News that Intel is announcing a version of its Centrino platform that supports all three Wi-Fi radio types (a, b, and g) serves as reminder that, as much as Intel would like you to believe that Centrino is a special technology, it's not.
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There is no such thing as a free lunch, so companies should not throw caution to the wind when software vendors pitch free open source software, says J. Paul Kirby, an analyst with AMR Research.
Forrester Research says it has cut through the offshore hype in a report, "Low-Cost Global Delivery Model Showdown," which defines the low-cost global delivery model and its requirements, and then evaluates how well the top three U.S.
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Dubbed "Operation Digital Gridlock," The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Wednesday that it has launched a federal criminal probe of peer-to-peer-based trafficking of music, films, software and published works by a group known as the Underground Network.
The Supply Chain Management (SCM) market has matured according to AMR Research, pointing to its dwindling projected growth rate of 2.5% for 2005 from a 36% growth rate in 2000.
EWeek's Ellen Muraskin makes an interesting case. When vendors score large contracts, their marketing departments push hard to get customer clearance to announce the win and in the blink of an eye issue news releases.
SAP's dominance is giving the software powerhouse too much power says AMR's Lenny Riley, so much in fact that it's able to operate outside of...