Twenty-three percent of respondents to a ChangeWave Research study said their companies will reduce or halt IT spending in the second quarter of this year, results that underscore recent concerns about a U.S. recession.
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A British consumer advocacy group is charging that Microsoft and other major software companies engage in misleading and unfair practices related to end-user license agreements (EULAs), and has asked for an investigation by the U.K.'s Office of Fair Trading (OFT).
Sun is shipping xVM Ops Center, a data center automation console compatible with Linux- and Solaris-based x86 and SPARC environments.
Students at North Carolina State University are learning to build business applications in the Web 2.0 mold using an IBM incubator project called Project Zero.
Red Hat and Hyperic have formed an open-source project for developing a core set of IT infrastructure management capabilities, the companies announced Thursday.
A US district court judge has ordered that Oracle's lawsuit against SAP and its TomorrowNow subsidiary be sent to mediation, according to a court document posted on a Web site SAP set up for the case.
Krugle shipped on Tuesday an upgrade of its enterprise code search appliance for software development teams that is designed to offer improved scalability and search accuracy.
Sun announced Tuesday that it is buying Innotek, maker of VirtualBox, virtualization software that may have more value for software developers than data-center administrators.
A new survey by IAG Consulting finds that among two-thirds of companies polled, it is "improbable" that an IT project will be considered an overall success, due to inadequately or improperly gathered business requirements.
The SAS Institute has updated its products for data mining and forecasting.
It's hard not to let out a low whistle when you scan <a href="http://www.web-strategist.com/blog/2007/02/12/list-of-white-label-social-networking-platforms/">this post</a> at Jeremiah Owyang's blog.
IBM, Google, Microsoft, Verisign and Yahoo have joined the corporate board of the OpenID Foundation, giving a boost to the group's efforts to simplify the process of signing into Web sites.
Autonomy's ZANTAZ division said Wednesday its e-discovery software can now find information stored in virtual environments.
IBM announced the first results of its recently closed acquisition of business intelligence vendor Cognos, unveiling an array of product offerings and services that tie into its information-on-demand strategy.
A consultant offered advice Tuesday regarding how Oracle customers can get the best deal and protect themselves while licensing software from the enterprise software giant.