Oracle’s senior vice president of applications development, John Wookey, spoke recently with with Marc L Songini of Computerworld US about Project Fusion.
Stories by Marc Songini
The U.S. Department of State is on track to start issuing radio frequency identification (RFID) chipped passports next week, despite warnings from some security experts that such systems could be accessed or tracked by hackers.
SAN FRANCISCO (10/06/2003) - More than two years after it chose PeopleSoft Inc.'s software for a massive human resources (HR) system, the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) is finally ready to start development work on the US$320 million-plus project. But it will take another four years to complete the rollout, military officials said.
To ease migration from SNA to IP.
Some noncore businesses will be sold
IBM yesterday announced its plans for rolling out products and programs to help AS/400 users interested in running Windows NT/2000 applications in their shops.
Ending an era, The Santa Cruz Operation Inc. will be selling off its Unix product line and professional services arm to Linux vendor Caldera Inc.
IBM, Computer Associates and BMC Software will announce products this week that should help customers manage Linux applications on mainframes. IBM has seen about 4,000 downloads of the Linux mainframe software from the Web since January.
Big Iron users who want real-time reporting as well as analysis and capacity planning may be interested in a new software suite from BMC Software.
Hopes to revitalise the AS/400 line
Most customers comfortable with change
Acquisition Sun's way into storage systems management
Pfeiffer reiterates plan for Compaq to reach $US50bn in sales in three years