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IBM buys CrossAccess to boost integration software

Oct 15, 20032 mins

Latest IBM news.

IBM buys CrossAccess to boost integration software, 10/14/03

IBM has agreed to buy CrossAccess, an integration software developer whose technology IBM plans to incorporate into its DB2 Information Integrator product.

IBM airs ‘utility’ wares, 10/13/03

IBM last week continued to fill in its utility computing puzzle by introducing a variety of products, services and partnerships all designed to let companies more quickly deploy and more efficiently …

IBM execs see changing focus on security with rise of WLANs, 10/13/03

IBM executives offered their perspectives on what they say are distinct changes in security focus at corporations and government brought on by events such as the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and …

IBM puts Domino users on path to WebSphere, 10/13/03

After years of rumors, Lotus’ Domino platform now is going to be melded with IBM’s next-generation WebSphere collaboration and messaging platform.

BEA unveils enterprise security architecture, 10/13/03

Middleware maker BEA Systems continued to build its security profile Monday with the announcement of a distributed security architecture, WebLogic Enterprise Security, or WLES.

IBM, Cisco help networks help themselves, 10/10/03

IBM and Cisco want to make it easier to diagnose and solve problems in an enterprise’s IT infrastructure, even to the point where it can do that by itself.

IBM unveils wireless IDS service, 10/08/03

Citing the ‘explosion’ of wireless hotspots in public spaces, homes and businesses, IBM on Wednesday unveiled a managed intrusion detection service targeted at wireless networks.

IBM to speed Web infrastructure rollouts, 10/08/03

IBM Wednesday announced it would make the second offering from its Project Symphony product family generally available by the end of October. The latest bundled product will help IBM customers …