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  • Integrator also posts record net sales

    Accenture’s CEO Steps Aside
    Accenture chief executive Joe Forehand has announced he is stepping down this September -- but retaining his title as chairman -- on the same day the $11.8 billion company reported better-than-expected second-quarter profits and upped its revenue outlook.
  • Pulver: Opportunities Abound For VoIP
    Jeff Pulver, one of the most recognized people in the voice-over-IP arena, on Tuesday told the crowd at the Spring VON 2004 IP communications conference that the VoIP industry was in still in the early adopter stage and there's "lot's of opportunities" to make the technology better.
  • DR-DOS 8.0 Ships With FAT32 Support
    Devicelogics, Inc., provider of DOS- and Linux-based embedded systems technologies, on Tuesday began shipping DR-DOS 8.0, the latest version of the embedded operating system.
  • Myriad of issues, opportunities need to be addressed in next 10 years

    Gartner Analysts: Be Prepared To Take Advantage Of Wireless
    Several Gartner analysts took the stage at the annual Gartner Symposium ITxpo conference, held in San Diego this week, touting the dramatic changes expected in the near future as the world becomes more and more connected through wireless technology.
  • New CEO To Be Named By Mid-April

    Accenture CEO To Step Down
    Accenture, the world's largest management and technology consulting firm, Tuesday said Joe W. Forehand will step down as chief executive Sept. 1.
  • CRN Interview: Jim Kleeman, Avnet Hall-Mark’s Hewlett-Packard business unit
    It's been four months since Jim Kleeman took over Avnet Hall-Mark's Hewlett-Packard business unit, but there have been many changes in HP's channel since that time. CRN Industry Editor Craig Zarley and Distribution Editor Scott Campbell recently spoke with Kleeman about his experience thus far. The following are excerpts from that conversation.
  • Offshoring Pros And Cons
    When offshore outsourcing emerged as a significant business trend several years ago, many viewed it as a shrewd, low-cost alternative to investing in larger domestic IT operations. More recently, however, offshore outsourcing has become a complex social, economic, and political issue that raises more questions than it answers.
  • Google Gets Personal
    Google on Monday rolled out a test version of tools for personalized searches, indicating that the company is looking to maintain its lead as the Web's most popular search destination by boosting user loyalty.
  • InfoSpace Taps Switchboard For Business Search Push
    With its $160 million acquisition of Switchboard, InfoSpace will position the merged company to grab a bigger piece of the business-directory pie, as the online component of business inquiries is growing at the expense of traditional business-print directories.
  • QandA: Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer On Windows, Longhorn, And The EU's Ruling
    On March 22, four days after returning from negotiations with the European Union in Brussels, and two days before the EU's ruling against Microsoft, CEO Steve Ballmer sat down for an interview with InformationWeek editors at Microsoft's Redmond, Wash., campus. Following are some excerpts, which have been lightly edited for clarity and brevity.
  • Wireless E-Mail Companies Settle Patent Lawsuits
    Research in Motion Ltd. and Good Technology Inc. have settled their messy patent fight with Good agreeing to pay RIM an undisclosed amount of quarterly royalties, the two companies announced Friday.
  • Management Shakeup Costs Gateway Attal, Formichelli
    Gateway has had ups and down in recent years, but it's never stood still. That continues to this day as the Poway, Calif.-based company has announced yet another management reorganization as it combines forces with the recently acquired eMachines and attempts to bounce back from recent losses stemming from its efforts to reinvent itself as an end-to-end consumer electronics and PC provider.