AMR Research has some recommendations for companies aiming to get their offshore outsourcing initiatives right the first time around. Taking a partner-based approach to relationship building with a high level of collaboration is at the core of their advice.
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Almost a month to the day since Stamps.com launched its make-your-own-stamp photo stamps service, it's making some adjustments to deal with some people who have managed to successfully create some rather controversial stamps.
The September issue of Harvard Business...
Network Solutions is advising its clients that a rule change at ICANN will leave...
If you haven't noticed already, ZDNet just got a face lift, and among the new features is the introduction of a research section.
XML may be living up to its hype but challenges persist. For one, as Dan Farber recently pointed out in his blog, industry observers are worried that the proliferation of XML schemas has gone too far, potentially creating new instances of interoperability problems.
Transmeta has shipped its Pentium-compatible Efficeon TM8800 processor.
Microsoft's Virtual Server 2005 is finally coming to market. The software helps improve utilization and management by allowing a server to run multiple operating systems, or multiple copies of the same operating system on Intel-based hardware at a single time.
Intel CTO Pat Gelsinger says the Internet must be upgraded with a new layer of capabilities to deal with imminent problems of capacity, security and reliability. While he applauded efforts by Cisco and other networking companies to improve the existing Internet plumbing, Gelsinger argued that it's not sufficient to deal with the complexity of Internet2, the shift to IPv6 and other issues.