Ladder firm breaks fall with supply chain tools

Ladder firm breaks fall with supply chain tools

Last February, Werner Co. stopped shipping its ladders to The Home Depot Inc. The home improvement retailer was Werner’s biggest...

April 30th, 2004 Marc L. Songini

Microsoft JVM support to get extension

Microsoft JVM support to get extension

Microsoft Corp. announced on Tuesday that users of its Java Virtual Machine (JVM) would have an extra three years to...

April 29th, 2004 Allison Taylor

NZ developer preps for hardened Linux

NZ developer preps for hardened Linux

Security Enhanced Linux, a "hardened" version of the open source software that was helped into existence by a U.S. spy...

April 14th, 2004 Matthew Cooney

Ladder maker uses supply chain tools

Ladder maker uses supply chain tools

In February, Werner Co. stopped shipping its ladders to The Home Depot Inc., the home improvement retailer that had been...

April 4th, 2004 Marc L. Songini

Consumer packaged goods firms: No quick ROI from RFID

Consumer packaged goods firms: No quick ROI from RFID

Major consumer packaged goods manufacturers don't foresee any quick return from adding radio frequency identification technology to their packaging and...

April 1st, 2004 Bob Brewin

A dish of “e”

A dish of “e”

Reassurance is the driving force behind a national program that traces food from the farm to the grocery store using...

March 15th, 2004 Alex Binkley

Easy-to-use desktop management tool

Easy-to-use desktop management tool

Last year we looked at NetSupport TCO from NetSupport Solutions Inc., which offered basic inventory capabilities and remote control. Since...

February 8th, 2004 Paul Ferrill

Linux in 2004

Linux in 2004

Last year was an eventful one for Linux -- the 2.6 kernel was released, Novell Inc. announced acquisition of SuSE...

February 5th, 2004 Rebecca Reid

Microsoft exec vows to fix what’s broken

Microsoft exec vows to fix what’s broken

Interview with Jim Allchin, Microsoft The effects of the W32.Blaster worm have been felt throughout Microsoft Corp. during August, but...

September 19th, 2003 No Author