EDS to unleash storage outsource service

EDS to unleash storage outsource service

Professional services giant Electronic Data Systems Corp. will enter the storage service provider (SSP) market, a move that analysts and...

June 1st, 2000 Deni Connor

Open-source projects get done cheaply

Open-source projects get done cheaply

In December, Anthony O'Krongly was looking for a workflow application that fit his company's needs.Instead of buying a boxed application...

May 18th, 2000 Dominique Deckmyn

Tivoli to support mobile devices

Tivoli to support mobile devices

Mobile devices will no longer be faceless wanderers on the corporate landscape if Austin-based Tivoli Systems Inc gets its way.Recognizing...

April 6th, 2000 Grace Casselman

ASPs eye e-mail hosting

ASPs eye e-mail hosting

The next turf war in the messaging market won't be among companies trying to sell extensive on-site e-mail systems, analysts...

March 9th, 2000 Lee Copeland

Not even storms could ground Sun

Not even storms could ground Sun

The biggest hurdle in unveiling a new product is seldom the weather, but that was the case for Sun Microsystems...

February 10th, 2000 Chris Conrath

Wireless Web Access Will Be Vital

Wireless Web Access Will Be Vital

Consumers are accessing the Web from handheld computers or cellular phones in rapidly increasing numbers, and analysts say companies need...

January 31st, 2000 Dominique Deckmyn

Code quality to take a hit

Code quality to take a hit

As if the year 2000 problem won't be enough of a Pandora's box, here's another one for IT organizations: software...

November 18th, 1999 Thomas Hoffman

Phaseshift considered possible quick fix

Phaseshift considered possible quick fix

Sterling Software Inc.'s enhanced version of VISION: Phaseshift may act as a good year 2000 quick fix in certain situations,...

July 1st, 1999 Rebecca Maxwell

The low-down on leasing

The low-down on leasing

To say that Ontario's Simcoe County Board of Education desktops were out of date is an understatement.With a mixed bag...

February 11th, 1999 Deanne N. Gage