There are very few industries where customer care is more important than the funeral business, which is why IT glitches of any kind are simply unacceptable.
LANDesk next month will upgrade its security management suite with capabilities designed to monitor network traffic and compare abnormal activity against predefined rules.
The City of London is home to a new Wi-Fi network that is not only one of Europe's largest but also among the first to give users mobile coverage similar to a cellular network.
Extreme Networks this week is pitching wiring closet switches aimed at users who prefer advanced features -- such as Power over Ethernet, 802.1x and IPv6 -- over Gigabit Ethernet to the desktop.
Traffic management specialist Zeus has jumped into the virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) business with an in-line connection broker. The product will provide secure access to a pool of remote desktops as well as logging their connections.
CA's CEO John Swainson announced a new vision for management software tools Sunday at CA World, while describing his company as making critical strides compared with its last global user conference 18 months ago.
Two former executives of Apple may face legal action this week by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for their roles in the stock options backdating scandal at the computer company, the San Jose Mercury News reported Monday.
With the announcement on Monday of Salesforce Platform Edition, Salesforce.com finally unveiled its long-term strategy to become the sun around which revolves an infinite number of SaaS (software as a service) planets.
IT services group, Red Rock Consulting, has hired its first national sales manager to help grow its Oracle services offerings in vertical market segments.
Microsoft's security team it is still working on a patch for a critical bug in the company's server software.
Gartner kicked off its annual Symposium ITxpo conference Monday with a wake-up call from its top analysts to CIOs who may be sleeping at the wheel.
Arab Bank of Australia's head of IT, Greig Walmsley, describes the upcoming CeBIT trade show as the Paddy's market of IT.
Both enterprises and service providers are opening up their wallets for networks, and they'll keep it up at least until 2010, according to Infonetics Research.
Hewlett-Packard (HP), the world's largest PC vendor, has filed another lawsuit against its fastest growing rival, Acer, as competition in the PC industry continues to heat up.
HP has introduced what it calls its biggest new printing technology since the LaserJet line in 1984 -- but it isn't for sale.
Nortel has warned of several backdoors, and other flaws, in its VPN and secure routing products that could allow unauthorized remote access to an enterprise network.
Altiris' reseller channel remains unaltered for now following the completion of Symantec's $US830m acquisition of the company earlier in the month.
Intel's channel needs to look beyond selling a price point if they are to prosper, according to its Channel Platforms Group general manager, Thomas Rampone.
For the first time since its launch in 2002, CeBIT Australia, which is held in Sydney, will not be opened by the NSW Premier. The Federal Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, will instead open the show.
Google has bought video conferencing software from Marratech a Stockholm-based vendor, and hired the engineers involved with the software, a Google spokesman said Friday.
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