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BellSouth Turns to Support.com for Customer Support

BellSouth Monday signed Support.com to provide the Fortune 100...

Tarantella Buys New Moon

In a surprise move Thursday, infrastructure provider Tarantella announced...

Oracle Comes Out of the ASP Closet

It's taken some time, but Larry Ellison's vision of...

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IT Spending Back in ’04

Information Technology spending is gaining momentum, with investments in software, infrastructure, and other areas of IT growing 4.3% in Q3 2003, according to AMR Research's quarterly IT spending figures. Released Monday at AMR's Fall...

IT Spending To Rebound

Senior IT executives expect spending on information technology to rebound over the next 12 months, according to a new survey by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA). Fifty-one percent of the survey's 53 respondents...

Tarantella Buys New Moon

In a surprise move Thursday, infrastructure provider Tarantella announced it is purchasing occasional rival New Moon. Citing "common synergies" as the primary reason, Tarantella's Chief Evangelist, Guy Churchward, told ASPnews the all-stock deal makes sense...

Case Study: University Turns to ReefEdge for WLAN Security

To make the most of a $500,000 network expansion grant, California Lutheran University sidestepped hard wiring in favor of a wireless LAN that connects 12 buildings including the campus coffee shop (a la Starbucks)...

ASPs Help Fight Terrorism

Fighting the war on terrorism is occurring on many fronts using many different tactics. Some are obvious, like B-52s bombing Taliban positions in the mountains of Afghanistan. Others are much more subtle, like the...

Interland Faces (Big) Integration Challenges

If you were going to give a theme song to Web hosting company Interland, you might pick The Beatles "The Long and Winding Road." However, some customers might think that's too generous and opt...

HP Can’t Wait to Facilitate

Sensing the winds of change, Hewlett-Packard is banking on its year-old Service Provider Program (SPP) to help it take advantage of industry trends to emerge by mid-decade as the leader in the new world...

Oracle Comes Out of the ASP Closet

It's taken some time, but Larry Ellison's vision of software being delivered as a service is coming to fruition — all Oracle products are now available in ASP-enabled versions. <tr bgcolor="#003399"Read and React "One of the...

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