Julia Fernandes
SCO Bounces Back With New Unix Lineup
Jun 16, 2004
The SCO Group - a provider of Unix-based solutions - unveiled yesterday a broad array of enhanced Unix solutions as well as an aggressive plan to extend channel support and training programs in the country. Lined up first for release is...
Tags: SCO, Unix
Tata Honeywell Saves Rs 6 Crore With Six Sigma
Jun 16, 2004
The thumb rule for investing in technology followed by most companies is - “Leverage maximum benefits while keeping costs to a bare minimum”. However, few can boast of cost savings in the range of Rs 6 crore, a figure that's bigger than the...
Network Monitoring Tops CIO Concerns
Jun 15, 2004
With more and more businesses being conducted on the web and enterprises stretching their bandwidth to the limit, a network is no longer just a point-to-point connection but has proved to be an invaluable asset. In this context how well is...
Tags: Network
Safexpress Pioneers Use Of GPS In Logistics
Jun 11, 2004
The Rs 225 crore Safexpress Pvt Ltd, a third-party logistics provider offering a gamut of express services in the country, has become the first company in the Indian logistics industry to use the Global Positioning System (GPS). GPS is a...
Tags: GPS, Logistics
CDSL Deploys Nortel Switches For VPN Tunneling
Jun 09, 2004
Central Depository Services (India) Ltd (CDSL), a depository service provider, promoted by the Stock Exchange, Mumbai (more popularly know as BSE), has recently deployed Nortel Network's Contivity VPN switches for secure tunneling across...
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RSA Security To Eliminate Password Pains
Jun 08, 2004
RSA Security has announced the launch of its Sign-On Manager, a new access solution that blends its existing authentication products with an Enterprise Single Sign-On capability. Users of the Sign-On Manager would be able to avoid the...
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Allied & CNT To Jointly Sell Low Cost Firewalls
Jun 07, 2004
Allied Digital Services, a system integrator, announced today that it has entered into a joint venture with CNT Ltd., to manufacture firewall appliances that will be at least 30% to 40% cheaper than existing firewall offerings. The new...
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SMB's Rule; Demand More For Less
Jun 04, 2004
With the Internet forming the backbone of enterprise communication today, bandwidth requirements have skyrocketed. Networking appliances have come a long way from being just another component of an enterprise's hardware infrastructure, to a...
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SAP Veteran Tata Ryerson Plans To Fly Higher
May 28, 2004
One of the earliest users of SAP in India, Tata Ryerson (a Kolkata-based steel processing and distribution company), is all set to roll out the German ERP solution across several locations in India, as a part of an expansion project. Sharing...
Tags: SAP
CTO's 'Support' Hardware Vendors
May 27, 2004
The enterprise customer is always looking for quality service and support, mounting extreme pressures on the vendor community. From the looks of it, the vendor-buyer relationship couldn't be better, with CTO's posting reports of 'excellent...
Tags: CTO�s