Enterprise Applications

The SCO Group is set to push ahead with its plan to issue invoices to Linux users in the next few weeks, with the company announcing that failure to pay for the highly controversial UnixWare licence would likely result in legal action.

The founder and CEO of Dell Computer has stated that it will not be offering its customers indemnification against lawsuits issued by the SCO Group in the battle over the open-source operating system.

The Globus Project, an organisation comprised of scientists from around the globe who create grid software to link multiple computers and storage systems, has changed its official name and recruited additional Board members following an in...

The president and COO of ERP vendor ICICI Infotech says the Basel II regulations to Australian financial institutions and IT vendors alike.

PeopleSoft has announced that it has purchased all the remaining shares of J.D. Edwards, finalising the deal that PeopleSoft executives believe will give the company the muscle to fend off Oracle's hostile overtures once and for all.

Sun Microsystems and Siebel Systems have signed a long term agreement to collaborate on product development, testing support and integration of Siebel eBusiness applications with Sun ONE software.

Despite the warning that the events of September 11, and more recently, the power cut that affected the whole of the Eastern seaboard of the US, the message to have a disaster recovery plan in place is still not getting through to many IT managers.

Data storage and content management solution provider Storage Alliance has completed the acquisition of Strata Web Systems, which provides Internet and Internet mapping and information management systems for the energy industry and other re...

Online retailer Amazon.com, one of the few big success stories of the dotcom era, has taken legal action against 11 Internet advertisers, who Amazon claim have been "spoofing" its email address to send spam to consumers.

Strategic asset management software provider MRO Software has announced that the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD) will implement its web-architected MAXIMO 5 system.

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