Debian Snubs Microsoft Backed Sender ID
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 07, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
After Apache, Debian has followed the Open Source community's census in rejecting the Sender ID anti-spam standard, reportedly due to Microsoft's license terms that do not fit in its free-software guidelines. Developers responsible for the...
Tags: standard, MS
Sun Offers Meaty Price Cuts On Windows Boxes
by CXOtoday Staff    Sep 02, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
If there was any speculation about the exact implications of the Sun-Microsoft partnership, the latest announcement by the server giant should settle the dust. Sun Microsystems plans to offer a discount of up to 35% on regular U.S. list prices...
Tags: Sun
Will Novell's Penguin Spoil Red Hat's Tux Party?
by Hinesh Jethwani & Ankush Sohoni    Sep 02, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Probably one of the most eloquent technology speakers in the business, Jurgen Geck, CTO, SuSE Linux AG, spoke to CXOtoday in an exclusive interview about SuSE's ambitious entry into the Red Hat dominated Indian Linux market. Below are some...
Tags: Linux
Microsoft v/s Linux: Matrix Reloaded
by Hinesh Jethwani & Ankush Sohoni    Sep 01, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
With SuSE now officially hitting Indian shores as Novell's Linux spearhead, Microsoft has another face in the enterprise space to contend with; or does it? Has the matrix changed, or do the rules of the game still remain the same? In an...
Tags: MS
Longhorn To Arrive Shortly, WinFS To Follow
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 30, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
Microsoft has announced that it has pulled up the release of its long awaited Longhorn client operating system to 2006 (a full year earlier than the previously speculated schedule of 2007). This means that Microsoft will deliver the Windows...
Tags: Longhorn
POWERGRID To Begin ERP Shopping Soon
by Hinesh Jethwani    Aug 27, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
PowerGrid Corporation of India Limited (POWERGRID) has undertaken a network unification project to build a single domain with Windows 2003, and has chalked ambitious plans for purchasing a branded ERP in the near future. Speaking to...
Tags: ERP, MS
Microsoft Hardens Network With IPsec
by Hinesh Jethwani & Ankush Sohoni    Aug 17, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Ever wondered how the software giant (Microsoft for the uninitiated) uses technology internally? At TechEd India 2004 held in Mumbai today, Microsoft India presented a detailed blueprint of its IPsec implementation -- a global initiative to...
Tags: Microsoft
Wills Lifestyle Implements Fashion ERP
by Julia Fernandes    Aug 17, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
ITC's Lifestyle Retailing Business Division (LBRD), has successfully implemented and customized Movex and PREDATOR, two retail management solutions, and is all set to go live with its 'Fashion ERP' next month, across its Wills Lifestyle...
Tags: ERP
Microsoft Appoints 10 year Veteran As GSC Head
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 12, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Infrastructure
Microsoft India today announced the appointment of Manish Sinha as managing director for its Global Support Center (GSC) in Bangalore. As managing director, Manish will be responsible for providing overall strategic direction and leading the...
Watch The Fine Print With Cheap Windows: Gartner
by CXOtoday Staff    Aug 12, 2004
Category : News & Analysis
Microsoft created history yesterday by announcing that it will sell its cheapest OS till date -- Windows XP Starter Edition (XPSE). But research firm Gartner has a word of caution for users tempted by the low price tag: Enterprises shouldn't...
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