• Gateway Chases Consumer-Electronics Sales

    In the last year alone, Gateway has become a serious player in flat-panel TVs and entered hot categories like digital cameras, camcorders and music players. Its stores got a $20 million facelift that relegated PCs to the back to make room for the new gizmos.

  • Microsoft Ships Systems Management Server 2003

    In an unusual twist of timing, Microsoft issued its monthly security bulletin on the same day it formally launched its key patch management platform, Systems Management Server 2003, at the IT Forum in Copenhagen.

  • Accenture: Environment Primed For IT Comeback

    Accenture executives believe that an overwhelming need to "industrialize" certain business processes and provide better access to information in realtime will be among the factors driving its anticipated revenue growth of 5 percent to 10 percent in its current fiscal year.

  • CompuCom CEO Sees Steady Services Growth

    CompuCom will find it a long shot to reach the $1 billion mark in annual service revenue, but the sector remains the solution provider's most profitable source of income, said Ed Coleman, CEO of the national reseller and service company.

  • Tenrox Upgrades Software For IT Governance

    Tenrox on Monday released the latest version of its software for tracking and managing all aspects of an IT organization's activities. The software, which helps oversee employee-related processes such as expenses, billing, charge-backs, procurement and time spent on projects, works with customers' financial applications and Microsoft Project Server.

  • Microsoft To Address Critics At Hearing

    Microsoft Corp. is going to launch a last-ditch effort Wednesday to avoid harsh penalties in Europe for alleged monopolistic behavior that could force it to change the way it sells its ubiquitous Windows software.

  • Sybase To Roll Out Realtime Database

    Continuing to position itself as the unwired database company, Sybase will release a "realtime database" later this year and continue to invest in becoming the key brand in mobile middleware, a company executive said.

  • Top CIOs: Don't Expect Bigger Budgets

    The CIOs of Johnson & Johnson and Time Warner Music said they don't predict a significant uptick in IT spending in the near term and described technology investments as continuing to be surgical for the foreseeable future.