• Red Tape Delays IT Spending By New Agency

    In the post-Sept. 11 world, the number of IT projects generated by the creation of the Department of Homeland Security was expected to exceed even generous estimates.

  • CA eTrusts Channel With Security Line

    Computer Associates International is shoring up plans to launch a channel-preferred sales strategy for its eTrust security products, said the company's top channel executive.

  • Veritas Undergoes Layoffs

    Veritas Software channel partners said the company's recent sales staff layoffs were necessary for it to remain competitive.

  • BlueTie To Launch New Channel Program

    BlueTie, a developer of hosted messaging and collaboration solutions for the SMB market, kicked off the new year with several milestones--including higher reseller margins and a segmented partner program--that company executives say proves their commitment to the channel.

  • WebEx Rolls Out Enterprise Edition

    WebEx Communications, a developer of Web-based video communications solutions, released its first Enterprise Edition, which includes new functions solution providers say should help increase their sales.

  • HP Reclaims Top Spot From Dell

    Aggressive promotions and price cuts gave worldwide personal computer sales an unexpected boost in the fourth quarter, and Hewlett-Packard reclaimed the market's top spot from Dell Computer, according to research figures released Thursday.

  • EBay's Fourth-Quarter Profits Triple

    Online auction leader eBay said its fourth-quarter profit more than tripled from the previous year as the Internet pioneer continued to avoid the economy's doldrums.