Larry Dignan

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Who to watch and what to do in 2005

After a quick hit on Intel CEO Craig Barrett's on stage encounters with Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler I interview THINKStrategies founder and managing directorJeff Kaplan in ZDNet's second podcast (download the MP3, or get it through the RSS feed). Kaplan gazes into his crystal ball for utility computing, managedservices, outsourcing, and the IT research sectors in 2005.

January 10, 2005 by David Berlind

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Prepare for the 'applistructure' era

No, it's not what you get when you dedicate your organization to the Mac OS platform. But rather, 'applistructure' is the lastest buzzword which describes the blurring between application software and infrastructure middleware.

January 10, 2005 by Chris Jablonski

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While you were X-Mas shopping, there was a PPTP trainwreck

While it's month old news, I'm just now realizing that we never surfaced an important report into Between the Lines that was written in December by ZDNet blogger George Ou. Ou unearthed a critical security weakness in one of the most commonly deployed methods for establishing virtual private networks that no organization should turn a blind eye to: PPTP.

January 10, 2005 by David Berlind

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The rise of open-source services

News.com's Martin LaMonica reports on how new and established computing services companies are pushing installation and maintenance contracts for open-source software like Linux, Apache and MySQL...

January 9, 2005 by ZDNet

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What did you miss at CES?

The Gillmor Gang, led by ZDNet blogger Steve Gillmor, discusses the highs and lows of CES and the future of digital technology. Will PCs rule the living room?

January 9, 2005 by ZDNet

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Critical IE flaw...again

Secunia has raised its rating of the vulnerabilities in Microsoft's browser to "extremely critical" -- following the release of exploit code for one of the flaws.

January 9, 2005 by ZDNet

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