• ISVs Hunt For Partners To Resell New Enterprise Antispam Solutions

    Even as e-mail leaders Microsoft, Lotus and Novell introduce enhanced antispam capabilities in their e-mail clients and servers, the spam crisis has given way to a bevy of enterprise-oriented spam-control solutions that have come on the market since the beginning of the year.

  • And the Best of Interop Winners Are...

    Think innovation. Think technical advancement. Think raising the bar. That's what the judges were looking for in determining the winners of the 2003 Best of Interop Awards, which honor the leading networking products, technologies and services exhibited at Networld Internet, this week in Las Vegas.

  • Synad Stakes Claim To Wireless LAN Breakthrough

    Synad Technologies, an upstart U.K.-based technology provider, has developed what it claims is a remotely configurable WLAN access point that for the first time will support 802.11a, 802.11b or 802.11g simultaneously from a single radio access point.

  • Microsoft's Gates Touts Digital Newspapers

    Technological advances such as improved note-taking software and online newspaper design programs will help newspapers evolve and bring in new readers, Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates said Tuesday.

  • Supermarket Tests RFID Chips

    The supermarket of the future has wireless express checkout, smart shelves that alert staff to expired cream cheese and a "VeggieVision" produce scale that sorts pears from peaches with a digital camera.

  • Ingram Micro Earnings Up

    Ingram Micro's sales declined in the first quarter ended March 29, but the company was back in the black, reporting $10.1 million in earnings, or 7 cents per share.

  • CA's Kumar Says Management Key To On-Demand Computing

    Computer Associates International President and CEO Sanjay Kumar on Tuesday unveiled the company's vision for on-demand computing and introduced new network management products to support that vision during a keynote address at NetWorld Interop here.

  • HP Announces New Workstations

    One week after AMD tossed its hat into the 64-bit computing ring with the launch of its Opteron processor for servers and workstations, Hewlett-Packard fired back with news that it is set to ship its first Intel-based Itanium 2 workstations running Windows XP.