Stories by James Evans

  • Lucent misses quarterly mark

    Just hours after the company's board fired its top officer, Lucent Technologies released its fourth quarter earnings results and said it was disappointed with them.

  • MS launches SQL server for Windows CE

    A senior Microsoft official on Thursday announced the availability of Microsoft Structured Query Language (SQL) Server 2000 Windows CE Edition, during the Professional Association for SQL Server (PASS) 2000 conference in San Francisco.

  • Network Solutions faces 'hoarding' allegations

    Networks Solutions Inc (NSI) has illegally restrained trade and willfully maintained monopoly power over expired domain names, according to a class-action lawsuit recently filed by an Alabama businessman.

  • ‘No' to Net taxes

    California governor Gray Davis has vetoed legislation that would have taxed Internet purchases from clicks-and-mortar companies.

  • Corel details layoffs and restructuring

    Corel said it will eliminate 139 positions at its engineering operation in Dublin, Ireland as part of a US$40 million cost-saving measure, the Canadian software vendor said Wednesday.

  • NetWare 6's new features

    Novell last week announced the latest version of its NetWare network operating system, which will feature new network storage capabilities that will integrate file, messaging, database and directory storage.

  • CRM market to grow past $US12B by 2004

    Customer relationship management (CRM) revenues grew at a feverish 71 per cent growth rate and reached $US3.3 billion in 1999, a new study released last week concluded.

  • Q updates PC lines

    Compaq has revamped its Deskpro EN and Armada PC lines in the US, the company announced last week.