IBM has just launched an analysis tool that it reckoned would help businesses find under-utilised x86 servers that could profitably be consolidated.
A war of words has broken out between the U.K. Government and the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee over a report in August that heavily criticized official inaction over Internet security.
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HP rolled out a set of services this week to help SAP users modernize and manage ERP systems.
After facing delisting on Nasdaq multiple times for failing to file earnings reports with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on time, Dell announced this week it is fully compliant with the stock exchange's listing requirements.
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Cisco this week announced an agreement to acquire Securent, a provider of policy management software for enterprises, for US$100 million. Securent is privately held and based in California. The company's distributed policy platform lets enterprises a...
Microsoft has pulled SharePoint Services 3.0 out of the upcoming Windows Server 2008 release and will revert to offering it as a separate download as was done in the past.The software will continue to be a free download, but users will have to instal...
Open source may have taken another step in becoming a considerable alternative to the old guard for enterprise routing.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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