Headlines of the day:CNET mourns the loss of James Kim. Phil Wainewright discusses DNS for the Web 2.
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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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At a Churchill Club event last month, Palm CEO Ed Colligan was interviewed by New York Times correspondent John Markoff. In the podcast, Colligan discusses Palm's products strategy and trends in the mobile space.
Vista's hardware requirements got you down? Merrill Lynch is betting that you'll call Citrix.
A few good reasons why enterprises aren't jumping on the Vista bandwagon until late 2007 to 2008: --Training costs: Upgrade Vista, Office and Exchange at once as Microsoft would like. Sure why not?
Many of you have been following the search for our CNET colleague James Kim. After the good news that his wife and two children were found in good condition, James' body was found today in a remote part of Oregon wilderness, where he had been missing for 11 days.
The Mars Global Surveyor is one engineering project that keeps going and going. The spacecraft launched in 1997 and lost communications with NASA about a month ago, but keeps sending back gems.
David interviews SugarCRM CEO John Roberts, focusing on the definition of open source. In the podcast, Roberts maintains his hybrid, commercial open source CRM solution can legitimately be called open source, and that his license is merely a merger of two existing open source licenses: the Mozilla Public License and the Attribution Assurance License.
Whether Apple can be an enterprise player has been the subject of debate for years, but one analyst thinks that the company's recent purchase of a U.K.
Yahoo's reorg from all angles.Novell: We’ll help Microsoft develop ODF compatibility in Office, if they ask.
Wall Street has spoken on the Yahoo reorganization--and it's not sure what to make of it yet. Some analysts say the moves don't address Yahoo's technology gap against rivals while others were more optimistic.