• Sept. 11 Brings New IT Priorities

    n the wake of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, the federal government has crossed some items off its IT shopping list and added others.

  • McAfee On The Offensive

    The McAfee Security division of Network Associates this week plans to unveil a new tool to combat computer viruses before they hit.

  • Battered Andersen Backs Volcker Split-Up Plan

    Accounting firm Andersen will back away from its consulting business and focus on auditing as it fights a criminal indictment over audits that failed to flag the looming collapse of energy trader Enron Corp., former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker said Friday.

  • CA Under Fire

    Some solution providers share Ranger Governance's view that drastic changes at Computer Associates International are warranted, but others believe the ouster of CA's top three executives,which the investment firm has called for,would be disruptive.

  • KeyLink Vows To Keep Compaq But Pushes IBM

    KeyLink Systems expects to maintain its distribution relationship with Compaq Computer after a merger between the PC maker and Hewlett-Packard is complete, despite reports it may be trying to woo more midrange solution providers to the IBM platform.

  • Microsoft's Next SQL

    A massive effort by Microsoft to move Exchange Server from its current Web Storage System (WSS) to a new SQL Server-based store could open up big opportunities for solution providers.

  • Hewlett's Charge

    Dissident board member Walter Hewlett is charging in a complaint that Hewlett-Packard coerced Deutsche Bank at the last minute into voting in favor of its merger with Compaq Computer.