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  • Mercury debuts tuning software

    Mercury Interactive Corp. next week will introduce network tuning software that enterprise network managers can use to track down the source of performance problems across their networks.

    22 July 02 08:20 Written by Denise Dubie
  • Group may change name of 802.11 certification

    The Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance (WECA) is discussing the possibility of changing the name it gives to 802.11a wireless networking products that it certifies to be compatible.

    22 July 02 08:14 Written by Sam Costello
  • Reports: WorldCom could soon seek bankruptcy protection

    U.S. carrier WorldCom is planning to file for bankruptcy protection in the coming days, according to reports in the online editions of The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times on Friday.

    22 July 02 08:11 Written by Joris Evers
  • RPR standard, products progress

    Products compliant with the IEEE 802.17 Resilient Packet Ring standard are expected to be developed in earnest shortly after Christmas, according to officials of the RPR Alliance, a body charged with promoting and educating the public on the standard.

    22 July 02 08:06 Written by Jim Duffy
  • Sun shares slammed on news of expected Q1 loss

    Shares of Sun Microsystems Inc. plummeted on Friday as investors reacted to news that the company expects to post a loss in its first fiscal quarter of 2003.

    22 July 02 08:00 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • IBM shows new Intel server, helps solve cable chaos

    IBM Corp. announced an addition Friday to the low end of its Intel Corp.-based server line, along with a new cabling technology designed to help users who manage large numbers of rack-mounted servers.

    22 July 02 07:59 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • Shareholder claims AOL misrepresented ad revenue

    A New York law firm has filed suit against AOL Time Warner Inc. (AOLTW) on behalf of shareholders, claiming the company misstated and artificially inflated revenue from online advertising.

    22 July 02 07:57 Written by Cara Garretson
  • Roller coaster

    Two research firms expect the market for routers and switches to grow significantly between 2002 and 2006.

    22 July 02 07:52 Written by Jim Duffy
  • Microsoft says SharePoint license sales spiked in June

    Microsoft Corp. said it sold more than 2 million end-user licenses for its SharePoint Portal Server last month, a dramatic rise in the number of seats purchased for the Web-based collaboration software. In the previous 12 months, according to Microsoft, it sold 5 million SharePoint licenses.

    22 July 02 07:52 Written by Jennifer DiSabatino
  • Sybase posts Q2 profit despite weak sales

    Database vendor Sybase Inc. posted a profit for its second quarter due in large part to its cost-cutting measures of the past year.

    22 July 02 07:50 Written by Laura Rohde
  • New Zealand Internet rating system eyed worldwide

    Red Sheriff has already heard from other countries interested in the new Internet ratings scheme that it will be providing along with Phoenix Research, says Philip Whinnen, vice president of Red Sheriff south Asia.

    22 July 02 07:47 Written by Paul Brislen
  • Google, Ask Jeeves sign $100 million deal

    Internet search engine companies Google Inc. and Ask Jeeves Inc. have partnered to provide Google's paid listings on Ask Jeeves' Web sites.

    22 July 02 07:42 Written by Laura Rohde
  • Wireless carrier Orange kicks off Mass. R&D center

    European wireless carrier Orange SA yesterday officially opened a research and development center in Cambridge, Mass., designed to explore emerging wireless technologies for businesses and consumers.

    22 July 02 07:38 Written by Matt Hamblen
  • MetaMatrix zeros in on Web services

    MetaMatrix ON MONDAY will issue the beta release of Version 3.0 of its data integration solution, with added support for SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and XML modeling technology to help modernize existing data assets for Web services and XML formats.

    22 July 02 07:34 Written by Carolyn A. April
  • Health dept not privacy compliant: Audit

    One of Australia's largest agencies, the Department of Health and Ageing has still not developed policy guidelines to comply with the information privacy principles of the Privacy Act.

    22 July 02 07:14 Written by Sandra Rossi
  • Gates updates customers on Trustworthy Computing

    Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates sent an e-mail to some Microsoft customers Friday updating them on the company's Trustworthy Computing initiative and reminding them that they too have a significant role to play in securing their computer systems.

    22 July 02 06:37 Written by Sam Costello
  • Giga gives thumbs-up to IBM blades

    Analyst firm Giga Information Group has given high marks to IBM's upcoming blade servers. The firm says IBM's eServer BladeCenter, codenamed Xcalibur, is slightly ahead of the blades that Dell and Compaq will deliver this year.

    19 July 02 14:36 Written by Deni Connor
  • PC sales still slow, Dell closes in on new HP

    PC sales declined for the fifth quarter in a row, dashing hopes for a speedy recovery in computer sales, according to data published Thursday by two research companies.

    19 July 02 10:30 Written by Ashlee Vance
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