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  • IBM automates Web development

    By Ed Scannell | 18 August, 2003 12:02

    IBM is rolling out a series of tools that reportedly relieve programmers from some of the menial work associated with Web development, freeing them to focus on building, deploying, and testing applications and Web sites in an on-demand fashion.

  • AMD's Opteron faces uphill battle

    By Patrick Thibodeau | 18 August, 2003 12:00

    Advanced Micro Devices' 64-bit Opteron processor, a potential competitor to Intel's Itanium, isn't getting a particularly warm welcome at the big end of town.

  • Blaster worm attack a lemon

    By Paul Roberts | 18 August, 2003 12:00

    A scheduled denial of service attack against Microsoft's main software update Web site did not materialise on Saturday, as computers infected with the W32.Blaster worm failed to find their target.

  • Thermaltake opens Australian office

    By Gerard Norsa | 18 August, 2003 12:00

    Taiwanese accessories company, Thermaltake, has opened an Australian office and is looking to significantly grow its channel partnerships and sales in Australia.

  • HP buys VAR Extreme Logic

    By Staff Writers | 18 August, 2003 12:00

    HP signed a definitive agreement to buy a consulting company that specialises in designing and implementing systems and applications based on Microsoft's .Net architecture for Web services.

  • Cisco: Three's a crowd

    By Brett Winterford | 18 August, 2003 07:30

    Networking vendor, Cisco Systems, is to cull one of its three distributors at the completion of a review process in October.

  • Q2 shipments, revenue, net income all up at Dell

    By Tom Krazit | 18 August, 2003 07:30

    Dell's second-quarter results have again set company records for revenue and unit shipments, as it continues to dazzle investors and observers with its streak of positive earnings results amid a difficult economy.

  • Symantec: Blaster victims top 330,000 machines

    By Ellen Messmer | 18 August, 2003 07:30

    The Blaster worm - also known as MSBlast or LoveSAN - had hit at least 330,000 machines around the world as of lasy Thursday afternoon, according to Symantec, which has been tracking the spread of the worm since it first appeared last Monday.

  • SCO's McBride: IT world backs SCO in its fight with IBM

    By Todd R. Weiss | 18 August, 2003 07:30

    Unix vendor, The SCO Group, is back on the legal offensive after a brief respite following last week's countersuit by IBM and the opening of a new legal front from Red Hat.

  • UWS teams up with Cisco

    By Cameron Roberts | 18 August, 2003 07:30

    The University of Western Sydney (UWS) has launched a Cisco Academy aimed at enhancing the career and industry prospects of the public, and IT and computing students.

  • Sun promotes new OS as secure alternative to Microsoft

    By Scott Tyler Shafer | 15 August, 2003 12:13

    Seizing the opportunity to criticise a competitor and promote its own operating system, Sun has opened up early registration for its Project Mad Hatter.

  • Lotus servers pared down for IBM Express lineup

    By John Fontana | 15 August, 2003 12:11

    IBM has added the Lotus Domino server to its growing suite of software targeted at companies with fewer than 2000 users.

  • SCO sees up to $US12 million in new Unix licensing

    By Robert McMillan | 15 August, 2003 12:09

    The SCO Group has predicted that it would book between $US9 million and $US12 million in revenue on Unix licensing deals with technology companies in its next financial quarter.

  • Gartner raises global PC shipment forecast

    By Stacy Cowley | 15 August, 2003 12:07

    Stronger than expected PC sales during this year's second quarter have prompted Gartner to boost its third-quarter PC sales forecast, but the research firm cautioned that economic conditions will have to pick up significantly for PC vendors to see a sustainable recovery.

  • Netgear takes support to corporate levels

    By Brian Corrigan | 15 August, 2003 12:05

    Networking vendor, Netgear, has launched a range of new services to support its efforts to win more installations in bigger Australian companies.

  • Apple looks outside its channel for enterprise foothold

    By Sarah Stokely | 15 August, 2003 07:39

    Apple is looking outside of its traditional Mac channel to infiltrate the PC world with its new enterprise server and storage offerings.

  • Commander acquisitions continue to pay off

    By ARN Staff | 15 August, 2003 07:32

    ASX-listed IT services provider Commander continues to thrive on the back of its acquisitions of ISP, RSL Com, and reseller, Centari Systems, reporting impressive gains in both revenues and profit for the 12 months to June 30, 2003.

  • Government signs up Microsoft security

    By Cameron Roberts | 15 August, 2003 07:25

    The Commonwealth government has signed an agreement to give it greater technological security by participating in Microsoft’s Government Security Program (GSP).

  • SCO terminates Sequent license

    By Robert McMillan | 15 August, 2003 07:22

    IBM no longer has the right to use or distribute the Dynix/ptx operating system it acquired in its 1999 purchase of Sequent Computer, The SCO Group said.

  • Microsoft wraps up Project 2003

    By Joris Evers | 15 August, 2003 07:18

    Microsoft has priced its Project 2003 products and plans to release the project planning and management software to manufacturing on Monday, entering the final phase before commercial availability of the products.

  • Silicon Memory Technologies sheds light on partnering with Seagate

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