• Oculan Puts It All-In-One

    Oculan Tuesday plans to launch a new product line for small and midsize businesses that integrates functionality currently available through the vendor's family of network management and security appliances into a single box.

  • Airespace Unveils WLAN Platform

    WLAN infrastructure vendor Airespace this week is set to introduce a new enterprise WLAN platform that the company says includes software aimed at simplifying deployment and centralizing network intelligence.

  • Lexmark Launches New Printer Lines

    Lexmark today announced a blitz of 11 new printer models that will extend the company's line of color and monochrome printers on both the high and low ends, as well as add new multifunction capabilities.

  • State CIOs Gain Clout

    GOVERNMENT It's not an easy time to be a state CIO these days. Deficits, homeland security and limited funds coming from the feds are issues of the day. This week, many of those CIOs, along with some of their IT and systems integration partners, are gathering in Pittsburgh for the spring meeting of the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO) to share ideas with each other and the industry.

  • New Regs Drive Content Management Business

    Companies have been glutted with data for years, but a raft of post-Enron regulations have now made it imperative for them to get a better grip on their information and how it can be parsed, sorted and managed.

  • Microsoft Spills More SharePoint Details

    Continuing its iWave push, Microsoft this week is expected to spill more details on its SharePoint Portal Server and underlying collaboration services to be bundled with Windows 2003 server.

  • Siebel Systems Warns on Lower 1Q Earnings

    Siebel Systems on Friday warned that its first-quarter earnings will fall below Wall Street's expectations, joining several other high-tech companies that have braced investors for disappointment.

  • Akamai Declines To Assist Al-Jazerra Site

    The Web site of Arab satellite news channel Al-Jazeera was refused assistance this week when it sought help from Akamai Technologies in dealing with hacking attacks and massive interest from Web users.

  • iAnywhere Eyes Web Services

    iAnywhere, which leads the field in tiny, embeddable databases, plans to update its offering later this year with support for key Web services standards and new ties to Microsoft's .Net platform.