Give Dr. Wollschlaeger some power in the profession and I guarantee you will see change.
Vendors are way off track
AMD to paint new Athlon 64 X2 chip black?
The Microsoft Code Name of the Day series continues with "Greenland," yet another of Microsoft's growing family of place-name-themed codenames.
In case you haven't been following Testbed this last 7-10 days, an Australian researcher released evidence that laser printers might be hazardous to your health, finding a good number of HP LaserJets that were sources of potentially carcinogenic emissions (other manufacturers were scathed as well).
Event triggers are a handy and free way to alert IT staff of potential Windows server problems. There’s a saying in IT that your users should be the last ones to notice when a critical system or...
A US judge's ruling that Novell is the rightful owner of copyrights relating to the Unix OS also has ramifications for other SCO lawsuits
Companies would do well to ensure even their end-point devices, including printers, are secured to prevent intruders from exploiting them.
Server was used to help track movements of terrorism suspects, although data on device is of relatively little value, police say.
Bringing Web 2.0 technologies to the enterprise today is mostly an academic exercise.
New Zealand is to get a new mobile phone provider, with the announcement today of an agreement between Telecom New Zealand and TelstraClear.
When the combined lobbying muscle of Silicon Valley goes toe-to-toe with Verizon and AT&T, a compromise is the most likely result. Any compromise here will kill the phone companies.
Big announcements today from open-source business phone systems and solutions developer Fonality.Today marks the official release of trixbox Pro.
The MacBook's MagSafe power adapter is probably its best and worst feature. It works really well when you accidentally trip over it, but the patented adapter is being withheld from third-parties.
As enterprise adoption of cloud solutions soars, IT leaders must recognize where vulnerabilities still exist, what improvements to push for, and how to reap the most value from available technologies.
Specialization helps Indian networking professionals command higher salaries, say industry practitioners.
This may be one of the few times I find myself in agreement with John Howard -- the recent announcement that Telstra's CEO, Sol Trujillo, will now find his pay packet bloated to some AU$12 million seems a little like overkill.
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