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Colin C. Haley

Cisco CEO Upbeat Over Network Sales

Brisk security, wireless LAN and IP telephony gear sales drove Cisco Systems to a strong third-quarter financial results, the company said Tuesday. "We continue to believe...

Offshoring Arrives on Wall Street

UPDATED: Offshoring: U.S. IT workers reject it, U.S. IT companies embrace it. Now U.S. investors will weigh in on the topic as more tech companies prepare to...

Ready For VoIP? Think and Think Again

Over the past year, carriers and network equipment makers have stepped-up efforts to stump for switching from traditional phone service to Voice over Internet Protocol offerings....

Cisco Teams With IT Giants on Data Centers

Cisco Systems announced Wednesday a new initiative to give enterprises a blueprint for advanced data centers, the latest step in its own effort to evolve from...

Indian IT Firm Opens U.S. Consulting Arm

Amid an offshoring backlash, Indian software giant Infosys Technologies said it would open a business consulting practice in the United States. Infosys Consulting expects to hire approximately...

ISP Gets Tough With ‘Zombie’ Customers

Broadband provider Comcast is taking a tough new approach to targeting "spam zombies" -- those virus-infected, unwitting spam-sending computers among its broadband base. The ISP is...

Oracle Touts Upcoming Enterprise IM Offering

BOSTON -- Oracle , best known for its database and business applications products and a certain rival software company that it wants to buy, is planning to...

Will Offshoring Become a Political Issue?

Moving work from the United States to countries where labor is cheaper isn't new. Over the last 50 years, textile, automobile and steel manufacturers all shipped jobs...

Infosys Maps RFID Plan

Infosys Technologies , an IT consulting and outsourcing firm, has a new radio frequency identification offering to help companies better manage supply chains...

2003: Back From the Brink

After two years of a wrenching dot-com fallout and technology recession, 2003 marked a time when growth prospects for information technology improved, all while innovation kept marching...

IT Spending Rounds a ‘Turning Point’

Thanks to the public and retail sectors, overall IT spending is continuing its slow rebound, according to a new survey from consultants Wendover and Global...

IBM Offshoring Plan Revealed

IBM is reportedly looking to shift up to 4,700 programming jobs overseas, a move that will raise the volume of the debate over the trend of...

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