Computer Associates and Advanced Micro Solutions have announced plans to begin offering next month free downloads from their Web sites of a jointly developed stand-alone desktop version of CA's Unicenter TNG.
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Azurix Corp., an international water company, is hoping to use its new Web site - www.water2water.com - to tap into what it estimates is a $3 billion water trading market in the western U.S.
A new licensing structure from software maker Ganymede Software Inc. will make it easier and cheaper for systems managers to try application monitoring.
A tiny dot-com and a major insurance company faced radically different network problems:One needed to keep online customers satisfied -- by not waiting -- during the busy holiday season. The other needed to make sure his ASP delivered what it promised. Both used application-monitoring tools to resolve potential problems.
About the only thing worse than poor application performance is being responsible for causing poor application performance.
Even users of network and application-monitoring tools produced by companies other than Concord Communications Inc. and FirstSense Software Inc. could be hit by a ripple effect from Concord's acquisition of FirstSense, announced last week.
Information technology managers hope the total is greater than the sum of the parts in the acquisition of FirstSense Software Inc. by Concord Communications Inc.
The Common Information Model Object Manager, a new application in the Formula electronic-business management suite from Managed Object Solutions Inc. in Fairfax, Va., will let managers take advantage of the Common Information Model (CIM) to simplify systems management.
In a move welcomed by its OS/390 users, Tivoli Systems last week announced that parent company IBM will buy object-oriented management software maker Accessible Software. Tivoli plans to integrate Accessible's Access 1 management tool into the Tivoli Management Environment (TME).
Cross eBay with a free computer support Web site, throw in a diagnostic probe and reporting tool, and what you'd get would look a lot like NoWonder.com.
Over U.S. skies Dec. 31, 1999, the Y2K elephant strained and brought forth not so much as a gnat.
A call to a programming library that was not Y2K-ready was the culprit in a court mailing that ordered about 500 Philadelphians to report for jury duty January 3, 1900, said a city official.
Computer Associates International and IBM recently announced a unified front in pricing, software-package development and support for the IBM OS/390 platform meant to appeal to mainframe users who are developing e-commerce applications.
BMC Software has staked its claim in the burgeoning e-commerce market, announcing forthcoming versions of its flagship products and services tailored to e-business processes on back-office operations.
Computer Associates International Inc. and IBM today announced a collaboration in pricing, software-package development and support for the IBM OS/390 platform.