Profile of Alexander Wolfe
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Alexander Wolfe is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Alexander Wolfe
posted in July 2005
The company is holding a meeting for financial analysts on Thursday, and Microsoft watchers speculate that the company wants to kick off the meeting with good news.
After announcing 14,500 layoffs, HP is also looking for people in engineering, software development, and customer-support slots.
Montecito's availability will likely intensify the battle for control of the mid- and high-end server market, where Itanium has long competed against RISC architectures from IBM, Hewlett-Packard, and Sun Microsystems.
A tempest in a Web teapot over Dell's decision to shutter an online support message board has erupted into a full-blown debate throughout the blogosphere about the company's customer-service policies.
Intel is on track to release a second family of desktop processors using the technology in early 2006, according to a new roadmap.
With Linux here to stay and the Mac on its way, a name that defined the PC market no longer carries cachet like it did in the past.