In a contributed commentary, Bank of America Venture Partners Director Sharon Wienbar goes to great lengths to list the defining characteristics...
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According to the Internet Storm Center, an unpatched Windows PC connected to the Internet will last for only about 20 minutes on average before it's compromised by malware. In 2003, a PC could last around 40 minutes before an invasion.
In a filing that seeks dismissal of SCO's contract claims, IBM has filed a motion for partial summary judgement with the U.S.
First, there was anti-virus.
Stephen H. Wildstrom says that the open source movement is moving into murkier waters as the intellectual-property surrounding it grows more uncertain.
Unsheathing his sharp tongue again, Sun president and COO Jonathan Schwartz strokes HP...
The RSS specification, otherwise known as Really Simple Syndication, is slowly working its way into other applications. One of the more promising ones, according to a News.
In an acknowledgement that businesses will not only be slower to deploy SP2, but...
AMR Research has got the inside scoop on...
In his blog, leadership Guru Tom Brown says,"Blaming other managers and reorganizing are time-tested techniques used by top managers repeatedly over the last 100 years. Usually such responses to management crises inject widespread fear and, sometimes, short-term performance spikes.