SAP has made an undisclosed investment in a Visiprise, which develops integration software for manufacturing companies that use SAP NetWeaver.
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As virtualsation technology gets increasing attention from large enterprises, the founder of the Xen open source project said recently that Xen will develop more quickly compared with competitors, including Microsoft and VMware.
In the next few weeks, Symantec will roll out products aimed at early adopters of the Windows Vista OS and 64-bit computing, while also expanding the capabilities of its backup software.
British electronic-crime detectives are investigating a massive data theft operation that stole sensitive information from 8,500 people in the U.K. and others in some 60 countries, officials said Tuesday.
Computer security analysts who fight spam face the same thankless task as goalkeepers: they don’t get much credit for the unsolicited email they stop, only demerits for the ones that get through.
Research analysts at Gartner Inc. are predicting a sticky web of security hazards for IT professionals over the next two years, ranging from targeted financial attacks to spyware to rootkits.
Cybercriminals created a record number of phishing websites in July and also hijacked a record number of brands to help them do their work, says a consortium that monitors online fraud.
Sun Microsystems Inc. launched a portal site for its Java programming language on Tuesday as the company inches closer to making the Java code open source, a company executive said Tuesday.
AOL LLC has apparently released details of Internet searches performed over a period of three months by hundreds of thousands of its subscribers, raising privacy concerns.
Sun Microsystems laid off workers in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia on Friday as part of belt tightening that is expected to claim up to 5000 jobs at the beleaguered company.
BT Group PLC is dumping one of its main contractors for the 10-year project to upgrade U.K.'s national health system in a move to deliver system upgrades faster, a spokesman for the telecommunications company said Tuesday.
Red Hat faces a patent infringement lawsuit over an application that came under its wing as a result of its acquisition of JBoss.
The UK National Health Service (NHS) ought to terminate and replace contractors if they don’t meet deadlines for its massive upgrade of England’s healthcare IT systems, a recent UK government audit report says.
Microsoft has been hit with a second lawsuit over Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA), its antipiracy program that checks if the Windows operating system on a machine has a valid license.
The company that manages the UK's top-level domain has struck a truce with the US-based organization responsible for overseeing Internet domain names, cooling ongoing disagreements over administrative control of the Internet.