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June 19, 2013 by

As the Do Not Track standard unravels, privacy alternatives emerge

The W3C standards body responsible for developing the Do Not Track standard is lurching toward a final document, roughly 18 months behind schedule. The likelihood that a useful standard will emerge is small, leading one Mozilla-backed group to develop its own set of tougher privacy controls.

October 10, 2012 by

Cloud computing: here we go again

The same pattern has emerged again and again in the history of IT. New ideas emerge. Vendors develop their own approaches. Camps form to support those approaches. Eventually standards emerge. The battle over cloud computing standards and approaches is only the latest repetition of the pattern

February 20, 2012 by

10 ways to stretch IT budget

Companies should be proactive, not reactive when planning IT budgets, which helps ride out economic volatility and avoid unnecessary cuts, observers say.

September 7, 2011 by

Wait to police mobile payments: Westpac

Westpac has warned that any attempt by the Reserve Bank of Australia to develop standards for mobile payments would leave the country's users saddled with half-baked and underdeveloped technology.


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