• PC Connection Beats 4Q Expectations

    PC Connection earned $2.9 million, or 12 cents per share, in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, compared with $1.4 million in net income, or 6 cents per share, in the year-ago quarter.

  • 'SQL Slammer' Researcher Rethinks Disclosures

    The British computer expert whose research was linked to the weekend's damaging Internet attack pledged Wednesday to reconsider publishing blueprints for attack programs that exploit flaws he discovers in popular software.

  • Polivec Enlists Channel

    PoliVec last week launched a global partner program to boost sales of its security policy automation software.

  • Seismic Shifts Abound At Lotus

    Lotusphere 2003 kicked off last week with new products, new names and new faces. The only question is, now, does Lotus need a new strategy?

  • Sun: Microsoft Injunction Is Critical

    A federal judge's order that would force Microsoft Corp. to include Sun Microsystems' programming language in the latest version of Windows is necessary to prevent the language from becoming extinct, Sun argued in a court filing.

  • IBM, HDS Attempt To Steal EMC's Thunder

    At least two vendors are trying steal the thunder, or in Hitachi's case the Lightning, from EMC's expected debut Monday of its new flagship storage array by unveiling relatively minor enhancements to their competing products.

  • Toshiba Cuts Losses, Ups Sales

    Toshiba trimmed its loss and boosted sales in the third quarter compared to a year ago and affirmed its forecast of returning to profitability for the year.

  • IBM To Offer VARs Incentives To Target Midmarket

    IBM has been talking a lot about its push into the mid-market lately with new products and services for customers with more than 100 employees. Now Big Blue is taking a major step toward bringing its partners into the fold. The company is investing $500 million in a program called SMB Advantage with the specific goal of helping solution providers make more money focusing on mid-market customers.