Directory assistance services for millions of Internet users were upgraded with several new features Tuesday as America Online Inc. (AOL) debuted the newest version of AOL Yellow Pages across the various brands of its parent company, AOL Time Warner Inc. (AOLTW)
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For the second time this year, Ipswitch Inc. has updated its flagship network monitoring software product WhatsUp Gold, which the company says provides smaller networks with a lower-cost and simpler to install alternative to Hewlett-Packard Co.'s (HP's) OpenView and Computer Associates International Inc.'s (CA's) Unicenter.
Three new products emerged from NEC Computers Inc. Tuesday, as the company expanded its fault-tolerant server offerings, released a new midrange server, and provided users with some extra storage room.
Infonet Services unveiled plans to open satellite offices in Australia and England Thursday, bringing a centralized base of operations for its Infonet Consulting business unit overseas for the first time.
While Palm Inc. maintains a healthy lead in the handheld operating system market, analysts at market researcher International Data Corp. (IDC) say Microsoft Corp.'s new PocketPC operating system has a better chance of finding acceptance among business users, according to a new study released Tuesday.
Companies looking for alternatives to Microsoft's Office software suite can now beta test Sun Microsystems Inc.'s StarOffice Version 6.0, Sun said Tuesday in a statement.
Compaq Computer unveiled four new products within its Evo family of business PCs Tuesday, and announced plans for leasing the products through its Access on Demand service packages.
Ramifications from the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11 continue to ripple through the business world this week, as the online travel company Priceline.com Inc. reported a 40 percent drop in bookings Monday, and a 35 percent drop Tuesday.
Despite the demise of many popular online destinations, and what often appears to be a daily parade of security alerts, U.S. Internet use continues to rise, according to a new study released by Dataquest, a division of Gartner.
NetQoS Inc. will announce on Monday a product designed to monitor the performance of enterprise applications.
Companies will soon have another tool to protect the nerve center of their operations when Phonetics Inc. unveils its new network monitoring system at the Networld+Interop Atlanta trade show next month, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
Motorola, in collaboration with Think Outside Inc., has released a full-size portable keyboard for wireless phones, the companies announced in a joint statement Monday.
The latest release of SAP AG's sales force automation software package will feature enhanced alert and monitoring capabilities in its push technology.
Nortel Networks and Microsoft announced on Tuesday they are selling a bundle of products and services to managed service providers (MSPs) interested in linking their data centers to improve the availability and reliability of their offerings.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Wednesday unveiled an ambitious plan for making nearly all of its course materials available online to the general public over the next 10 years.