GlassHouse Appoints VP
GlassHouse extends global sales efforts with new senior vice president of worldwide sales
Shavlik Picked by FDIC
Shavlik selected by FDIC for compliance solution to simplify FISMA reporting requirements
Isilon Doubles Base
Leading analyst firm's new user survey reports clustered storage among top storage technologies to be adopted in next 12 months
BMC Releases System
BMC ProactiveNet Analytics protects customers with critical IT 'early warning system'
OpenService Gets Ready
OpenService's InfoCenter enterprise information and event management software achieves Red Hat Ready certification
HP Announces Software
HP announces new software and services to fully automate the management of business services
Ipreo Acquires NSIGHT
NSIGHT's best-of-breed CRM software to enhance Ipreo's Investor Relationship Management platform
ModernETH Opens in Addis Ababa
Manny Amare, president and co-founder of Altour Management Technology, announced the launch of ModernETH, based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Wellmont Health Uses EMC
Wellmont Health System slashes radiologists' access time to critical images from 30 minutes to seconds with EMC information infrastructure
Is The iPhone Enterprise Ready?
The discussion as to whether or not the iPhone is ready to be brought within the walls of the enterprise has heated up again in recent weeks. First, Apple announced the forthcoming release of its software developers' kit, which is...
Will Sun Shine Again?
Sun appears to be just dripping with innovation, openness and a willingness to partner. Unfortunately, innovation hasn't equated to sales. Can the company rebound?
Hanging Up on Mobile AV
If mobile malware and crimeware really begin to plauge the U.S., the carriers will likely step in and make security features such as Web site filtering and mobile phone malware
Reports Of E-Mail's Death Are Exaggerated
It's safe to say that once the online magazine Slate writes about a tech trend, that trend is either over or rapidly becoming passé. So it is with last week's story, "The Death of Email." The notion that e-mail, shoved aside by more youthful and immediate forms of communicating such as IM, text messaging, and Twitter, is going the way of the fax machine has been around for some time.