Google outlined plans to allow its customers to buy more storage if they run past their caps from posting photos or hoarding email. But why pay Google for storage when it's basically free elsewhere?
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Larry Dignan and other IT industry experts, blogging at the intersection of business and technology, deliver daily news and analysis on vital enterprise trends.
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Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: ATI driver flaw exposes Vista kernel to attackers.On deck: Critical Windows, Office, IE patches.
The other day a colleague who uses OS X spoke to me, angry at the fact that Powerpoint's "auto-save" feature hadn't actually done any saving and a crash left him with hours of work undone. He asked me "what do you use to build presentation on the Mac?
Matt Asay has an interview with Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz on news.com.
Google filed its second quarter regulatory filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company's filing matched what it reported a few weeks ago.
Email attachments are becoming increasingly passe and that may open some security concerns.Today, I gave the just launched Zoho Viewer a spin and liked it overall.
On today's podcast:Cisco.com goes dark on patch day.
Apparently a few Mozilla folks have a problem with my characterization of Firefox's retention statistics.The main beef: What was I comparing Firefox's retention stats to?
Vonage reported its second quarter earnings Thursday and there were plenty of negatives. However, there were a few reasons to have a little optimism.
There's a good bit of hubbub about Google News offering comments from story subjects and then walling them off. But is this walled garden approach really all that shocking?