Junk E-mail is a frustrating fact of life. For business-technology execs, fighting it is, too
Getting Data In Synch
BMC will resell GoldenGate's data-synchronization software, improving data availability for users.
Big Bad World
Actually, when it comes to computer security, it's a small--and threatening--world. A global reach calls for global security measures.
Oracle Pushes Its App Server Toward Grid
Application Server 10G will deviate from the academic approach to grid computing, where a central server "scavenges for unused processing cycles" from computers on the network.
App Management For The Holidays
Harry and David, which does 70% of its business during the holiday season, has turned to application-management software from Wily Technology to deal with the heavy traffic.
IT Sales And Shipments Outpace Other Sectors
The Census Bureau says new orders for computers and related products rose 2.4% last month and shipments rose 12.5%, well ahead of the figures for durable goods from all sectors.
IBM Bolsters DB2 Information Integrator
The new software, known internally as Masala, will include data and content generated by packaged enterprise applications from vendors such as SAP and Oracle.
The Power Of IT
Technology to improve power companies' operations could help avert another blackout--but questions remain about the industry's commitment to IT
The Right Stuff
Savvy small companies use technology to position themselves for growth.
Microsoft Races To Fix More Flaws
It released a patch for multiple vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer, continuing a summer wave of finding and patching flaws in its software.
Small and midsize companies have the same technology needs, and the same goals, as large ones
Not So Unbreakable
Oracle says a flaw in Release 2 of its Oracle9i database could let a hacker launch a denial-of-service attack or capture an active user session.
Back In The Game
Large enterprise software companies have by and large rethought how they approach the small and mid-size business market.