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StorageTek announced today their stockholder signed off on the deal for Sun Microsystems to acquire the storage technology company. Under the terms, StorageTek will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Sun.
Sun recently announced a new version of its Java-based software, RFID ME, for RFID readers.
Daily Telegraph: The Wal-Mart publicity manager behind an advert that equated the retail giant to victims of the Nazis has resigned. Peter Kanelos, who had overseen public relations in Arizona and southern California on behalf of Wal-Mart, left his job yesterday, a few weeks after the company apologised for its PR gaffe.
Clive Armitage oversees the management of Bite Communications and the development of its different business divisions.
On four points, all of the eight most well-known corporate blogging policies agree — corporate bloggers are personally responsible and they should abide by existing rules, keep secrets and be nice. Those four principles are the core of today’s corporate blogging rules.
The boards of Sun Microsystems and Storage Technology Corporation or StorageTek have both approved a deal for Sun to buy StorageTek for $37 per share in cash, adding up to about $4.1 billion.
Microsoft and Sun Microsystems spent a lot of time at each other’s throats in legal battles, but last year the two companies formed a partnership which is now starting to show its results.
Hundreds of developers at Microsoft and SAP will work together on a new product designed to link together their business software …
Alan Coopersmith, who works at Sun Microsystems, blogs about how Microsoft’s blogs are changing his opinion of his competitor …
Shel Israel has a great profile piece on Sun COO Joanathan Schwartz and his approach to corporate blogging.
Sun Microsystems and Archipelago are planning to build the world’s first online compute exchange.
II’m reading everywhere that Sun is making Solaris 10 free and open source ( http://www.rednova.com/news/display/?id=106224).
Sun Microsystems is trying a new marketing strategy, giving away its new Solaris 10 operating system for free.
Settlement Assures Sun’s Java Communities Will Not Be Affected by Kodak Patents. Without admitting or denying allegations, Sun Microsystems has entered into a formal settlement agreement with the Eastman Kodak Company to settle all claims in pending litigation between the parties.
Program Includes Free Training, Free Sun Software Solutions and Collaborative Communities.
Nelson-Gal Joins the Interwoven R&D Team as Senior Vice President of Engineering.
Borland, Computer Associates, Compuware, Mercury Interactive and Quest Software Leverage Sun’s Platform to Broaden the Ecosystem for Enterprise Developers.
In the second quarter of 2004, Sun Microsystems achieved significant revenue and volume growth in almost every category.
Sun Marks 10 Years of Leadership With Continued Gains in Worldwide Workstation Revenue and Unit Market Share During the Second Quarter of 2004.
PerformaSure and Java System Application Server Integration Enhances Performance and Availability of J2EE Applications.
Exam Background and Its Importance
In March 2004, Sun Microsystems launched a new version of their existing Sun Certified Web Component Developer 1.3 (SCWCD 1.3) exam, which tests the web component development according to the latest J2EE 1.4 specification. The old version will co-exist and a separate upgrade exam will be made available soon.
Sun Microsystems fired its first salvo at Microsoft’s upcoming Office 2003 by calling into question the aim of Redmond’s overall XML strategy, and touting StarOffice 6.1 as a low cost alternative for cost conscious enterprises. During a telephone interview, Sun’s Iyer Venkatefen, product manager for StarOffice, told BetaNews that Microsoft was not abiding by the OASIS standards. With more than 600 members in 100 countries, OASIS, or Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, is a global consortium that establishes standards to ensure interoperability.
With Microsoft set to launch Visual Studio.Net on April 24, Sun Microsystems on Wednesday formally introduced its Web services development platform and a new Java specification designed to accelerate Web services adoption.
Anything Microsoft can do…