Microsoft Takes A System-atic Approach
Windows Server 2003, due next week, and its accompanying server software will be known by the brand name Windows Server System--a signal that the software is designed to work in tandem.
More Details On SCO's Linux Suit
SCO's letter Monday to corporate Linux users wasn't a threat, CEO Darl McBride says--it was just a disclosure advised by its lawyers.
Microsoft Tosses Freebies To License Buyers
Businesses buying Software Assurance maintenance contracts on Microsoft products will get benefits such as free vouchers for product training, free technical support, and discounted licenses for using Microsoft's business products at home.
The 64-Bit Question
The introduction of Windows Server 2003 may well be a watershed for business computing, but uptake may be slow
Invensys Puts Baan On The Market
The planned sale is part of the British company's efforts to sell off more than half its businesses to stem its rising tide of debt.
PeopleSoft Slides In 1Q
A now-familiar footnote to the earnings reports from software companies: Maintenance and service fees increased, while other areas are fairly flat.
Baan Finds A Buyer
Three years after Invensys bought the ERP vendor, it's selling it--at a loss--as the industry edges ever closer to consolidation.
Building Java Apps With Less Sweat
Q-Link's newly revamped app includes 20 prebuilt process action components that can be used to define a business process and design a sequence in Java.
Relativity Technologies recasts RescueWare as Modernization Workbench, software designed to rearchitect Cobol apps.
IBM Teams With Bowstreet On Portlet Tools
IBM has added the Bowstreet Portlet Factory Solution to its catalogue of J2EE portlets and portlet tools, giving the 5-year-old, privately held company a boost over competitors in the portlet tools marketplace.
Palm Buying Handspring
Palm co-founders Donna Dubinsky and Jeff Hawkins, both of whom also formed Handspring, would return to Palm.