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  • Fiorina hails new horizontal paradigm

    By Tom Sullivan | 22 October, 2003 11:52

    HP chief executive officer (CEO), Carly Fiorina, said that the era of building technology silos within an enterprise needed to end and, as such, companies needed to start thinking horizontally, rather than vertically.

  • Piracy investigators locked out of ISPs

    By Julian Bajkowski | 22 October, 2003 09:29

    IT managers can breathe a little easier in the knowledge that corporate data held or transmitted by hosted ISP services is to be off limits to private investigators under a Cybercrime Code of Practice developed by the Internet Industry Association (IIA) that will be ratified at the end of this month.

  • Transmeta shows off new Efficeon mobile processor

    By Tom Krazit | 22 October, 2003 09:23

    Transmeta hopes to give Intel’s Pentium M processor a formidable competitor with the TM8000 Efficeon processor, unveiled last week at the Microprocessor Forum (MPF) in California.

  • Sony to launch 23GB optical data disc in November

    By Martyn Williams | 22 October, 2003 09:12

    Sony will launch a new optical disc format in November that allows for storage of up to 23.3G bytes per disc, the company said Tuesday.

  • Microsoft unleashes Exchange Server 2003

    By Joris Evers | 22 October, 2003 08:30

    Microsoft launched Exchange Server 2003 on Tuesday, officially starting its quest to convert the large number of users on the aging version 5 of the e-mail server software.

  • IBM adds Fibre Channel disaster recovery to Shark

    By Robert McMillan | 22 October, 2003 08:28

    IBM on Tuesday will announce a number of enhancements to its Shark Enterprise Storage System (ESS) Model 800 arrays designed to increase the performance and ease of management of the storage systems.

  • Ballmer, Barrett weigh in on security

    By Tom Sullivan | 22 October, 2003 08:15

    Speaking in separate sessions Tuesday at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Orlando, Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer and Intel's chief Craig Barrett discussed the looming security issue.

  • Democrats delay open source, move on RFID

    By Rodney Gedda | 22 October, 2003 08:08

    South Australian Democrat Ian Gilfillan has delayed pushing for a final vote on his long-standing open source procurement bill and will endeavour to introduce another aimed at “safeguards” on RFID technology before the end of the year.

  • Australia, South Korea team to regulate spam

    By Staff Writers | 22 October, 2003 07:31

    Australia and South Korea have signed a memorandum of understanding to regulate and stem the tide of spam in their countries.

  • Security vendors unleash silver bullet

    By Scott Tyler Shafer | 22 October, 2003 07:30

    At separate events for their respective customers and partners, Network Associates and Internet Security Systems (ISS) have outlined strategies and product road maps that consolidate many security functions — such as anti-virus protection, intrusion detection, and firewalls — into single products.

  • Next Byte takes another PC step with MS Navision certification

    By Sarah Stokely | 22 October, 2003 07:26

    Reseller group Next Byte has taken the next step in diversifying from its specialisation in Apple Computers - its Enterprise Technologies division has become a Microsoft Navision certified partner.

  • OASIS adds ebXML business process committee

    By Paul Krill | 22 October, 2003 07:04

    OASIS has formed an ebXML Business Process Technical Committee to further define the e-business XML Business Process Specification Schema (ebXML BPSS) model for business collaborations within and between enterprises.

  • Symantec purchases SSL VPN maker SafeWeb

    By Paul Roberts | 22 October, 2003 07:02

    Antivirus and computer security company, Symantec, has purchased SafeWeb for $US26 million in cash. SafeWeb makes technology that gives workers secure, remote access to network resources over the Internet.

  • LAN Systems takes NEC storage nationwide

    By Sarah Stokely | 21 October, 2003 12:18

    LAN Systems hopes its new distribution arrangement with NEC Business Solutions will round out its storage and networking offerings to the tune of $10m in the first year, according to managing director Nick Verykios.

  • Channel critical to Brother enterprise plans

    By Brian Corrigan | 21 October, 2003 12:17

    Convergence looks to be the name of the game in the printing market, according to new research released by IDC.

  • Government pulls back on ISP licensing threat

    By Stephen Bell | 21 October, 2003 12:14

    Internet service providers (ISPs) appear to have escaped - for the moment - the need to obtain a government license in New Zealand.

  • China no match for Taiwan's IC design industry

    By Sumner Lemon | 21 October, 2003 12:12

    Despite having a fast-growing electronics industry that has attracted investments from some of the world's largest chip makers, China is no match for Taiwan when it comes to integrated circuit (IC) design, according to industry executives speaking at the Taiwan Business Alliance conference in Taipei.

  • Symantec adds patch management to Ghost software

    By Paul Roberts | 21 October, 2003 08:04

    A new version of the Ghost computer cloning and restoration product from Symantec adds features that deploy software patches and reduce the network bandwidth used by the program, the company said Monday.

  • Sun revenue drops 8 percent

    By Robert McMillan | 21 October, 2003 07:23

    Sun saw its first-quarter fiscal 2004 revenues decline 8 per cent to $US2.5 billion, the computer maker has announced. Revenue dropped from the $US2.7 billion Sun reported in its year-ago quarter.

  • SCO secures $50 million in financing

    By Stephen Lawson | 21 October, 2003 07:22

    The SCO Group has received a $US50 million private investment from a group led by BayStar Capital, the Unix software company has announced.

  • Silicon Memory Technologies sheds light on partnering with Seagate

    Mobile printing has never been easier. For a busy office, reliable and easy-to-use tools are essential. Samsung's latest smart printers are equipped for wireless printing from mobile devices. Find out more about what is all about.. Read more

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