• Storage Wares Abound

    At the Storage Networking World exhibition to be held here this week, storage vendors plan to introduce a variety of hardware, software and service products.

  • EMC Jolts Arrays Channel

    With revenue expected to be flat for the rest of the year, EMC is planning to increase its channel presence and capabilities through new initiatives, including online configuration tools.

  • Palm Goes Enterprise

    Palm this week plans to unveil its first enterprise-class handheld devices under the new Tungsten brand.

  • Daisytek Shares Fall After 2Q Warning

    Daisytek International shares fell 18 percent in early afternoon trading Friday after the distributor said it will not meet analysts' expectations for the second quarter ended Sept. 30.

  • Office 11 Shows Promise

    The compelling selling point of Microsoft Office 11 is not its feature set but the elegance of its XML support across the application set and integration with Microsoft's next SharePoint upgrade and XDocs technology, industry observers say.

  • Groove 2.5 Poised To Take Web Services Plunge

    Groove Networks is working on the next version of its collaborative software, adding support for important Web services protocols and integration with Microsoft SharePoint Team Services, sources said.

  • Sun Joins WS-I

    After a very public feud between Sun Microsystems and founders of the Web Services Interoperabilty Organization (WS-I), Sun has decided to join the group as a contributing member, officials said Thursday.

  • Insight Sales, Earnings Rise In 3Q

    Insight Enterprises reported earnings of $10.1 million, or 22 cents per share, on $854 million in sales for its third quarter ended Sept. 30. The results compare with earnings of $8.3 million, or 20 cents per share, on sales of $490.2 million in the year-ago quarter.

  • Avnet Posts 1Q Loss Of $488,000

    Avnet reported a loss of $488,000 on sales of $2.17 billion in its first-quarter, ended Sept. 27. The distributor posted break-even earnings per share, beating Thomson Financial/First Call projections by 1 cent per share.