• Siebel Taps EAI Vendors for New Integration Solution

    Siebel Systems has tapped enterprise application integration (EAI) software vendors webMethods and SeeBeyond to support its upcoming Application Network, a standards-based solution designed to help integrate Siebel applications with those from other vendors.

  • Microsoft In New Territory

    Microsoft hopes to tread onto Unix OS terrain with the release of Windows.Net server later this year, and also plans to enter mainframe territory in 2004 with a Windows server product code-named Longhorn.

  • Diaster Recovery Seeing Resurgence

    Here's a recipe for disaster: Stephen Allen, president of New York-based SMB solution provider Integrated Technology Systems, said he figures that 80 percent of backup tapes are stored within 100 feet of a server.

  • iCan Marks Two Years With New Upgrade

    Computer Associates International spin-off iCan SP is ushering in its two-year anniversary with a facelift for its products and channel programs. The company plans to add partners and clients to its roster and launch an upgrade to its service management suite later this year, iCan SP executives said.

  • Scient Exploring Options After 1Q Loss

    Scient CEO Christopher Formant worked hard Tuesday to paint a positive picture as the struggling e-services company, based here, reported its first full quarter results after merging with Atlanta-based iXL.

  • Chambers: 'Cautiously Optimistic' Outlook For Second Half

    Cisco Systems CEO and President John Chambers said he is "cautiously optimistic" about the second half of 2002 and said the high-tech industry must keep focused on basics such as profits and cash flow, during his keynote at Cisco Partner Summit 2002.

  • Veritas Bets Its Future on Partnerships

    Veritas Software, the eighth largest software company in the world, is spending this week crystallizing its storage management roadmap in an attempt to fend off the swarm of newcomers and veteran storage vendors looking to take a bite out of the market that CEO, chairman and president Gary Bloom says Veritas leads.