• Solution Providers: Need For Efficiency Driving Government Market

    Government agencies are buying technology products that will make them more efficient and reduce operating costs, passing up on products heavily loaded with features and high price tags, say government solution providers.

  • System Management Arts Expands Range

    System Management Arts (SMARTS) on Monday expanded the range of third-party management platforms and protocols with which its automated service assurance software communicates.

  • Lotus Latest to Embrace Java

    While concerns over the company's technological vision arose last year following Lotusphere 2001, Lotus at least in part elucidated its strategy this year by committing to Java as its "platform of the future."

  • Lotus Rolls Out New Services Strategy

    Lotus general manager Al Zollar in his keynote address Monday at Lotusphere 2002 said his company would take a new approach to selling services.

  • JNI, Troika in Exclusive License Deal

    JNI has been granted an exclusive license to Troika Networks' high-availability storage networking and clustering software as well as the distribution rights to the Zentai family of controllers in an estimated $10 million deal.

  • MyParty Worm Spreading

    A new mass-mailing worm that masquerades as a URL was spreading Monday, antivirus vendors said.

  • No Surprise: Lotus Embraces J2EE

    Lotus Software Monday pledged full support to Sun's Java 2, Enterprise Edition standard here at Lotusphere.

  • Global Crossing Files Bankruptcy, Gets Investment

    High-speed communications services company Global Crossing Ltd. said Monday it filed for bankruptcy, and business partners in Asia agreed to provide a $750 million cash investment for a majority stake in the company.

  • Storage Execs Come Home; CDs Spin Faster

    Here's the latest roundup of storage news, as seen through the bloodshot eyes of CRN Senior Editor Joseph F. Kovar:

  • Palm Targets Enterprise Market With New Wireless Device

    Palm on Monday introduced a pocket computer organizer that can surf the Web, grab e-mail and communicate without wires, hoping corporate executives will see the device as a must-have business tool and order lots of them.

  • Xerox Reports Surprising Operating Profit

    Office equipment maker Xerox on Monday reported a surprise profit, before unusual items, for the fourth quarter of 2001 and said it is confident of a profit for 2002 as well.