• EMC Sues Hitachi Over Storage Patents

    EMC late Thursday filed two complaints against archrival Hitachi regarding alleged infringements of patents related to its storage management software products, EMC officials said Friday.

  • S&P May Cut WorldCom Debt Rating

    WorldCom will be hard-pressed to reverse a slide in its long distance business and cut its $30 billion debt load, credit rating agency Standard and Poor's said Friday, warning it may cut its ratings for the No. 2 U.S. long-distance phone company.

  • Economic Ascent

    It's a general rule of thumb not to throw a party before the guests arrive. That couldn't apply any better than to those prematurely celebrating the economy's eventual return. However, it's never too early to start preparing your business in anticipation of an upswing.

  • Computer Associates Board Backs Executives

    Members of the board of Computer Associates International stood by their company's executives and said in response to a letter from a one-time challenger that they would not toss out top management.

  • Strategy In Question

    Solution providers are questioning Hewlett-Packard's plans to have Compaq Computer managers run the enterprise business and HP managers guide PC strategy once the companies merge.

  • Palm: Giving Partners The Slip?

    In a market where connectivity is becoming a must-have feature for corporate PDAs, some solution providers are charging that Palm is bypassing its partners and pocketing all the revenue from wireless activations.

  • Enterasys' Woes

    Solution provider partners are worried about Enterasys Networks' product direction and its commitment to the channel in light of the turmoil at the networking hardware vendor.

  • Solaris 9 Hints Toward Future OS

    As part of the official Solaris 9 launch next month, Sun Microsystems plans to position its forthcoming N1 project as a next-generation operating system for the Web services era.