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  • Legato to Buy OTG in $403 Million Deal

    Legato Systems, a provider of enterprise storage management software, on Thursday announced its acquisition of OTG Software in a cash and stock transaction valued at $403 million.

  • BEA Systems 4Q Net Profit Falls

    BEA Systems on Thursday said quarterly net profit fell from a year earlier, but the business software maker surpassed Wall Street forecasts as it added 700 new customers during the quarter.

  • Database Aces

    Bruce Lindsay, Pat Selinger and Don Haderle say they have the best jobs in the world.

  • Hard Facts: February 25, 2002

    A brighter outlook for the economy seems to be casting a more positive impact on solution providers' sales expectations, according to data from CRN's monthly solution provider survey.

  • White-Box Sales On Upswing

    Aided by an economic uptick and confusion surrounding the proposed merger of Hewlett-Packard and Compaq Computer, sales of white-box servers and desktops rose significantly in the second half of 2001 and gained momentum in January 2002, said solution providers polled by CRN.

  • RSA Puts Spotlight On Security

    Against a national backdrop of heightened security awareness, data security specialists will gather here this week for the RSA Conference, where dozens of companies are expected to launch new security products and services.

  • Compaq Partners Weigh In

    Many solution providers complain about Compaq. And there certainly are reasons to do so: the company's direct sales arm, frequent channel program changes and myriad other concerns. But some solution providers say whining is not the answer and suggest finding a way to work with the vendor.

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