• Palm Targets Enterprise Market With New Wireless Device

    Palm on Monday introduced a pocket computer organizer that can surf the Web, grab e-mail and communicate without wires, hoping corporate executives will see the device as a must-have business tool and order lots of them.

  • Xerox Reports Surprising Operating Profit

    Office equipment maker Xerox on Monday reported a surprise profit, before unusual items, for the fourth quarter of 2001 and said it is confident of a profit for 2002 as well.

  • Data protection key as enterprise arena considers handhelds

    Palm Eyes Security

    Security promises to be a focus of the upcoming PalmSource Developer Conference as the enterprise market looks more seriously at handhelds for two-way applications.

  • Xerox Reports Surprising Operating Profit

    Office equipment maker Xerox Corp. on Monday reported a surprise profit, before unusual items, for the 2001 fourth quarter and said it was confident of a profit for the full year 2002 as well.

  • Intel To Cut Pentium 4 Prices This Weekend

    Intel is expected to cut prices on its highest-performance Pentium 4 processors and other chips over the weekend as the world's largest chipmaker passes on cost savings from new manufacturing technologies, analysts said.

  • Compaq Raises Earnings Forecast

    Compaq on Friday said it expected shareholders and regulators to back its controversial plan to merge with Hewlett-Packard and raised Compaq's 2002 earnings and revenues outlook above Wall Street's view.

  • Storage vendors EMC, StorageTek, channel palyer CDW report

    Storage, Channel Earnings: The Good, Bad And The Ugly

    Six storage vendors had six very different takes on the economy during their respective earnings calls last week.

  • Ingram Micro: Government, Education To Be Significant Focus

    Ingram Micro will have "a significant focus" on the government and education market in 2002 and plans to unveil a newly revamped Partnership America solution provider program before midyear, company executives said.

  • Move could eliminate conflict between partners, Lotus personnel

    Lotus Exits Consulting

    Lotus is getting out of the general consulting business, freeing up room for more third-party partnerships, company executives said.

  • Judge Stays Out of Microsoft, AOL Tiff For Now

    The federal judge overseeing the government antitrust case against Microsoft has declined to get immediately involved in a dispute between the software giant and rival AOL Time Warner.

  • Check Point Targets New Security Products At SMB, SOHO Market

    Looking to expand its reach beyond the enterprise market, Check Point Software Technologies this week plans to introduce three new security software solutions designed for small businesses, branch and home offices.