Cloud Computing Archives - Page 79

WorldCom slashes workforce by 3,700

WorldCom slashes workforce by 3,700

WorldCom group, a subsidiary of the global communications firm WorldCom Inc., confirmed suspicions on April 3 that it would cut...

April 18th, 2002 Stefan Dubowski
CA lays Web services tracks

CA lays Web services tracks

Spearheaded by cross-product line integration enhancements to its CleverPath portal, Computer Associates International Inc. continues its campaign to meld Web...

April 17th, 2002 Brian Fonseca
Hailstorm rains on the enterprise, not Microsoft

Hailstorm rains on the enterprise, not Microsoft

A Microsoft Corp. technology that Bill Gates himself described last year as "probably the most important ... building block service"...

April 11th, 2002 Matt Berger
Variations on a VPN theme

Variations on a VPN theme

A new breed of VPN based on Multi-protocol Label Switching is emerging as an alternative to traditional VPNs based on...

April 7th, 2002 Irwin Lazar
Services offer telecom a silver lining

Services offer telecom a silver lining

The storm cloud looming over the Canadian telecommunications industry is showing a silver lining according to a recent study by...

April 4th, 2002 Carly Suppa
Jeff Kaplan: New partnerships offer new hope

Jeff Kaplan: New partnerships offer new hope

Recent partnerships between specialized service providers and major outsourcers may signal the next phase in the evolution of IT and...

April 4th, 2002 No Author
WorldCom reduces workforce by 3,700

WorldCom reduces workforce by 3,700

WorldCom group, a subsidiary of the global communications firm WorldCom Inc., confirmed suspicions late Wednesday that it would cut staff,...

April 3rd, 2002 Stefan Dubowski
LatAm has weak intellectual property enforcement

LatAm has weak intellectual property enforcement

Latin American countries have adequate laws to protect Internet and software intellectual property, but the enforcement of those laws is...

March 27th, 2002 Juan Carlos Perez
Stream sails downstream into receivership

Stream sails downstream into receivership

Toronto-based broadband supplier Stream Intelligent Networks Corp. went into receivership on March 4, following a month that saw the company...

March 21st, 2002 Julie Clow
Unmanageable SANs

Unmanageable SANs

Weary storage administrators rejoice, because the first comprehensive storage management solutions are finally here. Fujitsu Software Technology Corp.'s Storage Manager...

March 17th, 2002 Dan Neel and Mario Apicella