I'm at the Vortex 2004 conference in sunny Santa Barbara, CA listening to Geoffrey Moore give an overview of the state of enterprise IT and the furture developments that CIOs need to consider in making decisions.
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I ran into Jonathan...
Hewlett-Packard has formally demanded that Sun and its president, Jonathan Schwartz, stop publishing what it calls "misleading and factually incorrect statements" about HP's commitment to HP-UX, its version of Unix.
More and more rural counties and cities are taking the initiative to develop local and statewide broadband networks to keep up...
What a strange weekend it has been for the most prolific CxO-cum-blogger in the high tech industry -- Sun COO and...
In a recent story, a Southern California man was convicted of illegally using unprotected hotspots to distribute spam. This was the first time anyone has been convicted under the Can-Spam Act.
Rafat Ali, author and publisher of the digital media blog Paidcontent.org points to what he calls a "fascinating account of a guy in Canada, who's developed a neighborhood network, where everyone there is watching digital TV with full PVR capability, making unmetered VoIP telephone calls, and downloading data at prodigious rates thanks to shared bandwidth.
If open source software (OSS) is going to survive, JBoss founder Marc Fleury believes, revenues from companies like Red Hat must start trickling down to the developers. On the heels of Red Hat's inclusion of ObjectWeb's open-source application server, Fleury has a message for the Linux distributor: Grow up.
From the What Are They Smokin' Dep't., Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was quoted as saying "More damage has been done in other periods of time (than today).