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posted in November 2004
Hewlett-Packard's new OpenView software is designed to help companies automate IT responses to business events, such as a jump in order-processing transactions.
Following a tumultuous year, Computer Associates says it's canceling its 2005 annual user conference, CA World. The company says it wants to overhaul and refine the conference but will hold smaller, more focused events in the coming year.
UPS is testing RFID to learn how it can use the technology for its operations and offer RFID services for its business customers.
A host of new products are designed to work and compete with leading enterprise management products, the company says.
The company is introducing new blade servers it says boost performance and cost advantages.
The processor gets performance boosts and new support from systems vendors
The lack of critical specs for RFID tags leads to delay in the effective implementation date for when companies must start shipping supplies with RFID tags.
Intel's Itanium gains ground as three vendors roll out new servers based on the processor.
Partnering with Topspin Communications, IBM integrates InfiniBand switching into its eServer BladeCenter.
The market is expected to double next year despite high costs for entry-level blades
It plans to at last ship a Xeon-based system, 18 months after its major competitors took that step.
HP looks to leapfrog archrival IBM by integrating Brocade's latest Fibre Channel module.