• Sprint PCS Beats Analysts' Projections

    Sprint exceeded analysts' expectations for the first quarter, and said it's making progress in efforts to increase profitability and improve the company's efficiency despite a challenging market.

  • Microsoft Moves To Dismiss Case

    Microsoft attorneys Monday moved to dismiss the case by non-settling states seeking tougher sanctions against the company for its anti-competitive behavior.

  • Grimes: Sun To Roll Out Training For Sun ONE

    Sun Microsystems next month will implement training to help its traditional channel partners become successful selling the Sun Open Net Environment (ONE) architecture, Gary Grimes, Sun's vice president of partner management and sales operations, said Monday.

  • Groove Ships New Version of Collaboration Platform

    Groove Networks on Monday shipped the second version of its peer-to-peer collaboration software, called Groove version 2.0, which features additional integration tools and enhanced enterprise capabilities for project and meeting management.

  • <i>CRN</i> Interview: Kevin Browne, Microsoft's Macintosh Business Unit

    At Macworld Boston in August 1997, Macintosh loyalists were stunned to see Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates come on stage during the keynote of Apple Computer co-founder Steve Jobs. With Apple's market presence at a nadir, the high-tech luminaries unveiled a five-year pact in which Microsoft agreed to make Mac versions of its key software and invest $150 million in nonvoting shares of Apple stock.

  • Bruce Leaves Cisco Channels

    Cisco's channels organization Monday lost another top executive when Bob Bruce, vice president of worldwide service provider partners, left his position for personal reasons.

  • Sun: Software Is King

    Now that iPlanet is a division of Sun Microsystems, solution providers have a broader portfolio of products on which they can provide services, Sun executives told partners attending the vendor's iPlanet Partner Conference 2002 here Monday.

  • Microsoft Attorney Attempts To Discredit Economist

    A Microsoft attorney Monday fought to discredit the testimony of a University of California economist in the trial in which nine states are pressing for tougher sanctions against the software giant for anticompetitive behavior.

  • Sun Unveils iPlanet Product Road Map

    Sun Microsystems executives, at the iPlanet Partner Conference here Monday, unveiled a product road map for the iPlanet line, including a new version of the iPlanet Application Server that supports J2EE 1.3 and an integrated Web services development tool.

  • SEC, Justice Department Investigate HP Proxy Vote

    Hewlett-Packard said Monday that it is being investigated by both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York regarding proxy voting on its merger with Compaq Computer.