Tripwire and VMware have teamed up to produce a free tool that VMware customers can use to automatically audit the security configuration of physical and virtual servers.
Researchers at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have demonstrated a technique that could make quantum cryptography significantly cheaper to implement, moving it nearer to possible commercial acceptance.
Asustek Computer plans to offer buyers of its popular Eee PC low-cost laptop additional storage for songs, videos and other data via the Internet.
Only a small portion of retailers allow wireless purchases by consumers, an area for potential improvement in e-commerce sales, according to an internal study byCisco Systems.
Dimension Data has continued its long association with financial organisation, HBOS Australia, by assisting in the deployment of a Riverbed solution across 170 sites.
ASX-listed integrator, Commander (CDR), has blamed full-year profit guidance cuts on rapidly declining hardware sales.
Compliance systems provider SteelCloud has launched a one-stop product designed for small to medium businesses (SMBs) looking to roll out a BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) throughout their organizations.
With the pending launch of Microsoft's virtualization hypervisor, Hyper-V, in the next couple of months, battle lines are being drawn.
Taiwanese hardware makers expressed concern over a shortage of Intel's Atom processor, but Intel said production volumes will increase.
Much speculation has surrounded Advanced Micro Devices' manufacturing plans for its upcoming Fusion family of processors and whether these chips could be produced under contract. But a senior executive said on Tuesday that AMD plans to manufacture the first chips itself.
Microsoft has made an unspecified agreement with a payment processing company, in what could be another step toward establishing its own online payment system.
Intel this week unveiled new chipsets for desktop PCs at the Computex trade show in Taiwan.
After Credit Suisse developed an application to manage virtual resources in-house, the financial services company decided the software worked well enough to spin off a company dedicated to distributing the tool commercially to enterprise companies struggling to maintain control of virtual server and desktop environments.
Curl, maker of a framework for building rich Internet applications, said Tuesday that it is now supporting Macintosh environments, citing "rapidly increasing penetration" of the platform in enterprises.
Yahoo has lost a battle to keep information about its operations confidential after a judge decided to unseal documents filed by shareholders suing the company over its handling of Microsoft's unsolicited acquisition offer.
Microsoft's decision Tuesday to allow low-cost desktop makers to install Windows XP Home on their hardware until June 2010 reverses a move it rejected just two months ago.
Laying money on the market for small laptops and desktops, Intel Tuesday announced new Atom processors for what it's calling netbook and nettop computers.
Coming to the market late with a new product doesn't phase Acer. The world's third largest PC vendor launched its new Aspire one mini-laptop on Tuesday, forecasting sales of up to seven million units this year and 15 to 20 million next year.
Intel on Tuesday introduced an 8G-byte solid-state storage drive and said it would make a 16G-byte solid-state drive available in the fourth quarter of this year.
Microsoft will release test versions of some forthcoming Web-development tools, as well as clarify its strategy for adding application-modeling to its software portfolio, at its TechEd Developers conference this week.
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