• Secure Computing Readies Appliance

    Secure Computing is developing an appliance that combines features of its Sidewinder firewall with features of the Gauntlet firewall it bought from Network Associates earlier this year.

  • HP Beefs Up Support For OpenView Suite

    Hewlett-Packard this week at its HP Software Forum user conference here plans to introduce new products and upgrades that bolster the storage, Web application and service management capabilities of its OpenView network management suite.

  • Panasonic Adds A Little Color

    Though Panasonic is no stranger to the printing arena, it's just getting its feet wet in the color laser segment. Yet the CRN Test Center thinks Panasonic is off to a solid start with the debut of the single-pass WORKiO CL500, its first color laser printer.

  • Message Received

    Instant messaging is both a blessing and a curse in the corporate environs it has invaded in the past few years, solution providers say.

  • BEA Readies WebLogic Wares To Ward Off Sun

    BEA Systems this week plans to ship three new WebLogic products, including a Java virtual machine that will optimize the platform on Intel-based servers to combat competition from Sun Microsystems, sources close to BEA said.

  • A Little Knowledge

    Microsoft's Knowledge Worker effort will get a boost at TechXNY/PC Expo this week with an opening-day keynote by Microsoft Group Vice President Jeff Raikes.

  • Qwest CEO Tackles Finances

    New Qwest Communications International Chairman and CEO Richard Notebaert is starting the turnaround for the struggling carrier, but some channel partners say a change at the top may not be enough.

  • Bell Micro SAN Plan

    Specialty distributor Bell Microproducts today unveiled an SMB SAN bundle that solution providers say will help open doors when they call on first-time SAN customers.