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April 30, 2010 by

Microsoft and HP: Love on the rocks?

When Microsoft announced it was pulling the plug on its Itanium support earlier this year, I wondered whether there was any pushback from HP, a long-time Itanium backer. But given this week's turn of events -- with HP buying Palm and rumors that HP might not come to market with its Windows 7 slate -- many industry watchers are wondering whether the long-time Microsoft-HP love affair has gone sour.

September 21, 2009 by

The best VoIP solution is ...

Businesses looking to implement a new VoIP solution or expand their existing investments are certainly spoiled for choice, and the benefits are not only available to the big spenders.

June 9, 2009 by

The best firewall is...

Firewalls have come a long way since we last looked at them in 2005, and have now become full-blown Unified Threat Management devices. We take a look at the top players.

August 6, 2008 by

News to know: Mozilla; Windows Server; LinuxWorld; Apple

Notable headlines:Ryan Naraine: Talking Firefox security with Mozilla's Window Snyder Mary Jo Foley: What's next for Windows ServerMicrosoft finalizes SQL Server 2008TechRepublic: 10 questions (and answers) about Microsoft Live MeshDancho Danchev: Today's assignment : Coding an undetectable malwareFake CNN news items malware campaign spreading rapidlyJoe McKendrick: Expert: SOA vulnerable to DNS security flaw, tooLarry Dignan: Mozilla taps crowd for concepts: Will the browser usurp the OS?

March 31, 2008 by

Why HP is different from IBM

When HP last year pushed IBM into second place in the supplier charts, some wondered where it could go from there. As head of a large chunk of the company, Ann Livermore should have some answers

March 14, 2008

The industry reflects, looks ahead

Industry players look back at 2007, discuss recession fears and name some hot technologies they'll be looking out for in 2008.

December 20, 2007 by

"Back that truck up"

One of the bigger issues preventing rapid software adaptation to hardware change is our general failure to understand how what came before affects our perceptions about what comes after - and if most of what we think we know about the IT past is wrong, what does that say about our ability to look forward?


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