Storage giant buys privately held company that provides IT services for corporations that use Microsoft applications.
Mercury Interactive pays $105 million to get foothold in service-oriented architecture software market.
In a brilliant new post entitled "Let The Good Times Roll: The Top Ten Lies of Entrepreneurs," prominent venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki rains on the parade of entrepreneurial dreamers.Guy points to 11 "lies" he hears from these folks.
Infected PCs should be cut off from the Internet by their service providers, say some; AOL says it prefers to focus on prevention
If I am correctly reading comments made at CES by FCC chair Kevin Martin, he seems to be saying that it will be just fine if the big high-speed broadband Internet monopolies assess carriage surcharges for high-volume services and websites. Just as long as the broadband service providers don't block this content.
Being prosecuted for patent infringement may be the most pressing problem facing mobile email company RIM but issues with its fundamental business model may prove more serious in the long term
This policy provides guidelines for the effective and secure configuration and management of web servers, regardless of platform. You can use it as-is or customize it to fit the needs of your organization. From...
I've just returned from the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show. Whew.
Guy Kawasaki gave one of his patented demos, evangelizing for FilmLoop, a photo sharing company he has invested in that is run by his old friend (since 9th grade) and former Apple colleague Kyle Mashima and Prescott Lee. FilmLoop is the “killer app for the Macintosh,” Kawasaki said, joining MacPaint, Photoshop and PageMaker.
"Horror stories abound"
Just released the new Gillmor Gang. While listening, here's a parlor game for your enjoyment: match the consultants with the anti-Google Pack rhetoric.
Scripting languages are catching on with developers, but Sun's James Gosling sees plenty of kick left in Java.
Better access to rival products called for
Western Digital premiered the 150GB Raptor X hard drive at CES, complete with a see-through case
Two tech stalwarts are building ambitious "supercharged" networks that could help make mobile TV commonplace in the U.S.
Apple's big trade show kicks off Tuesday, but signs of the Mac maker's influence were omnipresent last week.
CollabNet Team Edition lets smaller companies run distributed development teams -- accessing offshore talent if necessary -- using the same software as big companies.
Various organizations within a supply chain or even larger business ecology may be able to federate their application, service, and process policies to assemble a dynamic B2B/supply chain extended enterprise.
Mercury picks speed in the SOA space