• SCO Delays Earnings Report

    The SCO Group, which is preparing a legal challenge of the open-source movement, said Friday it has postponed its quarterly earnings report by two weeks in order to account for a $50 million investment.

  • Sanctum AppScan Helps To Catch Security Flaws Before They Creep In

    As applications become more sophisticated, time-to-market pressures are an increasingly significant part of today's security problems. Service-oriented architectures (SOAs), for instance, are going to make development a complex task. In addition, as more companies expose their systems to customers, they are making themselves more liable than ever before. The longer a company takes to fix defects in the application, the more expensive it will be to fix the application in the end.

  • Siemens Boosts IP Telephony Portfolio

    Siemens Information and Communication Networks bolstered its IP telephony portfolio with the introduction of a new line of IP phones and the latest version of its HiPath 4000 Real-Time IP System.

  • Microsoft To Open IP?

    Partners are skeptical about Microsoft's expanded IP licensing policy but are hopeful that it signals an acknowledgement that the company must loosen its grip on its proprietary technologies.

  • Intel: Processor Biz Strong

    Despite a $600 million write-off in its Wireless Communications and Computing Unit, chip maker Intel said its processor business is seasonally strong and has boosted its profit for the fourth quarter.

  • New Appliances Tackle Spam, Internet Filtering

    As deleting spam mail continues to consume significant portions of employees' days and companies find it increasingly important to monitor inappropriate Internet activities, solution providers are being asked to develop effective solutions. Fortunately, BorderWare's MXtreme MX-200 Mail Firewall Appliance 3.0 is a useful antidote against spam and other e-mail problems, while 8e6 Technologies' R3000 provides robust content filtering.

  • <I>CRN</I> Interview: Chuck Boesenberg, NETIQ

    NetIQ is aggressively growing its portfolio, bolstered by its, acquisitions last year of Marshal Software and PentaSafe Security Technologies. CRN Editor Heather Clancy recently spoke with NetIQ CEO, President and Chairman Chuck Boesenberg about his company's priorities in the security marketplace.

  • New Appliance From ISS

    Internet Security Systems last month introduced the latest in its Proventia line of network-protection appliances.

  • Tivoli: Life After Twomey

    IBM's Tivoli unit said last week that channel marketing guru Michael Gerentine will succeed retiring channel chief Michael Twomey.