The Mac and iPhone maker turns to IT services provider Unisys to help it better serve corporate and government clients.
Unisys may have written Itanium's epitaph--at least for many server vendors.
Semiannual report from consulting firm attempts to "get a sense of where the public is" on security.
This story initially misstated the time period during which Unisys had over $1.3 billion in revenue. It was last quarter. The story also was updated to clarify that the federal government has a proposed IT budget of more than $70 billion for 2009.
For those companies that remain on the offensive, buying venerable Unisys may be a fantastic bargain.
D-Link partners with Unisys to take care of its customers.
Struggling IT services company chooses Edward Coleman, a man it says has a long history of transforming troubled tech companies, to take over as chief executive.
IT services provider begins search for new chief executive as the company struggles to shore up its declining revenue.
The six-core "Dunnington" Xeon 7400 processor makes its official debut. Unisys is using it in a new server, though with a catch.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview, Unisys Chairman and CEO Larry Weinbach tells ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber about how he has moved the company away from selling mainframes and PCs and put the emphasis on high-end multiprocessor Windows servers. Weinbach talks about his big bet on Windows in the data center, scaling up versus scaling out server architectures and the current climate for information technology spending.