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  • 3Com's Enterprise Plans

    3Com plans to expand its enterprise networking offerings in the wake of the sale of its CommWorks division, which builds hardware for telecom service providers.

  • Hard Facts: March 10, 2003

    The overall level of solution provider satisfaction with software vendors' channel programs declined in February to its lowest level since CRN began collecting monthly data more than a year ago.

  • Server Virtualization Market Shakeup

    Microsoft took a big leap into the Intel virtual server software market when it gobbled up the assets of Connectix. However, it will face tough competition from a more entrenched player known as VMware.

  • IBM Details Salary Changes For Software Group

    An internal memo from IBM Senior Vice President and Group Executive for Software Steve Mills outlines changes to employees' 2003 compensation, which includes delays to salary increases that typically take effect May 1.

  • CSC Closes DynCorp Acquisition

    IT services giant Computer Sciences Corp. said on Friday that it has wrapped up its acquisition of DynCorp, a Reston, Va.-based technology and outsourcing firm specializing in the federal government market.

  • Sun Set To Beta Test StarOffice 6.1

    Sun will release the first beta of StarOffice 6.1, its office suite for Windows, Linux, and Solaris on Monday, the company announced on Friday.

  • SCO Sues IBM Over Unix For $1 Billion

    The SCO Group, formerly Caldera Systems, announced today that it has filed a lawsuit against IBM seeking $1 billion in damages for allegedly misappropriating its Unix software license.

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