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  • Siemens silences Unisphere

    In an effort to round out its packet voice switching portfolio, Siemens AG has absorbed the voice division of Unisphere Networks Inc., a company funded by Siemens three years ago.

    03 May 02 08:06 Written by Tim Greene
  • ProActivity launches new business process analysis platform

    ProActivity will announce general availability of its new business process analysis platform next week featuring new XML export capabilities to support Web services and the integration of data into business process management systems.

    03 May 02 08:04 Written by Heather Harreld
  • IBM welds OLAP, data mining

    Continuing the trend of packing more business intelligence functionality into the database, IBM on Thursday announced it has released DB2 OLAP Server 8.1.

    03 May 02 08:03 Written by Tom Sullivan
  • Tibco rolls out new integration platform

    Tibco Software on Monday will announce its new business integration software product line designed to secure Web services transactions while easing integration challenges associated with linking partners to enterprise systems.

    03 May 02 08:01 Written by Heather Harreld
  • IBM bolsters eLiza

    IBM on Thursday marked the one-year anniversary of its Project eLiza -- an initiative to stitch self-managing, self-healing capabilities into its servers -- by taking the wraps off several new technologies that make servers more intelligent in the way they automate infrastructure-level functions across an enterprise.

    03 May 02 07:59 Written by Ed Scannell
  • CERT: Sun Solaris hole requires patch

    Hackers can potentially exploit a format string vulnerability in remote wall requests in order to execute arbitrary code in Solaris, Sun Microsystems's version of the Unix operating system, security experts have warned.

    03 May 02 07:55 Written by Laura Rohde
  • Servers converge as part of Unisys strategy

    With three new releases, Unisys is building on efforts to migrate users of its two proprietary mainframe lines to a common architecture based on Intel and Windows technologies.

    03 May 02 07:55 Written by Jaikumar Vijayan
  • Micron calls it quits over Hynix

    Micron Technology is walking away from further negotiations with Hynix Semiconductor after a deal between the two collapsed earlier this week.

    03 May 02 07:51 Written by Martyn Williams
  • Recruiters endorse HR-XML proposal

    Micron Technology is walking away from further negotiations with Hynix Semiconductor after a deal between the two collapsed earlier this week.

    03 May 02 07:51 Written by Martyn Williams
  • BackWeb pushes proactive portals

    Aiming to make corporate portals more effective, BackWeb Technologies Ltd. this week rolled out an updated version of its technology designed to provide offline access to portal content.

    03 May 02 07:48 Written by Cathleen Moore
  • Gartner: Attacks exploit user security indifference

    The vast majority of successful attacks on computer systems exploit security weaknesses which are well known and for which patches exist, according to research company Gartner.

    02 May 02 14:28 Written by David Legard
  • HP pulls plug on worldwide developer show

    Hewlett-Packard has pulled the plug on its worldwide developer conference scheduled to take place in Las Vegas at the end of this month.

    02 May 02 14:14 Written by James Niccolai
  • USi guarantees application security

    Application service provider USinternetworking on Wednesday took aim at businesses still reluctant to use ASPs because of security concerns by expanding its service-level agreements to guarantee that applications and data hosted by the company would be secure.

    02 May 02 14:13 Written by Jennifer Mears
  • Storage Performance Council rolls out benchmark

    THE SPC (Storage Performance Council) on Wednesday rolled out some of the first vendor results from its SPC Benchmark 1 (SPC-1), a newly defined metric for determining the performance of storage sub-systems.

    02 May 02 14:11 Written by Dan Neel
  • Panel: Broadband users won't be boxed in

    Concentrating on a "one-stop" broadband solution for businesses has hindered the uptake of the high-speed service in Australia, industry leaders say.

    02 May 02 12:16 Written by Nadia Cameron
  • HP/COMPAQ: Vote tally is official; deal set to close

    Hewlett-Packard announced the official shareholder vote totals Wednesday for its acquisition of Compaq Computer, reaching one of the final milestones in the troubled deal and clearing the way for the merged company to officially launch next week.

    02 May 02 10:42 Written by Ashlee Vance
  • Vigilance offers tailored supply chain management tools

    Supply-chain software developer Vigilance is releasing Wednesday three packaged versions of its event-management software, intended to offer customers tools that can be implemented rapidly.

    02 May 02 08:30 Written by Stacy Cowley
  • Gartner: MS licensing could push users to StarOffice

    End user unrest over Microsoft's enterprise licensing plan may prompt some companies to move from Microsoft Office suite to rival Sun Microsystems's personal productivity suite, StarOffice, predicts Gartner.

    02 May 02 08:26 Written by Patrick Thibodeau
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