldera restructuring to cut costs

    Unix and Linux software vendor Caldera International Inc. is laying off 51 workers and streamlining its operations as it fights to stay alive in a tough market.

  • US ATTACK: Staying connected in a postattack IT world

    During last week's tragic attacks in New York and Washington, mobile workers across the nation found themselves scrambling to make cellular connections work or scurrying to find new, inventive ways to get desktop work done on laptops or on handhelds equipped with e-mail.

  • HP debuts midrange Unix server

    Hewlett-Packard Co. Tuesday took the wraps off a new 16-way, midrange server built around the company's own flavor of the Unix operating system.

  • Dell readies new workstation

    Dell Computer Corp. started shipping a new workstation Tuesday, offering customers working with complex financial applications or graphics intensive programs a small but powerful system.

  • Red Hat reports loss, revenue slips

    Linux software maker Red Hat Inc. Tuesday reported a break-even quarter in terms of adjusted earnings per share as revenue slipped 15 percent from the same quarter a year ago in the midst of a slower market for corporate software.

  • US ATTACK: US markets knocked down again

    From a slight morning surge to an afternoon slide, U.S. markets experienced choppy trading Tuesday, closing down as recession fears managed once again to rattle investors. The losses weren't as severe as those posted Monday, however, when most major indices took a tumble in their first day of trading since the devastating terrorist attacks launched against the U.S. a week ago today.

  • Toshiba to roll out Bluetooth notebooks

    Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. is set for a Thursday roll out of two notebooks with integrated Bluetooth capabilities aimed at traveling business users.

  • W3C recommends online accessibility guidelines

    The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has issued recommendations to ensure that the Internet is accessible to people with disabilities.

  • IBM preps WebSphere Commerce Business Edition

    IBM Corp. detailed Tuesday features of its upcoming WebSphere Commerce Business Edition Version 5.1, a software tool for business-to-business e-commerce transactions.

  • CIOs are finding agility through cloud-based communications

    Companies grappling with new customer expectations turn to Communication-as-a-Service model (CaaS) for a more agile, cloud-based omnichannel experience.

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