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IT EasyPass

IT EasyPass

The Sun Microsystems School of Disruptive Licensing matriculated another graduate today, as Yankee Group analyst (and Gillmor Gang regular) Dana Gardner reports:Sun Microsystems keeps moving forward the notion with solution packages at subscription pricing, and now Mirapoint, is providing a bundle of messaging appliance, security, migrations services, storage, and Outlook email connectors for $100 per user for large enterprises for the first year.

July 22, 2004 by in Oracle

Amazon, eBay, Google: service providers of the future?

Amazon, eBay, Google: service providers of the future?

Traditional IT service providers appear to be in the best position to lead the IT industry toward the utility computing landscape, but IDC sees things a bit differently; like the potential for some current or unknown players to emerge and disrupt the nature of utility computing. Take for instance, firms with platforms that already deliver on-demand services successfully on a global scale: Amazon, eBay, and Google.

July 21, 2004 by in Amazon

Crippling innovation -- and intelligence

Crippling innovation -- and intelligence

Michael Wertheimer, a former cryptologic mathematician with the National Security Agency, writes in the Washington Post about the need to focus more R&D on gleaning intelligence data from the Internet rather than traditional systems, such as fixed-line and cellular voice communications. The same issue confronts enterprises that don't understand that Internet is spawning disruptive technologies, such as VoIP, grid computing and IP conferencing, that they must invest in to stay competitive.

July 21, 2004 by in Networking

Analyst firm singles out best Wi-Fi chips

Analyst firm singles out best Wi-Fi chips

The world of wireless LAN chip vendors is a crowded one, but according to a recent report from analyst firm Linley Group, there are two that stand out: Atheros Communications, and Marvell Technology Group. The former, because its the hands-down leader in the dual-band 11a/g category, and the latter, because of the excellent range and integration among its 11b and 11g chip sets.

July 20, 2004 by in Processors

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