Articles By Ed Scannell

Microsoft delivers Windows Vista beta

Microsoft delivers Windows Vista beta

After four long years of talking the talk, Microsoft on Wednesday gave the outside world its first official look at...

July 27th, 2005 Ed Scannell
Open source collaboration server gets a lift

Open source collaboration server gets a lift

The fortunes of Open-Xchange, creator of an open source collaboration server, got a boost on Thursday when it announced a...

July 14th, 2005 Ed Scannell
HP rolls out SOA services

HP rolls out SOA services

Hot on the heels of its OpenView SOA Manager announcement earlier this month Hewlett-Packard on Tuesday followed up by rolling...

June 28th, 2005 Ed Scannell
VP for marketing, HP

VP for marketing, HP

Hewlett-Packard unwrapped two new pieces of its OpenView lineup earlier this month. The new software helps IT comply with government...

June 23rd, 2005 Ed Scannell
XML to be default Office 12 file format

XML to be default Office 12 file format

In a move that could bring a chorus of both cheers and jeers, Microsoft Corp. recently announced its commitment to...

June 5th, 2005 Ed Scannell
IBM unveils privacy software

IBM unveils privacy software

Claiming a technology breakthrough in privacy and security, IBM on Tuesday introduced software that allows corporate users to share information...

May 24th, 2005 Ed Scannell
research analyst, IDC

research analyst, IDC

IBM on Friday detailed an initiative intended to accelerate the business benefits of an SOA. The Business Integration Adoption Model,...

May 23rd, 2005 Ed Scannell
Black Duck debuts IP compliance software

Black Duck debuts IP compliance software

Black Duck Software Inc. on Monday rolled out an on-demand service that allows developers and due diligence teams to examine...

March 28th, 2005 Ed Scannell
Will Longhorn be short on features?

Will Longhorn be short on features?

While Microsoft Corp. continues raising Longhorn, rivals are seizing the operating system's extended adolescence to develop competing feature sets of...

March 21st, 2005 Ed Scannell
IT spending to grow six per cent in 2005

IT spending to grow six per cent in 2005

In making its annual predictions for the upcoming year, IDC said it expects worldwide IT spending to grow 6.1 per...

December 2nd, 2004 Ed Scannell