I'll be on the road for the next two days. Today, I'm heading down to Sun's campus in Burlington, MA to see what the folks in Sun's Labs are working on (I'm already late for that).
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Over the last decade in the US, a growing labyrinth of privacy, disclosure, and trading regulations -- for example Sarbanes-Oxely and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (otherwise known as HIPAA) has forced many companies both small and large to take a closer look at how they guard senstive information from deliberate or inadvertent leakage onto the Internet or into the wrong hands.
Meet John Roberts. Roberts is CEO and co-founder of SugarCRM.
Yesterday, when Novell announced that one of the first fruits to be born out of its newly minted legal relationship with Microsoft would be a plug-in to OpenOffice.org that would allow the open source based office suite to open or save documents in Microsoft's Open Office XML (OO-XML) file format, I had a tough time parsing through the text of the company's press release.
Last week, I headed into Boston for Frank Gilbane's content management conference where I started out as a co-presenter in a session on wikis and blogs. Wikis and blogs have a huge amount of relevance in the content management space since content management is sometimes thought of as an uber-category that includes disciplines like knowledge management or what some folks refer to as corporate memory.
Sooner or later, it was bound to happen. Some tech media outlet would send one of its bloodhounds on the trail that was left in the wake of Massachusetts' decision to standardize on the OpenDocument Format (ODF)for the archival and retrieval of productivity documents (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.
Dell says it can save $200 per server per year on energy, but doesn't publish data to back the claim up
Scale out. That has always been Dell's strategy when it comes adding more horsepower to a data center.
I've been following some of the Office 2007 coverage coming out of PC World's camp... namely that of the magazine's editor in chief Harry McCracken who has been filing some noteworthy comments about his ongoing usage of the latest version of Microsoft's front office suite.
Wow. Barely a week has passed since Corel announced that Wordperfect Office Suite would be supporting both the OpenDocument Format and Microsoft's OpenXML, and now, it looks like OpenOffice.
Where's Jeff Foxworthy when you need him? I can hear him saying now, "You know it's a bad sign when your iPod killer doesn't sell as well as a charger for the iPod.