Software vendors have been obliged to be more accommodating on pricing with their customers as a result of the economic crisis, according to a new study
Sitecore has built a companion suite for its content management system that integrates web analytics, profiling, campaign management, segmentation and personalisation.
Twitter may be doomed. Time put Twitter on the cover and dished out thousands of words of fluff about it.
As IT sector matures and customer demands change, more technology companies seek 'professional fixers', Caucasian or Asian, to transform the business.
The antitrust police are after Microsoft again, but this time in Russia. Unlike other antitrust investigations involving Windows, the Russian case is focusing on Microsoft's phase-out of XP, rather than bundling of various components into the base operating system.
Microsoft plans to ship 10 security bulletins next Tuesday (June 9, 2009) with fixes for a wide range of code execution vulnerabilities affecting Windows, Microsoft Office and Internet Explorer. Six of the ten bulletins will be rated "critical," Microsoft's highest severity rating.
As the Internet becomes a larger part of everyday life, establishing boundaries online between parents and children is increasingly vital, says Symantec.
Philippine semiconductor market--country's top export earner--on road to recovery with exports climbing from 0.76 percent to 9 percent in first quarter of 2009.
When an executive from Microsoft takes the stage at JavaOne to deliver a keynote speech, there's one thing that needs to be said right out of the gate: "We come in peace."The message from Microsoft today was not about competing technologies but rather interoperability - the link that allows Microsoft's .
Small and midsize businesses in developed countries of Asia-Pacific region find it essential to give potential customers positive "first impressions" online, says analyst.
The folks at TechMarketView put out a nice daily newsletter. One of today's items contained this graphic:It would appear that the services market in the UK has bottomed out and is starting to rebound.
Bad news for the EFF's and ACLU's attempts to sue telephone companies for cooperating with the NSA. Federal District Judge Vaughn Walker rejected the groups’ lawsuits because Congress had passed the FISA amendment giving telecoms immunity.
Ever wish that you could share the music or video that you're enjoying on your iPhone with the person on the other end of the phone? Today, that would require hanging up and emailing the person a music or video file then calling them and attempting to watching them in sync.
I have to be straight with you. I'm entering the head down, grind it, drive to the goal line when it comes to CRM at the Speed of Light's 4th edition.
Yesterday, I asked for input on university IT issues and received several emails, Tweets, and talkbacks. The first email in my inbox was about the laptop wall with which so many lecturers are confronted at universities.
The global outlook for clean tech energy investment is gloomy. A report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) finds that investing in alternative energy is slumping.