Canadian software company Corel Corp. is cutting 9 percent of its staff, or 66 people, to reflect its expected revenue performance, it said Friday.
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SAS Institute Inc. rolled out enhancements to a handful of products at its SAS European Users Group International conference in Vienna, Austria, last week, and announced an acquisition designed to help it provide better risk management software for the financial services industry.
The market for Linux-based servers will triple in volume and double in value by 2007, according to research by IDC released Monday.
A long-running court case between Apple Computer Inc. and The Open Group will continue into next year after the two companies asked that the time for negotiations be extended.
Unilever NV is rolling out a new Web-based system to improve communication with customers, suppliers and internal departments, it said Thursday.
SAP AG has upgraded its Web Application Server to support J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) Version 1.3 and introduced a new Java development environment, it said Tuesday at the JavaOne developer conference in San Francisco.
Cap Gemini Ernst & Young BV (CGEY) and Oracle have agreed to jointly promote Oracle 9i Application Server and Database solutions internationally, the companies said Thursday.
John in marketing went out on Saturday and spent his bonus on a shiny new handheld computer. He has spent the weekend playing with it, and now he's trying to install the handeld's back-up software on his work PC.
Sprint is to change its entire circuit-switched telephone network to packet technology in an attempt to keep up with customer demand for capacity, it announced Tuesday.
Worldwide revenue from new licences of RDBMSs (relational database management systems) fell 6.9 per cent last year, to $6.6 billion, according to analyst group Gartner.
Microsoft Corp. upgraded its embedded operating system for automobiles on Monday, adding support for wireless networks such as Bluetooth and IEEE802.11.
IBM Corp. launched its ninth Linux competency centre Tuesday, a financial services-focused center based at IBM's offices in London.
Europe's largest software company, SAP AG, saw its income and profits rise in the first quarter of 2003, in contrast to profit warnings from its U.S. competitors.
Oracle Corp. has launched a support and marketing program to encourage ISVs (independent software vendors) to develop Linux-based Oracle applications.
Adobe Systems Inc. is integrating its Internet form creation software with IBM Corp.'s DB2 Content Manager.