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   Linux vendors vie for Larry's favours
 Next 64-bit Windows not for retail
 Veritas lowers profit, revenue forecasts
 Oracle promises channel: we won't abandon you this time
 Corporate losses from internet-based attacks average US$2M

 
 
 

Linux vendors vie for Larry's favours
Oracle has outlined plans to enhance its business and technology relationship with Novell's SUSE, potentially disrupting what has been a handy revenue stream for its current Linux partner, Red Hat. More...

Next 64-bit Windows not for retail
Microsoft Australia has confirmed a global rumour that the next 64-bit version of Windows XP will only be available to OEMs, including local system builders, and resellers. More...

Veritas lowers profit, revenue forecasts
Veritas Software Corporation this week lowered its projected earnings and revenue for the second quarter, due to lower-than-expected sales to US business customers. More...

Oracle promises channel: we won't abandon you this time
Senior Oracle executives have used the opening keynote at the company's Australian user conference to reassure channel partners that its often confusing approach to indirect sales has finally solidified. More...

Corporate losses from internet-based attacks average US$2M
Companies that suffer business disruptions from internet-based attacks are losing an average of US$2 million in revenue, a research firm said this week. More...

 
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