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  • MS details first .Net-based server

    During the opening keynote at Microsoft's Tech Ed developer conference in New Orleans, the company will announce that the first fully .Net-enabled server, Commerce Server 2002, has been released to manufacturing, according to company officials.

    08 April 02 08:07 Written by Ed Scannell
  • IT demand indicates modest recovery

    Despite a lift in demand for information technology executives, human resources consultancy EL Consult forecasts a modest "crescent-shaped" recovery for the second half of 2002.

    08 April 02 08:06 Written by Staff Writers
  • Compaq adds CommVault's Galaxy to SANworks software

    Adding to the growing number of bundled, mixed-vendor storage software products, Compaq Comptuer last week announced that CommVault Systems's Galaxy backup and recovery software is available with Compaq's SANworks storage software suites.

    08 April 02 08:05 Written by Dan Neel
  • Google finds itself in patent suit

    Pay-for-performance search company Overture Services, formally GoTo, said Friday that it filed suit against Google for allegedly infringing upon a patent related to the company's bid-for-placement products and search technologies.

    08 April 02 08:04 Written by Scarlet Pruitt
  • WorldCom wins defense contract from Global Crossing

    The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) awarded WorldCom a 10-year networking contract capped at US$450 million for defense research and engineering laboratories, the company announced Friday.

    08 April 02 08:02 Written by George A. Chidi Jr
  • US concerned about EU, Japan mobile carrier charges

    The U.S. has highlighted the wholesale rates charged by mobile carriers in the European Union and Japan as one of its chief areas of concern in the telecommunication sector, and said U.S. consumers could soon be losing billions of dollars per year in overcharging by foreign carriers.

    05 April 02 15:38 Written by Martyn Williams
  • France may relax rules on wireless LANs

    The French telecommunication regulator is examining ways to relax the rules governing wireless LANs, following a public consultation on use of the 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands.

    05 April 02 15:36 Written by Peter Sayer
  • NAB to make job cuts announcement on Monday

    The results of National Australian Bank's 'Positioning for Growth' program, which could see 6000 job cuts, will be announced Monday.

    05 April 02 14:09 Written by Lauren Thomsen-Moore
  • Telstra to expand CDMA coverage

    The Federal Government has selected Telstra to expand Australia's digital CDMA network coverage as part of an initiative to improve regional telecommunications services, Telstra announced in a statement today.

    05 April 02 14:04 Written by Nadia Cameron
  • Work starts on broadband backbone

    Work has begun on a Federal Government broadband backbone initiative linking more than 20 organisations in eastern Australian capital cities.

    05 April 02 14:01 Written by Staff Writers
  • Fujitsu nabs data centre in Exodus' wake

    In a multimillion dollar purchase, Fujitsu Australia has snapped up a high-end Internet data centre, from Exodus Communications.

    05 April 02 13:58 Written by Staff Writers
  • Charges to push Motorola into the red in 2002

    Motorola does not expect to turn a profit in 2002 because of special charges against its financial results, the company disclosed in a statement filed last week with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

    05 April 02 13:10 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • Microsoft brings developers deeper into its .NET

    An annual gathering next week for developers who build applications for Microsoft Corp.'s Windows operating systems will provide the chance for a closer look at a set of recently launched development tools designed to further the company's wide reaching .NET initiative.

    05 April 02 13:09 Written by Matt Berger
  • Compuware predicts 20 per cent revenue drop

    First it was layoffs and restructuring for global software and services vendor Compuware. Now, the company has unveiled more disappointing news: Preliminary revenue figures for its fourth quarter are expected to be $US400 million to $408 million, down more than $100 million from a year ago.

    05 April 02 10:55 Written by Todd R. Weiss
  • AOL deal will embed IM in sites, applications

    Users of Web portals, shared-interest sites, auction sites and corporate applications could see which participants are logged in to America Online's AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), and contact them, through a deal between AOL and PresenceWorks.

    05 April 02 09:16 Written by Stephen Lawson
  • Ford to use Microsoft Content Management Server

    Microsoft on Thursday announced that Ford Motor has signed a deal to use its Content Management Server 2001 as its content management solution for its Ford.com Web site.

    05 April 02 09:14 Written by Ed Scannell
  • Firm warns of NetWare security hole

    IT managers of NetWare 5.1 and NetWare 6 networks need to be aware of a vulnerability in the operating system that makes it subject to intrusions that could cause the system to crash.

    05 April 02 08:36 Written by Deni Connor
  • Apple acquires Zayante

    Apple Computer on Thursday announced it bought Zayante, a privately held FireWire technology design company, for an undisclosed sum.

    05 April 02 08:35 Written by George A. Chidi Jr
  • Campbell Soup to build portal, infrastructure on Java

    The Campbell Soup Co. has a multitude of intranet sites from which its sales force gets information, many of which are never used. Joe Brand is trying to change that.

    05 April 02 08:34 Written by Jennifer DiSabatino
  • The Continuum from Building to Buying your infrastructure

    It is clear that the benefits of converged infrastructure in the enterprise are manifold, from vastly simplifying IT operations; supporting burgeoning digital trends; driving innovation, to helping CIOs thrive in the digital economy.

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    As a member of the Dell Technologies unique family of businesses, Dell EMC serves a key role in providing the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect their most important asset, information.