A new supercomputer ranking: The Green500

A new supercomputer ranking: The Green500

Some might call the world's top supercomputers performance powerhouses. Others might call them energy hogs, often using enough power to...

November 20th, 2007 Sharon Gaudin

GPRS fuels South Africa’s cash machine rollout

GPRS fuels South Africa’s cash machine rollout

The growing presence of bank-independent cash machines in the South African market has been boosted this year by the adoption...

August 2nd, 2005 Computing SA staff

Mozilla fixes critical Firefox bugs

Mozilla fixes critical Firefox bugs

The Mozilla Foundation has patched two "extremely critical" security holes in its Firefox browser that were reported earlier this week....

May 12th, 2005 Robert McMillan

Windows Server 2003 SP1 released

Windows Server 2003 SP1 released

They are the two words with which system administrators have a love-hate relationship: Service Pack. While service packs often include...

April 28th, 2005 Rebecca Reid

EDS regroups to attack Linux, IBM in Australia

EDS regroups to attack Linux, IBM in Australia

IT infrastructure services giant Electronic Data Systems Corp. has drawn a line in the sand over the way it intends...

March 16th, 2005 Julian Bajkowski

Wireless makes the cut at De Beers

Wireless makes the cut at De Beers

De Beers’ problem seemed simple enough: find a way to connect its Snap Lake and Victor Project diamond mining operations...

December 31st, 2004 Tom Venetis

Time Warner revamps its help desk

Time Warner revamps its help desk

Time Warner Cable's Columbus, Ohio, call centre a few years ago didn't exactly have the best way to track trouble...

March 18th, 2004 Denise Dubie

Errors in IBM’s DB2 cause outage at Danske Bank

Errors in IBM’s DB2 cause outage at Danske Bank

Flaws in IBM Corp.'s DB2 database software were responsible for a chain of glitches that turned a routine hardware repair...

April 6th, 2003 Stacy Cowley

Security flaws detected in PeopleSoft

Security flaws detected in PeopleSoft

A security flaw recently detected in enterprise software provider PeopleSoft Inc.'s PeopleTools application framework may allow unauthorized users remote access...

March 10th, 2003 Ryan B. Patrick