In a $17m deal, IBM to provide IM, chat, video conferencing to warfighters.
Standard would determine who should have access to information the government has lawfully collected based on the use to which they will put the information rather than its place of collection.
But will recent problems deter users from being quite so positive in future?
Academics claim to have cracked the code used by the GPS satellite, but the EC denies this is a defeat for 'security through obscurity'
Kiefer Sutherland of "24" to star in public-service announcement. Campaign to keep MySpace out of trouble?
ZDNet's editors have examined an awful lot of products over the past ten years. Some brought joy and happiness, while others were dismissed with contempt. Here's our top five in each category.
Video games can benefit companies by giving employees a recreational outlet to build cooperation and morale. But they can also create problems if misused. This policy will help you establish the ground...
Furious over NYC ban, random searches for phones, parents file suit to stop the practice. Officials' control over school rules isn't absolute, they say.
Roland Piquepaille blogs that the Army is working on an "energy surety" model with Sandia National Laboratories. Instead on relying on today's grid electricity system, this microgrid system will use small power generation units close to where people live and work.
Why can’t Microsoft describe its WGA tools in simple, direct language? They want you to install a small program that checks the product key you used to activate Windows XP – the same one you already sent them when you first installed the operating system – so they can verify that your copy of Windows is properly licensed. That’s not so hard to understand, is it? So why use these misleading and deceptive descriptions?
"Enterprise search is our business, it's our house and Google is not going to take that business," said Kevin Turner, Microsoft's new (11 months) chief operating officer and former Wal-Mart executive. Mike Ricciuti of News.
Program to include "good quality" PC, Net connection, training, support to help low-income families to catch up.
Using Windows Mobile 5.0 platform, 3G-compatible device will be offered in U.K. this year by Vodafone.
The BPI should concentrate on selling gangsta rap, not acting the part out
Redmonker Stephen O'Grady has a good writeup on the first day of Mashup Camp 2. Here's a chunk of his post.
AT&T, Verizon deals reviewed by judge
The UMPC is larger than all modern calculators, but do modern calculators allow you to handwrite your complex engineering, mathematical, and scientific calculations and have them solved in ink? xThink just announced the release of their latest update to MathJournal and students and engineers can now expand the usage of their Tablet PC or UMPC device.
More first-gen deals up for renewal
Today's chief information officers need to be tech savvy, and also be good at managing people and thinking strategically.