Archive: 04/22/2007

Tidal Challenges Dominant Job Schedulers

Tidal Software on April 23 will step up its challenge to the dominant players in the job-scheduling market when it launches the next major release of its Tidal Enterprise Scheduler. Tidal, historically a Windows-based, job-scheduling ...

dateApr 22, 2007 in Software
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Infant deaths increase in South

Cuts in welfare and poor medical care may be responsible for a sharp increase in infant deaths in Mississippi and neighboring states, doctors said.

dateApr 22, 2007 in Health
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CA Struggles with Scandal

If CA is working to put its scandal-ridden past behind it and move back into prominence, the recommendation by the company's Special Litigation Committee to sue former Chairman and co-founder Charles Wang for $500 million ...

dateApr 22, 2007 in Business
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SAP Brings Good Q1 News to Sapphire

SAP reported its first quarter 2007 earnings April 20, highlighting a jump in profits. Net income for the quarter was $413 million, up from $282 million a year ago, and total revenue jumped 6 percent to $295 billion, in what ...

dateApr 22, 2007 in Business
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Poll Shows Developer Support for GPLv3

Some open-source developers believe that the upcoming GNU GPLv3 will be good for open-source software, but they are concerned about its patent and digital rights management provisions.

dateApr 22, 2007 in Other
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Ricoh Launches Economic Application for Its MFPs

Earlier this week, Ricoh released its Smart Accounting software, which enables small and medium-sized businesses to keep track of their document-related expenses on their Ricoh multifunctional products.

dateApr 22, 2007 in Software
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Nokia Still King In Shrinking Phone Market

Nokia emerged as the top mobile phone vendor for the first quarter of 2007, but mobile phone makers saw an overall decline in growth due in part to the dwindling pool of consumers without cell phones, according to a report ...

dateApr 22, 2007 in Business
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Red Hat's JBoss to Adopt Fedora Model

The JBoss division of Red Hat is slated to move to a model in which its source code control system will be public and backward compatibility is not guaranteed, sources say.

dateApr 22, 2007 in Software
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