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Content tagged with Software
posted in December 2003
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The Future Of E-Mail
News  |  12/31/2003
Ferris Research says that within five years, it will blend with an even wider range of collaaborative functions.
GAO: Procurement Database Has Inaccuracies
News  |  12/31/2003
The investigative arm of Congress says the information in the Federal Procurement Data System is inaccurate and incomplete, perhaps causing hundreds of millions of dollars in buying discrepencies.
Speculation Continues On BEA Systems Takeover
News  |  12/31/2003
The latest report, from Yankee Group, sees Microsoft as a logical suitor
Catch The Wind
Features  |  12/31/2003
Business-technology leaders are optimistic about their companies' prospects this year. But they know IT budgets to support that growth will be tight.
Microsoft Resellers See Better Times Ahead
News  |  12/30/2003
A Microsoft-commissioned survey by research firm SoftwareMinds says the large majority anticipate revenue growth next year.
Israel Suspends Acquisitions Of Microsoft Software
News  |  12/30/2003
The government says it will use existing versions of Microsoft Office, but won't upgrade to newer versions and will encourage the development of open-source alternatives.
Fighting Spam, Fueling Growth
Features  |  12/30/2003
More productivity and increased sales will remain high priorities when choosing software in the coming year
Web Power: More Interaction Equals More Value
Features  |  12/30/2003
A new generation of development tools is emerging for building dynamic, highly interactive Web applications with rich-client interfaces incorporating data, graphics, audio, and video.
Security Threats Won't Let Up
Features  |  12/30/2003
Attacks on business networks are expected to grow As use of spyware increases. The good news? As risk increases, companies are paying attention.
BEA Bolsters Workshop With New Tools
News  |  12/30/2003
The additions to the development environment are designed to make Java more competitive with Microsoft's tools.
Instant Messengers, Media Players Top List Of Apps Used To Access The Net
News  |  12/30/2003
A Nielsen/NetRatings survey says three of four people connect to the Internet by using apps that aren't Web browsers.
Oracle Adds More Funding For PeopleSoft Push
News  |  12/30/2003
It has negotiated a $1.5 billion line of credit and says it has enough financial resources on hand to close the deal.
Microsoft To Pay SPX $60 Million
News  |  12/29/2003
The maker of transformers, antennas, and industrial equipment says Microsoft will pay by Tuesday; a month ago, a jury found Microsoft guilty of misusing some of SPX's software.
Business Spending Drives Tech Optimism For New Year
News  |  12/29/2003
Forecasters are predicting spending growth of 4% to 6% next year, much more than in previous years.
GAO Warns That NASA Is At Risk On Financial Management
News  |  12/29/2003
The investigative arm of Congress faults the space agency for implementing parts of its financial-management program without an enterprise architecture.
SmartAdvice: IT Generalist Background Gives An Edge
Commentary  |  12/29/2003
Those all-around skills you've acquired in a small shop will serve you better than you realize, The Advisory Council says. And, look at middleware when you do a readiness assessment, and reassess infrastructure software before looking at other infrastructure projects.
Information Life-Cycle Management Gets Automated
News  |  12/24/2003
Kichler Lighting is on the forefront of automating the movement of data as it ages to lower-cost storage devices.
CRM Upgrade Giving AT&T Wireless Headaches
News  |  12/23/2003
A new problem is prohibiting some wireless service reps from accessing select records and viewing some GSM/GPRS service customer accounts.
CA Selling Small-Biz Software Subsidiary
News  |  12/23/2003
Best Software is paying $110 million for CA's small-business accounting and CRM products.
U.K. Awards Billions In Health-Care IT Overhaul
News  |  12/23/2003
Two contracts valued together at $3.3B went to Computer Sciences Corp. and Accenture.
SCO Now Charging Linux Users With Copyright Violations
News  |  12/22/2003
The company claims that pieces of code that allow customers to run Unix apps over Linux are owned by SCO.
Microsoft Sued Again
News  |  12/22/2003
EMC Resumes Software Shopping Spree
News  |  12/19/2003
Acquisition of VMware will enhance EMC's ability to virtualize servers and storage
Opening New Windows
News  |  12/19/2003
Microsoft is reorganizing its Windows group to improve quality and agility
Defense Department Schedules RFID Pilots
News  |  12/19/2003
Packaged meals, chemical and biological warfare suits, and more will be tracked
Actuate Gets Into Analysis
News  |  12/19/2003
The introduction of Actuate Analytics, scheduled to be available next month, is among the latest moves by business-intelligence software vendors seeking to expand their product lines.
Streaming Mars
News  |  12/19/2003
Speedera Networks is providing high-performance content-delivery services to help the European Space Agency stream video from its Mars Express probe back to Earth on Christmas Eve.
Appeals Court Rejects Subpoenas To Identify Music Downloaders
News  |  12/19/2003
The decision by a three-judge panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia is a major setback for the music industry's anti-piracy campaign.
Vitria Software Lets Bank Speed Transactions
News  |  12/19/2003
RBC Financial Group is using BusinessWare 4.2 to get to straight-through processing--completing transactions the day after they occur rather than the current three days.
RealNetworks Sues Microsoft Over Antitrust
News  |  12/19/2003
RealNetworks says that Microsoft violated antitrust laws, took losses on sales to boost market share, and exploited its Windows monopoly to restrict competition.
Western Tilt, Reliance On English Keep Internet From Global Expansion
News  |  12/18/2003
Even with access, the Internet remains meaningless to much of the world's population due to a lack of compelling content in native languages. To Go Public
News  |  12/18/2003
The online CRM vendor has filed with the SEC for an IPO; no date has been set.
Microsoft Outlines Retirement Plans For Windows 2000 Server
News  |  12/18/2003
The notice comes almost eight months after the debut of Windows Server 2003 and nearly four years after the server operating system first appeared.
Microsoft, Spitzer Crack Down On Spammers
News  |  12/18/2003
Lawsuits are filed in New York and Washington against a "ring" of companies, following Microsoft's use of spam traps.
PeopleSoft Finishes Some Integration Work With J.D. Edwards Apps
News  |  12/18/2003
The enterprise software vendor is offering integration packs for a number of apps, including inventory and management, HR, and financial and real estate.
Wal-Mart Begins Testing Online Music Service
News  |  12/18/2003
It's offering music at 88 cents per song, undercutting the 99-cent price of other vendors.
IM Abbreviations Gain In Business
News  |  12/18/2003
Their use demonstrates the increasing acceptance of instant messaging in the corporate world.
SmartAdvice: Tracking IT's Value
Commentary  |  12/17/2003
The Advisory Council suggests you consider new approaches to managing these initiatives: Measuring IT investments, Windows rights management, and selecting vendors.
Cognos Posts 25% 3Q Revenue Gain
News  |  12/17/2003
Revenue exceeded $172 million, with a $16 million boost from the debut of ReportNet enterprise-reporting software that became generally available in September.
IBM To Buy Green Pasture
News  |  12/17/2003
The acquisition further bolsters IBM's content-management efforts.
Sun Invites IBM And Cray To Work On New Computer Language
News  |  12/17/2003
The language is part of a government-sponsored program under which the three companies are competing to design a petascale-class computer by 2010.
Deployment Project Speeds Info Flow For Pharmaceutical Maker in Britian
News  |  12/17/2003
Using offline software from Backweb Technologies, Boehringer can let salespeople use even the slowest connection speeds to replicate the company's Plumtree portal for later reference.
Xandros Ships Desktop 2
News  |  12/16/2003
The new version of the KDE desktop includes quick installation, drag and drop capabilities, and better integration with Windows.
BearingPoint To Help Secure New York, New Jersey Seaports
News  |  12/16/2003
The vendor will evaluate how tracking technologies such as RFID and GPS can be used to help secure cargo as it moves through international trade routes.
SCO's House of Suits
Commentary  |  12/16/2003
SCO's strategy isn't based on products, technology and customer service. It's based on litigation.
EMC To Buy VMware
News  |  12/16/2003
It's the storage vendor's third major acquisition this year as it continues to morph into a software-based company.
Oracle Posts Solid Gains In Sales And Profit
News  |  12/15/2003
The software vendor reported 8% revenue growth for its second quarter and said net income was up 15%.
Microsoft Reorganizes Its Windows Groups
News  |  12/15/2003
A new "core" operating system division is created and several senior managers get new assignments.
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