Profile of Rochelle Garner
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Articles by Rochelle Garner
Software vendor OpenMFG's combination of open-source bridge-building and hard-headed business objectives serve up a stew of intriguing contradictions. For the company and its partners, however, it's also a mix that dishes out the profits.
The newest version of Check Point's Integrity security package boasts an integrated antispyware module that prevents infected PCs from communicating with the corporate network, among other things.
In a Q&A, the Oracle CEO talks about scale, security, other possible acquisitions, and his company's relationship with IBM.
Adobe Systems beefed up its line of server-based products for the enterprise, adding component-based building blocks for assembling workflows and analyzing business processes.
New features of the enterprise service bus include broader messaging support.
Placing big bets on its ability to support services-oriented architectures, BEA Systems next week will unveil the components of its newest server line, code-named "Free Flow."
A new market battle is brewing in the enterprise applications space. The soon-to-be combatants: SAP and Salesforce.com, both of which aim to convince businesses of all sizes to use their on-demand CRM software.
Nortel has hired IBM consultants, engineers, and scientists in an ongoing, joint-development effort to design and develop new products.
Oracle's Charles Phillips says two major criteria will determine which companies Oracle buys: a good technology fit and/or software that plugs a vertical-industry hole or adds domain expertise.
SAP's executive board met with the press to discuss a broad range of issues and hinted at a software-as-service version of its small-business suite.
In analysts' briefing, newly appointed CEO George Shaheen refused to describe his plans to turn around the ailing CRM vendor.
NetSuite on Thursday released new software that adds integration, customization and application-building capabilities to its self-named applications.
By combining data integration, analytic, and metadata management in one package, Informatica hopes to bypass competition with key BI partners.