Banking On Data
The Bank of New York saves hundreds of thousands of dollars a year using active archive software from Princeton Softech
HP Goes For CRM, In A Big Way
Siebel says the deployment of its CRM software at HP to the tune of some 40,000 seats could be the largest CRM installation ever.
Vignette's Recovery Heats Up
The portal and content-management software maker says it's set to make good on its promise to be profitable again in the current quarter.
Actuate Gets Nimble
Actuate has acquired Nimble Technology, a privately held developer of enterprise information integration software.
Making Message Transitions Easier
Companies tied to messaging and E-mail systems on Unix-based servers have a new option for migrating those systems to Linux running on less-expensive x86 servers.
Review: Tablet PCs
Do you need a $2,000 writing pad? InformationWeek's John Foley says tablet PCs are worth the money for those who do a lot of note-taking.
Hyperion and Business Objects acquisitions signal a maturing business-intelligence software sector where customers want fewer vendors
The Farmer In Dell
CEO Michael Dell has cultivated a company and a culture that are delivering profits when the rest of the industry struggles to stay even. And his company is gaining in enterprise servers, storage, services, networking, printers, and PDAs. Read our exclusive Q&A with Dell about Dell.
The Data-Warehouse Advantage, Part II
Data-warehousing projects are costly and complex, but when done right can boost a company's performance. Here are four more companies who are winners in this year's Data Warehousing Institute Awards.