Cisco targets low-end SAN customers

Cisco targets low-end SAN customers

Cisco Systems is rolling out a low-end Fibre Channel switch that supports some features of its larger director-level switches, such...

December 7th, 2006 Jeff Jedras and Deni Connor

Irate users voice concern over Vista licensing

Irate users voice concern over Vista licensing

Windows users have raised concerns about Microsoft Corp.'s new licensing for Windows Vista that will allow them to transfer a...

October 19th, 2006 Elizabeth Montalbano

Microsoft accused of breach of contract

Microsoft accused of breach of contract

Microsoft Corp. could face another lawsuit from a patent portfolio company over technology within its SQL Server database. Timeline Inc.,...

August 20th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

Microsoft to extend anti-trust deal with US

Microsoft to extend anti-trust deal with US

Microsoft Corp. will commit to following the principles of its 2002 antitrust settlement with the U.S. government beyond its end...

July 19th, 2006 Grant Gross

Microsoft’s WGA is spyware, says lawsuit

Microsoft’s WGA is spyware, says lawsuit

Microsoft Corp. has been hit with a second lawsuit over Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA), its antipiracy program that checks if...

July 5th, 2006 Jeremy Kirk

CollabNet looks for adoption

CollabNet looks for adoption

CollabNet Inc. may put some of its core software under an open source license, or under a dual-licensing model, to...

June 22nd, 2006 John Ribeiro

SMS R2 features patch ability, software flaw scan

SMS R2 features patch ability, software flaw scan

Microsoft Tuesday released the first beta of System Management Server R2 and said the software would be generally available in...

February 21st, 2006 John Fontana

Oracle buys Sleepycat

Oracle buys Sleepycat

Oracle Corp. has acquired open-source database vendor Sleepycat Software Inc., strengthening its hand in the embedded database market and putting...

February 14th, 2006 James Niccolai and China Martens

US government agency overspent on software and licenses

US government agency overspent on software and licenses

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) spent US$4.1 million morethan necessary during the last five years to acquire and maintaindesktop...

February 6th, 2006 Linda Rosencrance - Computerworld US online