When IT executive James Dallas attended his first NASCAR race about ten years ago, he learned some fast lessons — not about driving stock cars at high speed, but about fostering innovation within a technology organisation.
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Bowing to the flooding catastrophe that struck New Orleans this week in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Hewlett-Packard Co. said it plans to reschedule the HP Technology Forum conference it had planned to hold in the city next month.
The first two of the seven new top-level domains (TLD) approved for addition to the official Internet domain name system became operational today after the U.S. Department of Commerce gave the go-ahead for them to be activated.
Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday warned that it's becoming "more cautious" about the revenue outlook during its current fiscal quarter, saying a slowdown in IT spending appears to be spreading to other parts of the world beyond the U.S. and Europe.
Preview release costs $US19.95 from Microsoft's Web site
E-tailer reducing its revenue forecast for this year by about $500 million
Kevin McKay takes up his new role in August
Linux OS is hidden from end users
HTML interface due for general release by year's end
SAP AG late yesterday announced that a promised Linux version of its R/3 enterprise resource planning (ERP) system has gone into beta testing.
Prospective userslook to avoid Oracle’s slow fat-client product
Companies hack in application servers
After failing to live up to predictions of renewed vigor last year, Sybase Inc. is trying to regain the confidence of database buyers by overhauling its sales force and targeting a trio of application niches.
SQL Server 7.0 now to ship mid-1998 at the earliest
Users becoming impatient at lack of strategy