Companies negotiating discounts of up to 23 percent on outsourcing deals have been warned such cost cuts could drive contracts to failure
My co-hort David mentioned yesterday Microsoft's Mac BU just released the Office 2008 for Mac 12.0.
The business intelligence software market is expected to be healthy for the next few years, growing faster than that of North America and Europe.
An international Cisco survey reveals 62 percent of IT decision makers plan to increase spending to mitigate the risks posed by remote workers
Midland Memorial Hospital got an $18 million EMR system for $7 million, thanks to open source.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's how to build your plan -- and a few templates to get you started.
Midland Memorial Hospital is finally ready to brag about its Medsphere EMR system, installed for $7 million when other vendors were asking at least $18 million.
Well, it's certainly not disposable in the most literal of senses, but the $50 spent for the 3-megapixel Phillips PT44434 Retro-Inspired Ultra Slim Digital camera is about the best bang-for-buck deal I've ever seen."Retro" terminology aside -- there's nothing retro about the lithe 0.
My blogging colleague Dana Blankenhorn reports that ThinkgOS founder David Lui isn't worried by the Wal-Mart snub. He should be.
Should the Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 release be held up until the nasty corruption bug fix is released? Microsoft officials asked their customers this week whether its current Power Pack 1 delay plan was a good one. And so far, customers are saying it is not.
We're in the middle of what will become another classic case study for MBA students. Ex-adware company Phorm has done deals with lots of ISPs to install monitoring services within those ISPs, the better to target advertising at customers.
After writing to the ACCC late last month, a delegation of nine ISPs has met with the head of the competition watchdog to discuss their concerns regarding Telstra's conduct and a looming ADSL2+ "drought".
Researchers have discovered that an implantable heart device, a combination of a defibrillator and pacemaker, is vulnerable to hackers.According to a study, authored by researchers at the University of Washington, University of Massachusetts Amherst and Harvard Medical School, hackers could get wireless access to a heart device and shut it down (a power denial of service attack) or deliver jolts of electricity.
Hostworks acquisition by Broadcast Australia will allow it to expand and tackle a larger market, the company says.
If you work in a traditional Windows-based shop, you could be in for a bumpy ride. Ed Bott explains how IT pros will need to adapt to a variety of changes.
The Lord of the Rings imaging technology we profiled in August is coming to market through a Software As A Service (SaaS) offering for visiting nurses called Healthphone.
IDC has measured the size of the "digital universe" -- all the digital data stored globally -- and it is 10 percent bigger than first predicted and will be 10 times bigger again by 2011.
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