Stories by Carly Suppa

FTC goes after 45 alleged spammers, Net scammers

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and several other law enforcement agencies have filed 45 civil and criminal actions against alleged Web scammers and deceptive spammers, and have kicked off an initiative to close the open relays that allow spammers to evade filters.

SCO Group brings Web services to SMBs

The SCO Group on Wednesday unveiled a new technology framework that it said will enable the development and delivery of Web services applications for the small and medium-size business (SMB) market.

Avaya extends functions to remote workers

Already knee-deep in the Internet Protocol (IP) telephony and converged network world, Avaya announced Monday it has extended its capabilities to the branch office/remote worker to increase collaboration between connected and disconnected employees.

Coders compete in Hollywood challenge

The red carpet may be rolled up, but Hollywood was still buzzing Tuesday as students from around the world gathered to flex their brain power at the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) World Finals.

Microsoft, Novell fight for throne

Once upon a time, Novell Inc. was living the high life: its NetWare OS was the platform of choice and its NDS directory services arm held a steady market lead.

To InfiniBand and beyond, cry firms

Widely deployed interconnect technologies such as Ethernet and iSCSI may have some stiff competition from a new, faster and heftier networking protocol that has begun to make waves in the industry.