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EMC builds out its IT management portfolio with another platform offering real-time visibility into network, data center and cloud infrastructures.
HP Labs research into the Net-Zero Energy Datacenter has implications for more efficient management and operation of existing datacenters.
Software vendor highlights vulnerability in Web sites serving ASP.NET pages that could lead to denial-of-service of attacks and suggests temporary fix ahead of releasing patch.
The telecoms regulator has told ISPs they must be clearer with broadband customers about when they restrict traffic on their networks, otherwise it may use its powers to force them to be more transparent
Net impact publishes 6th annual guide to graduate degree programs specializing in sustainability strategy and management.
Create barcodes in Windows Forms C# and VB.NET. Written entirely in .NET managed code. Compatible with C#, VB.NET, and other .NET languages....
New lab will be dedicated to research and training in emerging technologies that could help building management systems move toward net-zero impact.
The BT-owned ISP is offering home workers and gamers guaranteed low latency for an extra £5 a month, and claims the service will not affect the internet experience of those who do not pay
Abyss Web Server X1 is a free Web server available for Windows, MacOS X and Linux. Despite its small footprint, it supports secure...
The European Commission has ordered a fact-finding exercise to gather evidence of the blocking and throttling of internet traffic, and to look at the barriers customers face if they want to change operators
BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, O2, 3 and Vodafone have signed up to a voluntary code of practice intended to ensure customers are informed of their providers' traffic management policies
BT, Sky and other major ISPs will agree next week to a code of practice that calls for them to be transparent about the traffic-management policies they apply to their customers' broadband
Bill Detwiler shows you how unlock the hidden Administrator account on Windows 7 and Vista with the Computer Management console and Net User command.
Communications minister Ed Vaizey has said that ISPs should be free to explore 'flexible' business models, but digital rights campaigners argue that the government is encouraging 'walled gardens'
The web giant and comms provider have asked US authorities to force a level of network neutrality on fixed-line ISPs, but to allow wireless operator freedom to discriminate between online services
The regulator does not think blanket restrictions on ISP traffic management are necessary, but it has asked for opinions nonetheless
With the launch of Apple's iPad in the UK, operators say tiered data pricing and femtocells may ease the consequences of massive demand on data
When does transparency hurt your competitive edge? That question will be at front and center among Internet access providers as they mull over the six-principle Net neutrality framework outlined by the FCC. Look for a big scrum over network management transparency.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski on Monday outlined a Net Neutrality framework to prevent Internet providers from discriminating against content and applications while requiring them to be transparent about their network management practices.
Successfactors (SFSF) the Strategic Human Capital Management/people performance software as a service company I last wrote about in June, today expanded their scope to embrace 'Business Execution Software', which is now the strap line under their company logo.As Larry Dignan covered here on ZD Net prior to the analyst briefing todayThe people performance market—SuccessFactors’ current market—is estimated to be about $15.
I had the opportunity to communicate with Karen Unger of American Document Management. Lenny Chesal, of Host.
'The ROI of Online Customer Service communities' by Forrester customer experience and relationship management analyst Natalie Petouhoff is a $US 1,999 'Total Economic Impact™ Analysis' (TEI) report.Mike Krigsman over at his 'IT failures' blog here on ZD Net seems impressed by the report's findings, so I took a quick look at what is publicly available at Forrester.
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