Rather than throwing money at the problem, as the Obama Administration seems to be suggesting, a simple reversal of our regulatory course, in favor of competition, should unleash Moore's Law and put us back on the path to broadband progress.
SOA runs the risk of being DOA without MDM
Microsoft's hiring slowdown hasn't translated to a complete hiring freeze. Among the newest of the Red-Pill poppers is Dick Hard, known for his take on the "Identity 2.0" concept and his porting of the Perl language to Windows.
A survey has found the majority of UK tech workers are ready to up sticks and move abroad if the right work opportunity came along
If health coverage is guaranteed, and patient health is not an issue in making employment decisions, then the incentive to get private data on patients is greatly reduced.
Readers of my blog know that I am a very big fan of the Evernote application and service and am personally a professional edition subscriber. I use it on my iPhone, Windows Mobile phones, Mac, and PC to capture thoughts and notes for archiving and usage. I was pleased to get the news that they partnered with Eye-Fi so that now your photos captured on your Eye-Fi card can be instantly synced to your Evernote notebooks.
Firing an employee can be stressful for all involved--but the issues are compounded when the employee works in IT. Here are some key factors to keep in mind.
Hewlett-Packard is giving desktop Linux a little lift by introducing it to small business customers. The company said Wednesday that it'll offer Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop to business and education customers.
Australian financial software house MYOB this afternoon revealed it had agreed on terms under which it approved its acquisition by Archer Capital-backed Manhattan Software.
We're heading into the forecasting homestretch now. You've seen what I'm thinking 'sup for 2009 with this post, this post, and this post.
Windows 7-Windows Mobile integration -- or lack thereof -- has dominated many of the Mobius-related Tweets. Several attendees of Microsoft's Winter Mobius conference have expressed frustration and dismay about what they saw and heard regarding Microsoft's plans there
We get into a discussion on the alignment of the dour economic climate with the newer services architectures for mixing and matching IT assets and resources with more flexibility. We also look into some recent news events relating to cloud and the impact and analysis on these issues.
Industry observers say virtualization will enable staff to use their own devices at work, while keeping corporate data safe.
Mac clone maker Psystar has modified its counterclaim against Apple. Gone are the Clayton Act and Sherman Act antitrust claims, and in are sections that refute claims of violating the DMCA.
Telstra's strike will start this weekend, with unionised workers refusing to work overtime, recalls and call backs.
With Australia's ICT sector experiencing a wave of layoffs, it's time to look for the positives. Take a leaf out of Steve Jobs' book and ask yourself what would you be doing if money wasn't important?
In the video below, Sumi Das and I talk about President-elect Obama's plan to invest in broadband adoption as part of his larger invest-in-infrastructure economic recovery plan. Personally, I'm a fan of this investment because I think it's an investment in the future of the U.
The HP ProLiant DL585 G5 is a powerful server with a strong emphasis on reliability and serviceability that reduces overall device cost.
Fully 22% of employed say that they check their work email accounts “often” during the weekend, compared with just 16% who reported doing this in 2002. 34% employed email users in jobs earning 75,000 USD or more say they check their work email often on the weekends, while just 17% of those earning under 50,000 [...]