The aftermath of large-scale failure is never pretty, but sometimes looking back reveals problems so obvious and severe they take your breath away.
Why wait for the lawsuit to be filed before taking appropriate action, or at least responding to the SFLC? Is it that any publicity is good publicity? After all the suits of the last year do vendors still think the SFLC is bluffing?
A lower return on investment for undergraduate degrees is manifesting itself in the forms of salary stagnation and underemployment.
The Fortify study did not say enterprises must avoid open source because all open source is a security risk. But that's how lazy reporters played it.
Taking a page from Facebook and YouTube, Microsoft will turn to users of its Xbox 360 to create new video games and broaden the types of games available on its console.
Oh the fun. Once again, another police website has been hacked by a student, showing that even the police aren't safe from all crimes.
Smart cities promise to streamline communications, improve the lives of citizens, and save energy and money. This guide looks at the emergence of smart city technologies and how they’re working so far....
Platform-as-a-service is going through a similar rite of passage as conventional software did when it met the Web in the late 1990s - trying to work out the fairest way to license occasional users.
Cisco Systems has cable set-top boxes and your home along with the routers. Now it wants the software that puts your entire home network together.
AT&T on Wednesday reported second quarter earnings of $3.8 billion, or 63 cents a share, on revenue of $30.
When a technology columnist known for his critical views on Apple makes statements to the effect that the company should consider defining and publicly communicating a succession strategy, many Apple fans might consider the subject too close to home and inappropriate. It will generate heated discussion in the inside baseball crowd on the ZDNet TalkBacks, but that will be the end of it.
Sixty percent of IT administrators have no plans to deploy Vista despite service pack 1, which fixed the operating systems problems, according to a survey of 1,100 IT managers.The survey, conducted by KACE, which makes systems management appliances, found that there are 10 percent more holdouts on Vista deployments.
Several days after blogging about a research conduced by n.runs AG that managed to discover approximately 800 vulnerabilities in antivirus products, McAfee issued a statement basically debunking the number of vulnerabilities found, and providing its own account into the number of vulnerabilities affecting its own products :"A recent ZDnet blog discusses a large number of vulnerabilities German research team N.
What started as a blog conversation weeks ago about the state of Apple CEO Steve Jobs' health has turned into a groundswell of stories. Apple says Jobs' health is a private matter, but it's gone quite public with stories in the New York Times, BusinessWeek and Wall Street Journal.
Tourism Australia is looking for a two-year contract with a company to host, support and maintain Australia's digital face Australia.com.
Research in Motion has released a patch for a security flaw in BlackBerry Enterprise Server, which exposed corporate networks to hackers via a maliciously crafted PDF document
Hands up anyone who would love to get their hands on a web tablet for $200 ... that pretty much all of you. OK, now hands up who thinks that Michael Arrington (of TechCrunch fame) can deliver this ...
The Google Apple Merger: Fantasy or Future?Author: Eric Everson, Founder MyMobiSafe.
I had the chance to speak with Goodell DeVries Leech & Dann's David Roden, a few questions about their use of Virtual Iron's virtual server environment. Thanks for spending time with me, David!