In this episode of the Churchill Club podcast series a panel of experts debate the top technology trends.
Hewlett-Packard has got to be steamed. Dell has one-upped it on a new Corporate Sustainability Index that is being researched and rated by the Global Business Sustainability Service division of Technology Business Research.
What's a hosting provider to do when a single tenant decides to take over your data center? Why, build another one, of course, that uses the architectural lessons you learned by building the first one.
"The nation's record keeper" - the National Archives and Record Administration - has lost a two-terabyte hard drive containing digital records from Bill Clinton's presidency. In a statement, NARA said that it "takes very seriously the loss of an external hard drive that contained copies of electronic storage tapes from the Executive Office of the President of the Clinton Administration.
Microsoft, IBM, SAP and Oracle collectively make up what Irregulars call MISO. Harsher critics might think they are the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
The browser company believes that a single standard for widgets will stop web users from being locked into one product, according to chief executive Jon von Tetzchner
Game testing requires more than just the ability to play games. A successful candidate must be able to identify, isolate, and explain bugs and design flaws as part of the development team. This kit contains...
Misguided European laws on cookies could have a devastating impact on websites, says Struan Robertson
Watching all those Microsoft "Laptop Hunter" ads got me thinking - if I offered you $2,000 to spend on either a Windows based or Mac OSX based notebook (don't get all excited, it's a hypothetical question!), which would you choose?
A taste of Army life comes to Hounslow
The company has released vSphere 4, the latest version of its core virtualisation platform, which manages and treats datacentre components like a single resource
Updated: Salesforce.com delivered a strong fiscal first quarter, but delivered a mixed outlook where it raised its earnings projections based on cost cutting yet pared its revenue forecast.
The French Telecom-owned mobile operator found it wouldn't benefit from pursuing its interest in the catch-up TV service, which has faced additional setbacks
Relying on Google's proposed settlement with book authors over Google Book Search, the University of Michigan has amended its contract with Google to digitize the university library's vast holdings, UMich announced.The agreement opens up the U-M library's extensive collections of 8 million works to readers and students throughout the United States with free previews, the ability to buy access to the university’s collections online and through subscriptions at other institutions.
RussianMac is the latest company to release a Mac clone and test Apple's resolve to stop companies from selling its operating system.
13 pictures of the new Vostro A90, including some comparison shots between it and the Dell Mini 9 and some internal shots of the SSD and RAM slots as part of the migration process.
O’Reilly Media held a Webinar this afternoon that was promoted as delivering “power tips” on how to use Twitter.In the question and answer period, after Tim O’Reilly and Sarah Milstein delivered their tips, one of the questions was: “How do you quantify the benefit of Twitter to a CFO?
It's here!Exactly one month ago I wrote about The $200 'Mac' -- a new all-black, business-oriented version of the eminently-hackable Dell Mini 9 netbook called the Vostro A90.
Silicon.com's jury of IT professionals aren't quite ready to admit that the recovery has started in the U.K.