• Sun Taps Accenture For CRM Pact

    Sun Microsystems expanded its strategy of partnering with global systems integrators this week, inking a new pact with Accenture to deliver customer relationship management solutions to clients via the web.

  • Sprint Posts 3Q Loss; Cuts 2002 Outlook

    Sprint Corp., the No. 3 U.S. long-distance telephone company, Monday posted a wider fourth-quarter loss due to $1.8 billion in charges as it cut jobs and scrapped a high-speed network project, and said it sees 2002 profits at the low end of its prior forecast.

  • NuView Releases Software, Looks For VARs

    NuView on Monday unveiled the latest version of its storage management software aimed at virtualization enterprise storage under the Windows operating system. The company also said it is looking to depend on the channel for the bulk of its sales.

  • Lower-Cost Servers Open Doors for Stratus, VARs

    Few product introductions have enough impact to literally change the size of a market. But that's the effect the Stratus ftServer server family is having on the public health and safety market and other fields for some of its VARs.

  • Microsoft Ships New BizTalk

    Microsoft's BizTalk 2002, now available, offers tight links to the developer's Visual Studio.Net toolset, the company said Monday.

  • White House Aims To Slash Technology Grant Program

    The Bush administration Monday proposed sharp cuts in a program that provides grants for high-tech research, saying it amounts to corporate welfare and could be replaced by private venture-capital efforts.

  • Global Crossing Says Panel To Probe Accounting

    High-speed communications network operator Global Crossing Ltd., which filed for bankruptcy last week, Monday said it would form a special committee of independent directors to review a former employee's allegations of improper accounting.

  • Cray to Sell Dell Servers in Clusters

    Dell Computer on Monday said it signed a three-year agreement for supercomputer maker Cray to sell Dell computers in high-performance computing clusters.

  • Hewlett-Packard Sees Earnings Surpassing Estimates

    Computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it expects fiscal first-quarter earnings and revenues to be higher than anticipated due to greater consumer demand and cost-cutting.