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Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will

shares split  the balance of the shares to Quantum DSS stockholders subject to receiving a favorable IRS ruling and board approval. Quantum DSS will consist of two business groups: Enterprise Solutions and DLTtape. The Enterprise Solutions Group, building on the Quantum|ATL brand, will grow the company's current position in tape automation systems, into storage solutions supported by direct sales and service capability. The DLTtape Group will continue to expand its position in storage devices and media. Market Impact Read More

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SSA Announces New Chairman/CEO in a Bid to Stop Its Agony
System Software Associates, Inc. (SSA), announced on September 14 that its Board of Directors has named Robert R. Carpenter, a highly-experienced executive in

shares split  the total number of shares available). Its current market capitalization is only around $40 million, and its balance sheet is in shambles ($65M of negative stock equity). With that in mind, we find it very difficult to see SSA's resurrection, despite its large customer base and attractive product portfolio. SSA's chance of surviving, in a consolidating market, with new competitors arriving from all directions, declining revenues, and continuing losses, are slim without a substantial cash infusion from a Read More
System Software Associates Announces Fiscal Fourth Quarter Results - The Agony Continues
On December 1, System Software Associates, Inc., a global provider of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software and services, announced financial results for

shares split  the total number of shares available). Its current market capitalization is at a dramatic $20 million, and its balance sheet is in a shambles ($73.6M of negative stock equity). With that in mind, we find it very difficult to see SSA's resurrection, despite its large customer base and attractive product portfolio. SSA's chances of survival in a consolidating market, with new competitors arriving from all directions, declining revenues, and continuing losses, are slim without a substantial cash infusion Read More
Oracle - How to Disappoint Analysts by Doubling Profits
In September Oracle Corporation, the largest database provider and one of the largest providers of software applications for e-business, announced record

shares split  and Siebel's CRM market shares remains a very tall order (for more information including our predictions on Oracle, see Oracle Applications - An Internet-Reinvented Feisty Challenger ). Moreover, while Oracle announced general availability of 11i at the end of May, it has not yet released all envisioned components. Further, since 11i also requires the latest version of Oracle's database product, 8i, companies have to upgrade their databases first. However, since 8i is also a relatively new product, many Read More
PowerCerv Finally Overpowered By The '02 Hurricane Season
PowerCerv, a long languishing mid-market enterprise applications vendor, having been unsuccessful in its repeated attempt to revitalize itself under own steam

shares split  stock split, with its shares lately being traded for about a penny (reminding us all of our own personal investments and/or 401k funds dwindling across the board). PowerCerv's bad luck includes a protracted shareholder lawsuit from 1997 (which was eventually settled last year) that prevented an earlier sale of the company when the price could have been reasonably higher. The nature of PowerCerv's more recent difficulties has indisputably been different than in 1997, as it is particular to a slew of Tier Read More
Next-generation Tool for Software Comparison Hits the Web
TEC has just released the second generation of its flagship software comparison tool, eBestMatch, which allows users to compare enterprise software side-by-side

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Palm IPO: 3Com’s morning after, or “Do you know the way to San Jose?”
What does 3Com do now that Palm, Inc. is gone? Find someone else in the neighborhood to play with. Cisco is just next door.

shares split  2, 2000 - Reuters) Shares of Palm Inc. skyrocketed the day after its highly anticipated initial public offering, giving Palm a stock market value of US$53.4B. The stock soared from its IPO price of $38 to open at $150 and trade as high as $165 on Nasdaq. The stock ended up 57-1/16 at 95-1/16, making it the third-biggest percentage gainer and the fourth most active issue on the Nasdaq. Late Wednesday, 3Com, which makes products and software for data networking, sold 23 million shares, or 4 percent, of its Read More
UNIT4 Living in Change: Acquisition With a Human Face?
Yesterday it was widely announced that a private equity firm, Advent International, has reached an agreement with UNIT4 to buy out all UNIT4 shares and take the

shares split  buy out all UNIT4 shares and take the vendor private. As Reuters noted , this move would help the Dutch company speed up expansion without the pressures of being listed on the stock market. I have a few thoughts on the subject. First, any public company typically experiences pressure in two opposite directions. One is the pressure of its shareholders to continuously demonstrate as much profit as possible and, consequently, pay more dividends to the owners of its shares. To this end, the Read More
E-Procurement Energizes Energy
In the space of one week, three separate announcements paired E-procurement companies and energy companies in the creation of Internet marketplaces. Ariba

shares split  to buy 4.3 million shares of Commerce One in exchange for shares in the new company, if the venture goes public. Slipping in next was ERP behemoth SAP (NYSE, ADR: SAP). SAP is joining with Den norske stats oljeselskap a.s (Statoil), a Norwegian state company that is the world's second largest supplier of crude oil, to develop the mySAP.com Marketplace for the Oil and Gas Industry. SAP will host this new Web-based marketplace for the energy industry A select group of Statoil suppliers will be invited to Read More
Sun Buys Cobalt
Sun has finally decided to move into the server appliance arena, by purchasing Cobalt Networks, a leader in that marketplace.

shares split  swap each of their shares for 0.5 shares of Sun stock. The acquisition is expected to be completed during Sun's second quarter of fiscal 2001, which ends December 31, 2000, subject to governmental approvals, Cobalt shareholder approval, and customary closing conditions. Current Cobalt products will be sold by Sun's sales force, after the acquisition is complete. Market Impact Positives : This is generally a winner for both Sun and Cobalt. Sun breaks into the server appliance market quickly, without Read More
Jeeves-Thriving Organically as a Humble Servant
Jeeves Information Systems, an innovative Swedish enterprise applications provider, seems to be making the right moves towards remaining a force within its

shares split  10 percent. Moreover, Jeeves shares gained 104 percent during 2004, and by December reached the initial public offering (IPO) price of 1999, a milestone shared with very few information technology (IT) companies. At the time, this made Jeeves shares the best-performing IT shares of the twenty-first century on the Stockholm Stock Exchange. This trend has continued throughout 2005, during which most of the Jeeves markets have shown signs of improvement. This includes Sweden, its single largest market, Read More
HP to Buy EDS
A definitive agreement was reached between HP and EDS today where HP will purchase the global outsourcing company for $13.9 billion ($25 a share).EDS is a

shares split  and eventually sold his shares to General Motors for $2.5 billion in 1984) ... did I mention that he used to work for IBM? Read More
Extreme Networks BlackDiamond Product of the Year
Network Magazine announced that Extreme Networks BlackDiamond 6800 was the Enterprise Backbone Device of the year.

shares split  a software suite that shares the same architecture across the entire Extreme Network product line, one can make the most complex network simple and scaleable. Read More
NetBIOS Firewall
How many times do you hear network administrators scream at the top of their voice,

shares split  Me, and NT), SMB shares ran on NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NBT) on ports 137/tcp and udp, 138/udp, and 139/tcp. However, in later versions of Windows (e.g., 2000 and XP), it is possible to run SMB directly over TCP/IP on port 445/tcp. Windows file shares with poorly chosen or Null passwords are a recurring security risk for both corporate networks and home users. There are multiple ways for SMB clients (your Windows redirector) and also viruses to reach the server depending on what combination of protocol Read More
Cisco Tries to Cache In By Buying Software Start-Up Tasmania Networks
Cisco Systems said it has agreed to buy start-up Tasmania Network Systems in a stock deal worth $25 million.

shares split  million for all outstanding shares, warrants, and options of Tasmania. Market Impact Although Cisco has already had a web caching product (the Cache Engine 500) on the market for over a year, it has been conspicuously absent from various web caching tests (Data Communications magazine's Web Polygraph , IRCache BakeOff,) over the past year. In contrast, Tasmania Network's NetHawk software caching product yielded the best price/performance figures in the Web Polygraph testing ( Read More

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