i365 opens Evault cloud storage to ISVs

i365 opens Evault cloud storage to ISVs

Seagate's backup service subsidiary i365 today announced it is making its cloud storage service available to independent software vendors that...

January 11th, 2010 Lucas Mearian

Microsoft promises to fix pesky IE6 patch

Microsoft promises to fix pesky IE6 patch

Microsoft Corp. will update a patch by next Tuesday that's causing a version of Internet Explorer (IE) to suddenly crash....

August 15th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

Project One – The sweet sound of standardization

Project One – The sweet sound of standardization

COMMENT ON THIS ARTICLE…And the two (and-a-half) shall become oneFrom an operational standpoint the big challenge for Celestica was collapsing...

July 15th, 2006 Joaquim P. Menezes

DD460 Restorer puts the squeeze on data

DD460 Restorer puts the squeeze on data

With the advent of inexpensive disk-to-disk backup systems that offer faster, easier and more reliable backups and restores than most...

June 9th, 2005 Logan G. Harbaugh

Japan’s DDI to push PHS toward megabit speeds

Japan’s DDI to push PHS toward megabit speeds

Japan's largest Personal Handyphone System (PHS) operator plans to launch a new data service in February that will push the...

January 18th, 2005 Martyn Williams

Mass-mailing ‘Mimail’ worm on the loose

Mass-mailing ‘Mimail’ worm on the loose

Mimail, a new Internet worm that spreads via e-mail, is on the loose, mainly in the U.S., according to security...

August 4th, 2003 Linda Rosencrance

Dial-up service gets a boost

Dial-up service gets a boost

A Waterloo, Ont.-based company that has developed a data compression technology on Thursday signed a deal with one of the...

April 3rd, 2003 Allison Taylor

ITWorx device puts the squeeze on WAN traffic

ITWorx device puts the squeeze on WAN traffic

Businesses looking to make better use of expensive WAN links have a new option: a PC-based Linux appliance that compresses...

March 6th, 2003 Tim Greene

The Mobile Access Puzzle

The Mobile Access Puzzle

In an ideal world, employees carrying handheld computers would have persistent wireless connections with access to a full range of...

September 16th, 2001 Robert L. Mitchell