Sea Change: On Location With the Navy
Back home, four active and retired U.S. Navy personnel are engaged in an administrative battle to change the way sailors learn to handle these new threats, with training and collaborative
Intel Combats Leakage
At a technical conference in Tokyo in early November, Intel said it has identified a new insulator that could be used in PCs, servers, and handheld computers
Is the 'Bust' Over For AMD?
Boom and bust cycles have long been a way of life for Advanced Micro Devices Inc. Mired in a bust cycle for several quarters, the semiconductor company is threatening to
Here Comes The Opteron Sun
Sun Microsystems is close to unveiling a major effort to market a family of powerful 64-bit machines based on Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor.
IBM-HP Rivalry Heats Up
As Hewlett-Packard tries to challenge IBM's lead in corporate computing, IBM is taking no chances.
Microsoft Ships SMS 2003
Microsoft on Tuesday shipped the newest version of its enterprise-management software, Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003.
Dell Teams With Microsoft On Server Management
Dell unveiled three server-management tools that mesh with Microsoft's own management software, including the just-released Systems Management Server 2003, the Round Rock, Texas-based PC maker announced in mid-November.
IBM Updates DB2 Everyplace
The latest version of IBM's DB2 Everyplace database offers better synchronization to all sorts of devices and new interfaces for Microsoft's .Net Framework and .Net Compact framework, IBM said.
Dell Racks Up The Revenue
Dell's third quarter growth continued unabated across virtually every market in which the company has products.
Linux May Not Lead to Savings
Linux, the open source technology, has traditionally made sense for cash-strapped businesses with huge expense problems and those that are already running lean and looking to save more. But a
Server Shipments Soar
Server shipments soared 21 percent in the third quarter compared to 2002, according to numbers from research firm Gartner.
Novell's Time has Come
Why expect Novell to succeed with Linux? For starters, it's at the cusp of the uptake curve, not a year or three behind it.
This Edition: Sun offers SunONE Application Server at no charge to developers.
This Edition: Which Security Certifications will help you get ahead?
Security For Hire
Microsoft offers reward money for computer virus investigators. But is it a smokescreen for its own security issues?
IT Portfolio Management
IT portfolio-management products can help you focus your department and tie each investment to the company's goals.
Akamai's Got Your Network
Leveraging Akamai's widely deployed network presence without a lot of heavy lifting on the front end is smart.