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Sell-off of Avaya product lines a real possibility if Chapter 11 filing occurs, says analyst

News that Avaya Holdings Corp. could imminently file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection means that both channel partners and corporate clients are watching anxiously...

Corporate users dump Microsoft’s Software Assurance

A Forrester Research analyst says long stretches between upgrades mean a quarter of customers won't renew their maintance contracts and another third are still deciding

Dell backs Microsoft-Novell on Linux collaboration

Dell Inc. is backing the Windows-Linux partnership set up by Microsoft Corp. and Novell Inc. As part of the deal, Dell will buy Suse Linux Enterprise Server certificates from Microsoft for corporate customers that are not already using Linux, the computer maker said Monday.

Dell promises to contact customers affected by battery recall

Dell has outlined three recall options for enterprise customers, of which the third is the most likely: have each employee go to Dell's Web site, determine if their battery is subject to the recall and apply online for a replacement.

Symphony to buy Hummingbird for $465 million

Enterprise software developer Hummingbird Ltd. said today that it agreed to be purchased by holding company Symphony Technology Group in a deal valued at US$465 million. The Toronto company develops enterprise content management (ECM) software that helps organizations manage documents, records, correspondence and contracts.

Trend Micro to pay for PC repair costs in Japan

Trend Micro Inc. will compensate customers in Japan for the cost of repairing PCs after it delivered a faulty antivirus update to them over the weekend, the company said Thursday. The company will not offer reparation for any loss of business incurred and the fate of overseas customers remains unclear.

Seamless roaming to make an appearance this year

Seamless roaming, the ability to switch between Wi-Fi and cellular networks without loss of signal, will likely appear this year according to some major players in the wireless and cellular markets.

MCI emerges from bankruptcy protection

MCI has formally emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and is beginning to distribute securities and cash to its creditors, it said on Tuesday.

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