• Eyeing E-Mail Dominance

    Despite the stagnant IT environment, more than 50 million new e-mail and calendaring seats were sold last year, according to a new survey from IDC.

  • ATG CEO Upbeat About Gains Despite 2Q Loss

    Despite a loss for the quarter, Art Technology Group CEO Paul Shorthose said Thursday that he is pleased with the CRM vendor's second-quarter results on many levels, including an increase in revenue from channel partners.

  • Gates At Lunch: Kinder, Gentler On Oracle?

    Feeling generous, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates took a kinder, gentler approach to nemesis Oracle during an informal luncheon Thursday here at Microsoft's annual meeting for Wall Street analysts.

  • Kothari To Leave Cisco Channels

    Cisco Systems said Thursday that Tushar Kothari, vice president of worldwide channels, is leaving his post for a new position within Cisco effective Aug. 1.

  • Pivotal Posts Slight 4Q Loss

    Pivotal earned revenue of $19.1 million for its fourth fiscal quarter, slightly down from the $22.2 million it logged for the same period a year ago. Pro forma loss for the period was $800,000, or 3 cents per share, compared with a loss of $1.8 million, or 7 cents a share, for the fourth quarter last year.

  • It's A Deal: EYT Buys Signature Systems

    EYT's acquisition of Signature Systems last week boosts the company's commitment to grow its midmarket offerings with Microsoft Business Solutions, said Barry Culman, COO of EYT.

  • Hard Facts: July 29, 2002

    Data from CRN's business spending survey shows that large-company technology spending priorities have declined across the board over the past few months. No area has been spared: The level of spending priority was lower in the June spending survey compared with the March survey in all eight hardware/software and all 11 Internet-related categories CRN regularly surveys. In critical areas such as CRM and wireless, the decline was nearly in the double digits.