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Following its merger, the Web hosting company is now focusing on cloud services and hopes to provide IaaS and SaaS offerings to Asia's independent software vendors and midsize companies.
Despite criticisms from the industry, the Intel-McAfee merger will result in "faster and better" security by riding on hardware to complement, not eliminate, software-based security, according to a McAfee executive.
HP on Friday picked up IBRIX, a file serving software company, in the latest round of merger and acquisition activity. Terms of HP's acquisition weren't disclosed.
Notable headlines:Mary Jo Foley: Review: Microsoft’s Hyper-V puts VMWare and Linux on noticeDana Gardner: Merger target suspect Citrix assembles virtualization products as Delivery CenterDan Kusnetzky: Why is the concept of virtual machine software so sticky?
The beta releases sees the merger of products that were contributed to Red Hat by Exadel in March and introduced under open source in June. The Exadel products contributed to the project included Exadel Studio Pro, RichFaces, and Ajax4jsf. The new release combines these with such JBoss middleware software as JBoss Seam and Hibernate, providing a development environment for enterprise Java, Ajax, and SOA applications.
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The organisation, formed by a merger between the Open Source Development Labs and the Free Standards Group, plans to address power management in open-source software
With the Mercury merger finalized, Hewlett-Packard now wants businesses to place it in the same league as major software powerhouses.
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An ambitious Symantec has been beefing up its security prowess and expanding its offerings through acquisitions.The Symantec-Veritas merger announced in December 2004 was one of the biggest software acquisitions in history.
The software maker introduces new product support plans in a bid to dispel post-merger fears of its acquired customers, including future ones from Siebel.
eWeek: A report from The Yankee Group shows that a considerable number of PeopleSoft organizations say that they're inclined tobail on the software following the merger.Yankee recently surveyed 192 PeopleSoft customers and found that an average of 46% demonstrated a propensity for switching applications, and an average of 30% remaining undecided.
Software giant signs merger agreement with retail application maker Retek in a deal worth about US$496 million.
Software giant signs merger agreement with retail application maker Retek in a deal worth about $496 million.
At RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco, Symantec CEO John Thompson knocks Microsoft's security efforts and says the upcoming merger with Veritas Software will provide businesses with an optimal product for corporate compliance.
ZDNet is covering the latest news from RSA Conference 2005 in San Francisco. Bonus links: CEO John Thompson knocks Microsoft's security efforts and as expected says the upcoming merger with Veritas Software will provide businesses with an optimal product for corporate compliance.
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Symantec and Veritas have gone to great lengths to allay fears of huge job losses as a result of their merger but unfortunately, there will be casualties.Approximately 400 employees out of 13,000 globally are expected to lose their jobs when enterprise storage software maker Veritas Software and security solutions firm Symantec become one.
At Oracle's headquarters in Redwood Shores, Calif., Ellison presents the company's software support and development plans for PeopleSoft, JD Edwards and Oracle customers in the wake of the merger.
Despite claims during the PeopleSoft-Oracle merger trial, Microsoft tries to get PeopleSoft clients to migrate to its software.
Tech research and analysis provider Gartner expects no "dramatic difference" to software maker PeopleSoft in the short term after it surrendered to Oracle's hostile takeover.As regional executives from both parties hunkered down to assess the impact of last night's dramatic decision, Gartner analyst Kristian Steenstrup said the merger "comes as a relief to organisations" who have been at the edge of their seats during the long running battle.
Business-software maker's antitrust victory may pave the way for accelerated merger activity in overcrowded IT markets, experts say.
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