At this week's W3C Tenth Anniversary celebration, one of the hot topics of discussion both on and off the stage was trust.
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The New York Times is reporting that...
ZDNet surveyed IT decision makers in over 400 enterprises to get a handle on the how printing technology is viewed in terms of IT infrastructure, including how much the demand for color versus monochrome printing is changing, the timing of migrations to new technology, and the degree to which document imaging and production is outsourced.
The British have given us much to be thankful for: The Beatles, Shakespeare, crumpets, and if you haven't heard, ITIL (Information Technology Information Library), a framework of best practices for aligning IT services with business requirements. The UK government came up with ITIL in the late 80s in an effort to improve IT service management, and now it's embraced by industries worldwide.
Stephen Shankland reports that...
Tom Foremski of the SiliconValleyWatcher describes the mood of the...
The feedback is already rolling in response to my colleague Dan Farber's posting regarding a recent panel's conclusions that e-mail users are partly to blame for how out-of-control the spam problem is.
While at the World Wide Web...
Spam is an awareness problem, not a product or technology problem, Symantec CEO John Thompson said during a panel discussion hosted by Esther Dyson on the "Accountable Net.
Sure, you've got a rough idea about how Google's crawler-based search engine works, but do you ever wonder what is really going on behind that deceptively simple white page?