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IBM bolsters pervasive computing efforts

Sep 24, 20032 mins

Latest IBM news.

IBM bolsters pervasive computing efforts, 09/24/03

IBM Tuesday announced product upgrades and partnerships in support of its pervasive computing strategy, an ongoing effort to provide end users with on-the-fly access to any content, from any device, on any network.

IBM announces availability, price of Lotus Notes 6.5, 09/22/03

A new version of IBM’s Lotus Notes messaging client, adding instant messaging and other new tools, will be available worldwide at the end of September with licenses starting at about $90 per user, IBM spokesman Michael Kiess said Monday.

Sprint turns to EDS, IBM, 09/22/03

Sprint announced last week that it is teaming with two outsourcing powerhouses in an effort to cut its own costs and improve application development.

IBM and GE Interlogix to unite physical and IT security management, 09/19/03

IBM and GE Interlogix announced they’ll work together to ensure that IBM enterprise management software can accept security alerts and other data from the Interlogix security system Facility Commander, which can collect and manage incoming alerts from multi-vendor badge readers, burglar alarms and surveillance systems.

IBM patching DB2 vulnerability, 09/17/03

IBM released a software patch for a serious security vulnerability in some versions of its DB2 database, according to the security company that discovered the problems.

Moving forward with Web business, 09/18/03

Though IBM’s Bart Lautenbach says e-tailers have made a lot of progress, he says e-business is still in its infancy.

Weblog: Server tango, 09/22/03

For the last month or so, Big Blue has been making a lot of noise about winning customers away from HP.