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Zimbra's Scott Dietzen Unplugged: Comcast deal puts Zimbra in the big leagues now

Today, Zimbra announced that it will be forging a strategic relationship with America's second largest ISP: Comcast. Although the companies aren't yet releasing many details about the fruit the partnership should one day bear, it's clear that based on the services Zimbra has to offer in the area of browser-based e-mail, group calendaring, and document collaboration, Comcast is ready to take a serious Web 2.

May 6, 2007 by M Conner


Should the law deputize computer technicians into nabbing child abusers?

The states of Connecticut and California are considering legislation that essentially deputizes comptuer technicians into joining war against child abuse and pornography. According to an Associated Press report:Computer technicians would be obligated to report child abuse just like doctors, teachers and others who work closely with children, under measures being considered by lawmakers in two states....

May 2, 2007 by David Berlind


Consistent with CEO Benioff's opinion of Microsoft, to launch mail plug-in for Thunderbird

I'm not sure whether it's just that I lucked into the news scoop or that some forward thinking when it comes to information technology ended up in some connected dots that might not have otherwise been connected. Over the last two weeks, for the events company that I run on the side (Mass Events Labs), my partner and I decided to purchase two more "seats" ("seats" sometimes takes the place of "licenses" when comparing on-demand subscriptions to shrink-wrapped software) of Salesforce.

May 1, 2007 by David Berlind