U.S. military satellites to be reviewed

A top U.S. Air Force official has ordered a review of all current military satellites to determine if they are vulnerable to attack.

Overland Announces Layoffs, Executive Changes

The company's chairman says high-level spending during last 18 months in R&D for tape automation, disk-based backup and RAID products is main reason for cutbacks.

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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.

Oracle Reaches Out to Apps Partners

The company's new Application Integration Architecture is helping to bring in partners in its applications business—a cultural shift for Oracle.

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.

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