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HP raises estimates for Q1

Higher than expected sales of desktop PCs, printers, scanners and digital cameras have prompted Hewlett-Packard to increase its previous earnings estimates for the first fiscal quarter that ended January 31.

CA heeds customer calls for Linux IT answers

Two years ago, just five of his 100 largest enterprise customers were asking Sanjay Kumar, president and CEO of software and services vendor Computer Associates International Inc., questions about the then-emerging Linux operating system within their...

LINUXWORLD: More services aimed at businesses

Last year's LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in New York was a time for major vendors like IBM and Hewlett-Packard to debut new hardware offerings running various flavors of the Linux open-source operating system.

Hacker explains recent exploits inside WorldCom network

A 20-year-old computer hacker who last weekend alerted telecommunications giant WorldCom Inc. about security holes he uncovered inside the company's network said he enters corporate Web sites without permission to satisfy his curiosity.

WorldCom security hole fixed with help of hacker

Telecommunications giant WorldCom Inc. today confirmed that a computer hacker recently alerted the company to a security hole in its network that apparently left customer networks vulnerable to intruders.

US ATTACK: News sites simplified

Some major media organizations simplified their Web sites today in order to reduce bandwidth needs and lighten their server workloads, after many of the sites were overloaded by the crush of traffic from Internet users seeking updates on the apparent...

HP/Compaq merger: whither Linux?

Until now, competitors Compaq Computer Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. have had separate strategies for the continued use of the Linux operating system in their products and services. So what happens if the proposed merger (see story) of the two compan...

Economy's losses could mean gains for Linux market

What effects could outside forces, including the sluggish U.S. economy and costly software licensing changes proposed by Microsoft Corp., have on the future of Linux? At the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo here last week, users said they're watching tho...

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