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  • Symantec Revenue Up, Acquisitions On The Way
    Internet security vendor Symantec posted big revenue gains for its first quarter of fiscal 2003 and announced plans for three strategic acquisitions that will cost upwards of $350 million.
  • IBM Earnings Slammed By Reorganization, Job Cuts
    Second-quarter profits at technology giant IBM Corp. plummeted by 97 percent, after the company took $1.4 billion in charges for the sell-off of its hard disk business, the reorganization of its chip-making operation and the shedding of thousands of jobs.
  • CDW Posts Record Quarter
    Despite the tough climate for technology spending, CDW Computer Centers posted record sales for its second quarter, the company said Wednesday.
  • IBM Upgrades Shark Array
    IBM this week unveiled an upgrade to its flagship TotalStorage Enterprise Storage Server array, also known as the Shark.
  • Scient’s Final Curtain Call
    Scient, the once formidable Web integrator that in many ways epitomized the brash confidence and euphoria of the dot-com-driven professional services market, only to be cast down to the bottom of the services heap amid the IT spending slowdown, has finally taken its last breaths.
  • Give Me Liberty
    Just six months after its inception, the Liberty Alliance demonstrated the interoperability and working prototypes of several vendors' technologies this week. The Alliance, which is lead by Sun Microsystems and AOL Time Warner, took the wraps off its single sign-on project that uses XML-based standard interfaces. The project will eliminate the need for multiple logons as a user navigates either the consumer side of the Web or, on the business side, corporate Intranets and business partner networks.
  • GE Access, Sun Executives See Bright Future
    GE Access expects a very strong second half of the year, indicating that an economic recovery is well under way, executives said at the distributor's annual New Frontiers Conference here.

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