Is a price list that anyone piece together via Google really a trade secret? EMC seems to think so.
Latest from Larry Dignan
The Securities and Exchange Commission's Regulation Fair Disclosure is breaking open the last bastion of secrecy on Wall Street.
The Securities and Exchange Commission tweaked its Sarbanes-Oxley requirements and that could be bad news for the technology companies, consultants and accountants on the Sarbox gravy train. The SEC said Wednesday that it was making changes to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, known in some quarters as the accountant and consultant employment act, to reduce the regulatory burden on companies.
EMC's acquisition of virtualization software maker VMware completed in January 2004 may have been one of the better deals in the technology sector in the last three years. But perhaps it's time for EMC to bid adieu.
EMC CEO Joe Tucci said there was some "slight caution" among corporate technology buyers, but there's plenty of spending in North America. Tucci's comments echo what CDW recently said about enterprise spending.
Terremark will standardize on EMC's gear including its storage, backup and replication technologies.
NetApp couldn't outbid EMC for Data Domain. The company said Wednesday that it wouldn't up its offer for Data Domain and a proposed merger agreement was terminated.