A wide-ranging survey shows that UK employees, especially IT workers, are fearful of losing their jobs and working far too hard
We need zero tolerance, not just longer jail terms
Telecoms companies and ISPs ready to comply...
Survey: Vonage and AT&T came out on top of a recent quality survey, but Internet telephony is still not as good as traditional systems
Commentary--The ability to tap into location as a meaningful component of the Business Intelligence warehouse is a new concept altogether.
Dell has closed down a popular and effective customer support site. It's unclear who benefits, but we're waiting to hear your experiences
Major record labels in Australia win a legal battle against a man and his ISP for alleged music piracy.
Company also changes its ticker symbol and moves its headquarters after spending $30 million to gain rights to the Palm name.
How secure would Linux be if everyone were using it?Given the popularity of Linux as a server OS, especially among Internet servers, I think it would be pretty secure.
The Polish market for IT services picked up momentum in 2004 with spending rising by 28.6% to $1.
Nielsen//NetRatings named Microsoft (with MSN unit), Time Warner (with AOL unit) and Yahoo! among the top parent companies in June 2005.
Retail sales rose 1.7% in June 2005. The gain was led by autos, sales of which rose 4.
158 mln digital music tracks were downloaded in the US in the first half of 2005, Nielsen SoundScan says. Compared to the first half of 2004, this represents growth of 187%.
Carphone Warehouse can't use it, Wipo rules
A few weeks ago, I wrote this piece on absurd marketing claims in the latest Oracle TV ad that claims "never breaks". After seeing these ads almost every other night since then, we get news that Oracle just released their latest mega patch that addressed 49 security issues.
TransFlash/Micro SD has got the thumbs-up from the SD Card Association as the future of ultra-small removable storage
An analysis of news consumption shows Google and Yahoo with the most attention for RSS (Really Simple Syndication) content, together commanding nearly 50% of reader interest during the first half of 2005, according to an analysis by ZDNet Research.
I am not a fan of ambulance chasers but the class action suit filed against MasterCard, Visa, and Card Systems Solutions on June 30th raises the bar for compliance. On the one hand those that manage credit card information have to disclose material breaches.