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SCO Forum Focuses on Litigation, Products

The SCO Group kicked off its annual technology summit with a dual focus on launching new products and fighting IBM through litigation ...

Japan Launches School Project To Encourage Linux

The Japanese government is partnering with 19 companies, including NEC, Fujitsu and IBM Japan, to encourage Linux use in the country's school system ...

NASA, Intel and SGI Plan Linux Supercomputer

Silicon Graphics (SGI) announced that NASA has chosen the company's Altix as the foundation of Project Columbia, a collaboration between SGI and Intel that is expected to foster scientific breakthroughs in space exploration, global warming research and aerospace engineering ...

Survey Results Show Few Linux Security Problems

Evans Data today released survey results showing that 90 percent of Linux systems have never been infected by a virus, and nearly 80 percent have never been hacked ...

SCO, BayStar in Battle Again

Although The SCO Group and its former investor, BayStar Capital, seemedto have resolved their differences in June, a new flare-up has occurred,resulting in threats of legal action toward SCO ...

Novell UK Boosts Consulting Power, Eyes Leaner Linux

Novell has announced that it has acquired Salmon, a British IT servicescompany, in a deal that will link Salmon with Cambridge TechnologyPartners, another Novell acquisition ...

SCO Dented by Dismissal of DaimlerChrysler Suit

A Michigan judge has dismissed the SCO Group's lawsuit against automobile maker DaimlerChrysler ...

SAP Earnings Show 15 Percent Growth

SAP has announced that its second quarter earnings rose by 15 percentin software revenue, as well as by 15 percent in operating income and 14percent in net income. ...

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Survey Shows Hospitals Getting Wired

Just as technology has changed the landscape of corporate environments, it is predicted to transform how medicine is done, according to a recent survey ...

ICANN Works To Split from Commerce Department

In a meeting in Kuala Lumpur, officials from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names are hammering out details for self-rule in an effort to separate itself from the U.S. Department of Commerce ...

European Weather Center To Rely on Linux

Linux Networx today announced that the European Centre forMedium-Range Weather Forecasts has chosen the company forimplementation of a Linux-based cluster computing system. ...

Linux in Battle for Chinese Market

With Linux implementation in full swing in Europe, many analysts are now turning their attention toward growth in Asia, one of the largest markets yet to be dominated by a single vendor ...

Court Puts SCO’s Suit Against AutoZone on Hold

A federal judge in Nevada has granted AutoZone's request to put SCO Group's copyright infringement case over the auto parts retailer's switch from Unix to Linux on hold. ...

Linux Execs Start New Company

Former Red Hat and Cygnus Solutions executives Kim Knuttila and Eric Troan announced yesterday that they had formed Specifix, an open-source company producing Linux solutions ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Anti-Phishing Group Forms to Fight Identity Theft

A new consortium called the Trusted Electronic Communications Forum (TECF) has brought together top companies in the financial and technology industries to tackle phishing and spoofing attacks aimed at stealing personal information ...

Linux Makes Its Mark in France

The French Ministry of Equipment will be migrating to Linux, replacing 1,500 office and infrastructure Microsoft Windows NT servers with Mandrakelinux Corporate servers. Mandrakesoft, a top European Linux player, also was chosen for deployment, training and support for the Linux strategy ...

SCO Seeks To Stop Summary Judgment

The SCO Group last week sought to stop a summary judgment filed by IBM by submitting written arguments that claim IBM has mischaracterized the lawsuit and failed to provide relevant information to the company ...

Mozilla Responds to Security Vulnerability

The Mozilla Foundation has issued a patch for a security vulnerability discovered Thursday in the organization's open source Mozilla Application Suite, Firefox browser and Thunderbird e-mail client. The security flaw, known as the "shell exploit," could allow attackers to run programs on Windows XP. ...

SAP Predicts Strong 2nd-Quarter Revenues

SAP announced Friday that after a preliminary review of its 2004 second-quarter performance, it expects a software revenue increase of 15 percent compared to the same quarter last year. ...

Mozilla Patches Security Hole

The Mozilla Foundation has issued a patch for a security vulnerability discovered Thursday in the organization's open source Mozilla Application Suite, Firefox browser and Thunderbird e-mail client. The security flaw, known as the "shell exploit," could allow attackers to run programs on Windows XP. ...

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