Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates unveiled Windows CE .Net, the latest version of Windows CE that supports Web services, at the Consumer Electronics Show here last week.
Adobe Systems' PDF, or Portable Document Format, has become the de facto standard for transporting documents across different platforms and, of course, the Internet. PDF files allow documents to be viewed exactly as they were created, without needing the application that created the document in the first place.
Intel's latest Pentium 4 combines elements to guarantee success,performance gains, cost savings, a 30 percent decrease in power consumption and 40 percent smaller transistors.
IBM inked deals to distribute entry-level tape and hard-drive products via Tech Data, Ingram Micro and Bell Micro, making these products available to non-IBM-certified solution providers for the first time.
Telecom service providers that are cutting personnel in other departments are pinning at least some of their hopes on internal channel departments to help increase sales during the slower economy.
Other than the elimination of $120 million in debt from its balance sheet, little is expected to change at USinternetworking after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Rick Hamada knows solution providers, likes solution providers and hopes to meet more of them in his new job as president of Avnet Computer Marketing.
Another new entrant in the wireless LAN security arena is taking a channel-only approach to the market.
IBM, the perennial patent powerhouse, has done it again.
Cervalis plans to introduce a business continuity service this week called Hot Stand-by Site.
RSA Security this week plans to unveil a new version of its SecurID product it said will make it easier for companies to adopt smart cards.
Rational Software posted a net loss of $17.9 million and saw revenue drop more than 20 percent for the third quarter ended Dec. 31, yet the earnings announcement Thursday marked a good day for the software maker.
Despite posting a loss for the fourth quarter of 2001, e-business integrator Burntsand says it is on track to reach positive cash flow at the end of the first quarter, boosted by the recent acquisition of the North American assets of Primix Solutions.
Paul Mountford takes the reins as Cisco Systems' vice president of worldwide channels this week. Mountford, 43, replaces Tom Mitchell, who resigned in late August.
Microsoft defended the reputation of its new Web services software Thursday, claiming that a virus targeting files used in its .NET Framework is actually based on an old Windows virus.