- March 09, 2005
- March 09, 2005
- March 08, 2005
Recently, Search 400 reported on IBM's efforts to revitalize the iSeries. What do users have to say about Big Blue's investment?
- March 03, 2005
Analysts say IBM's latest open source donation is a good thing for the developer community, even if it is a bit on the mild side.
- February 25, 2005
IBM announced it is pouring more than $125 million into its iSeries ISV partner program in an effort to regain momentum in the midrange server market.
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- February 24, 2005
IBM recently unveiled a new SAP optimized iSeries that allows small and midsized businesses to better focus on business processes rather than IT implementations.
- February 15, 2005
With an eye toward the future, the city of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, upgraded to the IBM eServer iSeries 550 and began moving many of its public services online.
- February 02, 2005
When the New York-based Museum of Modern Art moved into its renovated home, it brought a new, custom-fit IT system based on existing iSeries hardware along for the ride .
- January 20, 2005
Despite plenty of optimism that this would be the quarter the iSeries would finally see an increase in revenues, the numbers are once again bleak. Will the bleeding ever stop?
- January 17, 2005
Even with its Midrange Alliance Program, Microsoft will have to fight to persuade iSeries users to give up the server. The iSeries is far better than any Windows server, they say.
- January 13, 2005
Are you ready for some football? How about more iSeries TV ads?
- January 13, 2005
IBM's new offering allows SAP resources to be virtualized on IBM eServers running the Power chip. Some analysts say the software could be attractive to PeopleSoft customers leery of a future with Oracle.
- January 11, 2005
Insurer's swelling demand for software QA contained by test automation from Original Software.
- January 05, 2005
In a reshuffling of executives at Big Blue, iSeries head Mike Borman stepped down this week after only serving six months in the position.
- January 04, 2005
Oracle has named its top executives Charles E. Phillips Jr. and Safra Catz as co-presidents of the newly merged company with PeopleSoft, according to papers filed last week with the Securities and Exchange Commission.