• Full Court Press: Hewlett-Packard

    Hewlett-Packard Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina testified in a Delaware courtroom that merger metrics numbers contained in HP's proxy statement remain sound, despite allegations that revenue forecasts were falling far short of projections.

  • Cisco's Changes

    When Cisco Systems' channel chief Paul Mountford takes the stage at the Cisco Partner Summit this week in Orlando, Fla., he'll face a tough crowd.

  • Insight Acquires Reseller Comark

    Insight Enterprises, a direct marketing company with a business-process outsourcing arm, is now also a solution provider following its acquisition of Comark last week.

  • Linux Developer Dilemma

    Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he hopes new documentation from Intel to address what was first thought to be a security issue involving Linux running on Pentium III servers won't force Linux developers to modify the open-source operating system.

  • Qwest Creating Security SLAs

    Qwest Communications International is attempting to develop service-level agreements for security offerings as part of an initiative planned for the second quarter, said Qwest business partners.

  • AMD: 64-Bit Server Chip In 2003

    Advanced Micro Devices' next-generation 64-bit processor for servers will be named Opteron and is slated to ship in the first half of next year, the company said.

  • BackWeb Updates ProactivePortal Server

    BackWeb's Version 2 release of its ProactivePortal Server follows newly established vendor partnerships that places the company comfortably in the offline portal vendor market.

  • Ingram Micro Helps Out

    Ingram Micro aims to help small-business solution providers better manage their vendor certifications and market their professional services.