Cisco Systems may open up its full product suite to Ingram Micro, according to managing director, Ross Fowler.
Secure Computing plans to acquire e-mail security vendor CipherTrust in a deal valued at close to $US274 million.
ChannelWorx will carry Avaya IP Office products as it looks to help resellers add greater value to the network. The distributorship is effective August 1.
Sun Microsystems has launched three Opteron-based servers, positioning them as midrange boxes for network computing in data centres.
Alcatel expects to see a 7.5 percent year-on-year increase in revenue for the second quarter, in line with earlier projections, the company announced late Monday. Its merger with U.S. counterpart Lucent Technologies is also on track, with completion expected by year-end, it said.
Following a successful deployment of enterprise search software to index its public Web site and PDF documents, Tweed Shire Council in northern NSW is looking to extend the technology inside the firewall.
In a move to reassure small-business customers that it plans to support Oracle's software products for years to come, IBM has announced a server package.
Intel could face a new investigation over its business practices after a complaint was filed in Germany's federal cartel office last week, a spokeswoman for the office said.
Microsoft plans to give a hacker conference in Asia an inside look at new security features on Windows Vista later this year, the organizer of the event said Tuesday.
Microsoft plans to officially launch its Windows Small Business Server 2003 release 2 (SBS 2003 R2) integrated software bundle Tuesday.
SAP has announced it will add new e-commerce and Web-based CRM (customer relationship management) functionality to its Business One applications suite for small to midsize customers.
A sharp fall in the price of LCD (liquid crystal display) panels caused LG.Philips LCD to fall deep into the red during the second quarter, the company said Tuesday.
Altech hopes to have the first of its MSI-branded notebooks available by the end of the month. A number of models are expected to follow in subsequent months.
Lucent Technologies expects to report declines in revenue and profit for its fiscal third quarter ended June 30, the company said Monday.
Anixter has signed up to carry Sony cameras and Dedicated Micros digital video recorders (DVRs). The partnerships are in line with its desire to move further into the IP solutions market, with a particular interest in security.
New Zealand distributor, GeoSystems, is scouring Australia for application service providers that can deliver new markets for upgraded tracking device, TrimTrac.
For the 7,000 or so Microsoft partners descending on Boston for this week's Worldwide Partner Conference, delays in the release of Windows Vista and Office 2007 could leave them feeling like a store unable to stock its shelves with goods.
EMC is planning to incorporate data encryption technology on its storage arrays, using software technology it obtained from last month's acquisition of RSA Security.
IBM's Lotus Notes desktop collaboration software will finally fully support the Linux operating system. It's a move users have long been demanding, with those wanting to run the Notes client on the open-source operating system previously having to resort to Web clients or software emulation.
Microsoft is streamlining the pricing of its four Dynamics enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications families from a per-module basis to a per-user basis as a way to make it easier for partners to sell the software.
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