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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-27       Article Source : TechWeb News

Computer Associates International and Sun Microsystems will provide additional support for the Solaris 10 Operating System through an expanded partnership announced Wednesday.
 
The companies said CA would leverage Unicenter and BrightStor solutions to the operating system for x64 platforms. They said the arrangement would lower costs, increase business value from data center investments and optimize systems availability and performance.

CA's Unicenter NSM will increase support, such as load balancing and diagnostics through Sun's Solaris Container's capabilities. AutoSys Job Management

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-26       Article Source : Reuters

Business software maker Computer Associates International Inc. on Tuesday said it returned to quarterly profit from a year-earlier loss as acquisitions and changes by new management boosted sales.
 
The company is recovering from what Chief Executive John Swainson on Tuesday termed "a near-death experience." A former IBM software executive, Swainson took the helm of the company in November 2004. His predecessor, Sanjay Kumar, was indicted in September 2004 amid a government probe into accounting irregularities.

For its second fiscal

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-26       Article Source : NewsFactor

Microsoft has announced that it will include data-culling technology in the upcoming version of Microsoft Office, codenamed Office 12.
 
The company said the business-intelligence technology will provide easy access to critical company data through tighter integration with Microsoft's SQL Server and SharePoint Products and Technologies.

Office 12, scheduled for release in 2006, will aim to make better use of the Excel spreadsheet program to analyze company data by enhancing server-side analysis and dashboard options in its SharePoint portal and

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-26       Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

Skype users are being urged to upgrade to the latest version of the popular Internet telephony client, thanks to a number of critical flaws in the software that were disclosed Tuesday by Skype's maker, Skype Technologies.
 
If exploited, two of the flaws could allow attackers to take over a Skype user's system, the company said in an advisory published Tuesday. These flaws affect a number of Windows versions of the software ranging between versions 1.1 and 1.4, the statement said.
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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-26       Article Source : AFP

Electronic Arts computer game company trumped its competitors this year when it came to revenues, popular titles, and happy workers, a trade magazine announced.
 
Electronic Arts (EA) of Redwood City in Silicon Valley headed Game Developer magazine's "Top 20" list of entertainment software publishers.

Measures used in the study included revenues, numbers of new releases, quality of games, and staff pay and perks, according to the magazine.

This was the third consecutive year that EA won the top

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-25       Article Source : Small Business Pipeline

SAP today announced the latest version of SAP Business One, its business management software suite designed to meet the needs of small and medium-size businesses (SMBs).
 
SAP Business One is an integrated software solution that manages all aspects of a business, including sales, finance, purchasing, inventory, and manufacturing. The new version enables faster installation, sports a more intuitive user interface, incorporates global trade features, and offers Microsoft Excel-based reporting and analytics.

The improved user interface allows users to filter

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Posted by inet on 2005-10-25       Article Source : InfoWorld

Tibco Software on Monday announced it acquired Velosel, a provider of master data management software. The application integration company will add Velosel's technology, which creates a master data hub to synchronize information between retailers and manufacturers in the consumer goods and retail industries.
 
According to Neeraj Gokhale, founder of Velosel, there is $40 billion of pricing and product inconsistencies between retailers and manufacturers that needs to be resolved.

"It is critical to create a consistent master data repository to

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-25   

OpenOffice.org has officially rolled out the second version of its open-source productivity suite, and its backers are hoping that new features and support from government agencies will give the application the boost it needs to take on Microsoft Office.
 
The latest version, available for free, has been under development for two years and is compatible with Windows,     Linux, and Solaris. The software takes advantage of open-source code developed by Sun Microsystems and first released in 2000 as the OpenOffice.org project.

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-25       Article Source : InfoWorld

Palm's Treo 650, one of the hottest smartphones on the market, is poised to become even more enchanting to corporate workers with the addition of Research In Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry push e-mail software.
 
Starting early next year, Palm will implement the BlackBerry software alongside its VersaMail e-mail client in order to keep a familiar look and feel in place for Palm OS users, said Joe Fabris, director of wireless marketing for Palm. Treo 650s with the BlackBerry software will be

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-24       Article Source : AP

SEATTLE - Microsoft Corp.'s plans to add to its Office business software suite technology for easily culling data from large corporate databases, and that could squeeze smaller, specialized competitors.
 
The technology, called Business Intelligence, has traditionally been used mainly by full-time analysts or other more specialized workers.

But Redmond-based Microsoft believes more and more everyday workers may begin to use it for things like setting budgets or tracking customer satisfaction.

Chris Caren, general manager for Office Business Applications

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-23       Article Source : TechWeb News

SAP AG's high-stakes gambit to rip apart its enterprise applications suite and build them on a services orientated architecture (SOA) platform is showing results, as reflected in a solid earnings report this week. But the project isn't complete.
 
SAP customer contracts signed between July 1 and Sept. 30 with Applied Materials, Carrier Corp., North Carolina Office of the State Controller, and more than a dozen other companies boosted its software sales 20 percent in the third quarter to $707 million

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-22       Article Source : TechWeb News

U.S. businesses seeking to expand operations overseas face numerous challenges, even if they use the Internet to help with communications, distribution, marketing, and customer service. One of the biggest issues is managing IT systems in countries that have difficult climates, poor or nonexistent communications infrastructure, and local politics that can make on-the-ground support costly.
 
Remote management vendor Uplogix Inc. on Monday unveils Envoy 2.0, network management software for centralized and remote management that makes use of out-of-band techniques. Out-of-band management

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Posted by iMark on 2005-10-22   

Composite Software released Composite Information Server (CIS) 3.6 on October 11. CIS 3.6 aims to give enterprises faster and broader access to data stored in disparate locations and applications by accelerating query response times and extending EII's benefits to more users.

 
CIS 3.6 introduces a new modeling wizard that allows developers to effectively support the growing number of XML-based applications. Until now, constructing XML data from raw sources for use in dashboards or views was difficult and time consuming, slowing

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Posted by iNext on 2005-10-21       Article Source : TechWeb News

To ward-off bootleggers in the motion picture industry, Dolby Laboratories Inc. is developing digital rights management software for servers used by theater owners that are swapping out celluloid for digital projector and IT networks.
 
A spotlight will shine on the San Francisco-based developer of music and sound systems' new server technology next month. Dolby's server technology will support the Walt Disney Studios rollout of "Chicken Little" on Nov. 4 across the country, and will debut in about 85 theaters in

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Posted by iTech on 2005-10-21       Article Source : NewsFactor

Microsoft Office has become a bastion of the PC work environment, with each new release over the years incorporating an extensive array of new features. Over time, however, individual Office applications such as Word have evolved into monstrous hydras with thousands of different functions hiding in what has become, for many users, a bewildering maze.
 
To cut back on clutter, the software giant has completely redesigned the user interface (UI) for the next iteration of its Office software suite, codenamed

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