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Microsoft seems to be in the spirit of giving this holiday season.On Tuesday, the company released details about its implementation of Open Document Format 1.
One of the big takeaways from IBM's innovations talk over collaboration tools was that Web 2.0 technology is easing its way into the enterprise.
Employers are finding it increasingly difficult to fill tech vacancies, with key IT skills in short supply, according to a research
"From the desktop to the enterprise." That's sort of the way Redmonk principal analyst and co-founder James Governor and I summed things up this week when we decided that the same sort of architecture for integrating loosely coupled services on the server side is probably the way it should work on the desktop too.
Security firm Symantec has highlighted Web 2.0 technologies and instant messaging (IM) applications as significant threats to corporate security.
GIRDAC PDF Converter Standard is a software application for converting PDF documents to Microsoft Word .DOC, .DOCX, .XML and .RTF file...
Yahoo CIO Lars Rabbe works in a competitive and rapidly changing market, where new ideas can affect millions of users. His current challenge: innovating around Web 2.0 and social networking. In a CIO Vision Series interview, he talks about some of the tools and technologies that are driving development at Yahoo and how to promote a culture of innovation.
In future, phishers will avoid using spam and instead hijack small parts of 'trusted' Web sites in order to bypass anti-phishing tools.
This software offers a solution to users who want to convert one or many XML files into PDFs. The user simply chooses the file/s or...
Mixed feelings on Binary XML.
Research predicts that spending on IT will grow over the next year, but the IT jobs market is still flat
Programmers who have COBOL and new programming language skills such as XML and Java are well placed to take a lead role in major enterprise software projects
Learn why an enterprise turned to XML middleware for its B2B needs--and saw results in the form of lower transaction costs, more efficient collaboration, and improved customer satisfaction.
IBM, Sun, Oracle and dozens of other companies are all gunning to become the back-end platform provider of choice
Is the price right for Sequoia Software's IPO? The company had to lower its asking price, but could do well considering it's a XML e-business software company
How do you know when the euphoria has officially left the tech sector? The buzzword abuse declines dramatically
When the most exciting items on the IPO calendar this week are donut maker Krispy Kreme and a bunch of biotech offerings, you have to wonder what happened to all that dot-com enthusiasm from a few months ago
Corel is amazing -- for all the wrong reasons
Intel announces new details of its high-end Willamette processor, including a 1.5GHz version, and low-end Timna chips
Get ready for the first new IPO buzzword of the millennium - XML, or eXtensible Markup Language
Sun and Microsoft are once again in a battle -- this time maneuvering to settle who controls the next big step in Web technology
After the hype that followed the first rumours of an XML standard, the W3C had to build a spec that satisfied a hungry audience of would be developers. How did it fair?