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Teamware to wear down IT management

Teamware to wear down IT management

Teamware, or groupware (the instant messaging service you use falls into this category), is a technology trend that will most affect IT environments in the next 18-24 months according to the latest findings in our IT Priorities Research Program.

August 5, 2004 by in Tech Industry

SCO's McBride strikes back

SCO's McBride strikes back

Darl McBride, SCO CEO, responded to Red Hat's Matthew Szulik's LinuxWorld keynote address, during which he said that intellectual property law should...

August 5, 2004 by in Legal

Open source stack wars

Open source stack wars

Both Red Hat and Novell introduced open source application servers that integrate well with their respective Linux distributions. The companies say that customers are asking for a more integrated software stack--and that's what IBM, Sun, Microsoft, SAP, BEA and others are offering as a way to capture more business.

August 3, 2004 by in Open Source

Home Improvement

Home Improvement

The Home Depot has been in the midst of a $7.7 billion business transformation which includes investment of more than $1 billion in new technology from 2002 through 2004.

August 3, 2004 by in Tech Industry

An ode to Steve Jobs and the iPod

An ode to Steve Jobs and the iPod

Steve Gillmor pens a get well note to the ailing Steve Jobs and contemplates the future evolution of the iPod:The machine is a marvel as much for what it doesn't do as for what it does. It's not a radio, yet it will supplant radio.

August 3, 2004 by in Apple

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