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  • Sybase Upgrade On Tap

    Sybase's iAnywhere Solutions subsidiary Monday plans to introduce the latest version of its management software for PCs, laptops and mobile devices.

  • AirMagnet Eases Wireless Security Tasks

    Troubleshooting wireless networks can be both frustrating and time-consuming. AirMagnet offers to ease troubleshooting and security tasks with AirMagnet Wireless LAN Analyzer. The product brings a plethora of easy-to-use and -understand functions to both 802.11b- based and 802.11a-based networks.

  • Sun To Use Software To Beef Up Storage

    Newly-acquired software and virtualization technology combined with a stronger channel partner focus will help Sun Microsystems continue to grow as a one-stop-shop for storage in 2003, said Mark Canepa, executive vice president of storage products for the company.

  • U.S. Economy Slows To 0.7 Percent Rate

    The U.S. economy slowed dramatically in the final quarter of last year, growing at a annual rate of just 0.7 percent as consumers turned cautious in the face of war worries, a rollercoaster stock market and a stagnant job climate and increased their spending by the smallest amount since 1993.

  • Insight Loses $78.1M In 4Q

    Insight Enterprises reported a loss for its fourth quarter and said it expects demand for computer products to remain sluggish.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Shai Agassi, SAP

    As a member of SAP's executive board, Shai Agassi is directly responsible for crafting SAP's strategy around next-generation integration technologies such as Web services. Aagassispoke with CRN Editor in Chief Michael Vizard about how integration technologies such as Web services are helping to drive SAP's next-generation applications strategy, as well as the company's plans for attracting new channel partners specifically for the midmarket.

  • Mercury Payment Speeds Up Credit-Card Authorization

    Mercury Payment Systems is vying for the attention of POS solution providers with a platform that provides faster IP transaction processing and the chance to generate recurring fee revenue that previously went to third-party banks.

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