Enterprise Applications

SCO Group's customers should have a migration plan in case SCO's legal strategy falters, according to analyst group Gartner.

Financial services firms are proving to be the widest adopters of email security services, according to managed email security services provider MessageLabs, which has seen the financial services side of its customer base grow into its lea...

The increased infrastructure gained through transport company Linfox's acquisition of the Mayne Logistics and Armaguard businesses has had a positive spin for IT outsourcing company KAZ, which has secured the deal to managed the increased ...

Novell has denied claims made by the SCO Group that its proposed acquisition of enterprise Linux company SuSE Linux contravenes a non-compete agreement signed when SCO acquired Unix from Novell eight years ago.

After a longer than expected period of deliberation, PeopleSoft has announced that it is to extend its controversial customer refund program until the end of the year.

Despite overall tech spending remaining low, investment in IT security continues to buck the trend, with many CIOs investing the bulk of their resources to protecting their IT infrastructures.

A new variant of the MiMail worm, which is disguised as a message from online payment vendor PayPal, is spreading fast, according to security experts.

SecureData Group (SDG) has announced it has acquired a controlling interest in New Zealand-based success story SQL Services. The deal sets the seal on a busy few months for SQL Services, which has recently entered the Australian market, tr...

SAP has announced that it has partnered with Sybase to use the company's data management software with its own SAP Business One software, which is aimed at the Small to Medium Business (SMB) sector.

The government has called upon interested parties to come up with proposals to help it utilise the $23.7 million it has set aside for the Coordinated Communications Infrastructure Fund (CCIF) to improved broadband access in regional Australia.