Bank cards, SIM cards, even in your passport: smart cards are everywhere. But the EU believes such smart card chip suppliers are falling foul of antitrust laws by fixing prices.
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The enterprise business management company began trading on the New York Stock Exchange this morning at $48.05 per share, nearly double its original price.
The European Commission has unveiled its long-awaited broadband package, which aims to standardise the regulation of fibre deployment and spectrum management across the EU
Fujitsu today announced an 18-month deal with WA's largest electricity provider Verve energy to design and implement an energy trading management system.
Identity and Passport Service officials have suggested that ID cards could be used as identification when travelling beyond the EU
An IT professional has been fined £85,000 for insider trading, Management Today reports.The fine was imposed by the Financial Services Authority on John Shevlin, who used to work at the Body Shop.
In March 2006, in a podcast interview with ZDNet, Sun president and COO Jonathan Schwartz dropped a hint that his company had something in the works that was very much like the Liberty Alliance (in the way that it undermined the usage of proprietary identity management systems like Microsoft's Passport), but for purposes of undermining proprietary digital rights management systems (DRM) like Apple's FairPlay instead.
The semantic tools provided by the EU-funded WIDE project allow designers and engineers to collaborate over the Web even if they don't share a common technical language and come from various cultures. This approach is very different from traditional knowledge management ones which often force all the people involved to speak the same language.
I wasn't disappointed by the recent Supreme Court ruling that allowed content owners to sue file trading networks for failure to do enough to protect their copyrights. That shouldn't surprise anyone who caught my post last week where I defended content owners against the "fair use" militias who want to force them not to package their products in ways that would help to prevent file trading in the first place (namely, with Digital Rights Management (DRM) that restricts the way media can be used).
Developers to get peek at InfoCard tech for ID management in Windows, as Microsoft moves on from much maligned Passport.
The EU says that only five of its states will meet the US' October deadline, and has called for an extension for its citizens
George Goodman, newly installed president of the multi-vendor Liberty Alliance, was recently interviewed for his take on the waning acceptance of Microsoft's Passport model, and what his organization will be doing for federated indentity management going forward.
Microsoft has talked up the Australian prospects for BizTalk 2004, an integrated server management system the company claims marks a major step forward for its e-business solution development strategy. BizTalk 2004 is claimed to enable connectivity between systems, people and trading partners through an easily integrated framework, building on the Microsoft Windows server system and the Microsoft .
Microsoft will implement a package of changes in its .Net Passport online authentication service, to prevent the service from running afoul of EU data protection laws.
Changes to bring Microsoft's .Net Passport authentication service into line with EU privacy laws will benefit users worldwide
StorageNetworks, a company that shifted from hosting large companies' data storage to selling storage management software, named two top executives Wednesday. Joe Quaglia, senior vice president of worldwide sales and business development, previously led sales at Computer Associates' northeast division. And Jan Porell, senior vice president of corporate and product marketing, worked in marketing at EMC. StorageNetworks shares tripled to $90.25 after its initial public offering in June 2000, but since then has been hit by reduced computer technology spending and had to lay off staff. In midday trading Wednesday, its shares dropped 11 cents to $1.51. --Stephan Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Struggling consumer-electronics maker Sonicblue announced several executive changes Friday, a day after narrowly missing analysts' earnings expectations. The biggest change comes from the chief operating officer position. COO John Todd will move into a consulting capacity immediately, the company said. He joined Sonicblue just under a year ago after leaving PC maker Gateway where he was the chief financial officer. Company representatives said Sonicblue is not looking for a new COO at this time. Todd is the second executive at the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company to move out of upper management this month. Earlier this month, David Sugishita left the company after serving as chief financial officer for less than two months. Todd took over as interim CFO. The company announced Thursday that Marcus Smith will be taking over as acting CFO immediately. Smith has been the company's vice president of finance for the past year. During the company's first-quarter earnings call Thursday, Chief Executive Ken Potashner said that there would be additional executive changes in the near future. In midday trading, Sonicblue shares were down 64 cents, almost 25 percent, to $1.95. --Richard Shim, Special to ZDNet News
Business to business computing may just be the space where P2P finds its most lucrative application. First areas that are being tested are trading, collaborative and content management applications.
With e-marketplaces gearing to become the model of choice for on-line trading, Tivoli has announced a suite of system management tools aimmed at helping to maintain the integrity, performance and security of those marketplacves.
XML-based components first to provide real time view of supply chain via the Internet SINGAPORE, 7 July 2000 -- Mainpath, a supply chain execution trading hub that brings together buyers and sellersof logistics and supply chain management services, is forming a strategic alliance with Viewlocity, a leading global provider of B2B integration and online trading community solutions.
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