Palm's announcement last week of a Treo smart phone that will run Windows Mobile provoked a debate among IT managers over whether Microsoft's operating system or Palm OS is the better choice for users.
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Computer Associates says it plans to roll out SAP's ERP software globally, partly to help meet the requirements of the deferred-prosecution deal CA reached with the US Department of Justice in September.
Novell said Friday that its new Open Enterprise Server (OES) product will ship in February 2005, about two months later than the company had announced at its March BrainShare user conference.
Computer Associates International Inc. CEO Sanjay Kumar and CA's former head of worldwide sales, Stephen Richards, have been indicted on charges of securities fraud conspiracy and obstruction of justice, federal prosecutors announced Wednesday afternoon.
Data center managers got their first real taste of an emerging protocol for managing servers Monday and Tuesday here at Enterprise Management World. And judging by initial impressions, Systems Management Architecture for Server Hardware (SMASH) was a smash hit.
Nortel Networks said on Tuesday that its net earnings in 2003 will be restated downward by 50 percent and net earnings based on continuing operations last year will be eliminated with the change.
Networking equipment provider 3Com Corp. Tuesday celebrated its 25th year in operations and the one-year anniversary of relocating its headquarters to Massachusetts.
North American carrier Sprint and the Swedish National Research and Education Network (Sunet) announced Friday that they have set a world record for transporting a large volume of data over a public network.
Looking to buttress its on-demand computing strategy, Hewlett-Packard this week plans to announce two OpenView management tools at a conference for users of its software products.
Users of the Ingres enterprise relational database heaped praise on Computer Associates International's plan to release the code for the database to the open-source community under a new licensing scheme.
Users of the Ingres enterprise relational database heaped praise on Computer Associates International Inc.'s plan to release the code for the database to the open-source community under a new licensing scheme.
Computer Associates International Inc. launched eTrust Managed Vulnerability Service Tuesday, a subscription-based service to help businesses detect vulnerabilities and fix them.
Computer Associates International Inc. introduced several products at CA World 2004 Monday, but it was the company's Wireless Site Management -- aimed at operating and securing enterprise Wireless LANs -- that drew the most attention from users. Customers lined up here for demonstrations of WSM, some saying they are eager to get a beta version of the software to help them further secure WLANs.
Several customers at CA World 2004 said Sunday that they are largely focused on how Computer Associates International Inc. will integrate its 1,200 different products and drive management automation -- not on the recent management shifts and ongoing government investigations of the software company.
At its annual user conference this week, Computer Associates International Inc. will announce an initial set of four management software modules that use the Sonar on-demand computing technology detailed by the company last July.