• CA buys Nimsoft to tap into the enterprise-light systems market

    CA has bought the streamlined systems management software vendor Nimsoft for $350 million.

    Matt Stansberry20 pointsBadges:
  • CA’s Mainframe 2.0 may reduce database administration cost

    According to one mainframe expert, CA's recent initiative to help mainframe users cut costs may be worth the investment. The biggest bang for the buck will be in reducing database administration cost.

    WKernochan500 pointsBadges:
  • New HP portal targets healthcare IT; CA slims down with Nimsoft

    HP groks healthcare with new partner portal; CA tries to get nimble with Nimsoft buy; Microsoft updates ID management.

    badarrow2,795 pointsBadges:
  • CA executive steers Ingres on open source waters

    When former Oracle and PeopleSoft/JD Edwards executive Tony Gaughan joined Computer Associates International Inc. earlier this year to head its product development team, Gaughan signed on to oversee the open sourcing of its Ingres DBMS. Ingres, which was created nearly three decades ago, was...

    searchsecurity25,770 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: More vendor wares available on AMD Opteron

    Computer Associates, MandrakeSoft and Microway announced various products available on the newly announced Opteron 64-bit processor from AMD.

    MMimoso3,355 pointsBadges:
  • CA overhauls ARCserve data backup software

    CA hopes that the newest version of its ARCserve data backup software, which improves application integration with XOsoft, will boost ARCserve's declining market share in the data protection and data recovery market.

    Beth Pariseau9,100 pointsBadges:
  • CA ARCserve SaaS adds SMB backup cloud offering

    CA Technologies adds cloud backup to its ARCserve D2D On Demand SaaS, promoting hybrid offering as turnkey data protection for SMBs.

    John Hilliard505 pointsBadges:
  • CA adds disk backup application to ARCserve Backup software

    With ARCserve Backup 15, CA improves resource management, adds disk-to-disk backup application and drops XOsoft brand from replication and high availability apps.

    Dave Raffo7,560 pointsBadges:
  • Computer Associates former exec admits wrongdoing

    One of Computer Associates' former senior executives pleaded guilty to obstructing justice during a federal probe into the software giant's previous accounting practices.

    ASaita850 pointsBadges:
  • Inside the new CA

    When Toby Weiss takes the stage at the RSA conference today for a keynote address, he'll be representing a new CA. The changes are subtle--an abbreviated corporate name and a strong focus on enterprise IT management. Weiss, senior vice president and general manager of security solutions, gave us...

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:

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