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An Oblix take on Net security

Eubanks, who joined the identity management company in 1999, sits down Face to Face with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber to discuss Internet security, the challenges for federated identity and the current outsourcing controversy.

March 15, 2004 by in CXO

The real costs of going offshore

"Offshoring" is the term du jour, but the process it describes is complicated and riddled with pitfalls. At the SandHill Group's Software 2004 conference in San Francisco, a panel of senior executives share their experiences and warn that the total costs of ownership can be higher than expected.

March 8, 2004 by in CXO

McBride outlines SCO's lawsuit strategy

SCO Group CEO Darl McBride sits down Face to Face with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber at Sand Hill Group's Software 2004 conference in San Francisco. McBride spoke openly about the ongoing battle over SCO's Unix intellectual property and provided some background on the new lawsuit.

March 2, 2004 by in Open Source

Yahoo: Past, present and future

Yahoo chiefs Terry Semel and Jerry Yang talk to author and columnist Kara Swisher in front of a large crowd at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. Looking back at the dot-com bust and ahead to a broadband boost, they also discuss outsourcing, Wi-Fi, Web-based advertising, content, search and spam.

March 2, 2004 by in Social Enterprise

Semel's modus operandi

Yahoo CEO Terry Semel sits down with Kara Swisher, author and columnist at The Wall Street Journal, in front of a packed house at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco, where he shares the early challenges of taking over the reins at Yahoo and his approach to keeping the company focused.

March 1, 2004 by in CXO

Security takes an OATH

VeriSign CEO Stratton Sclavos describes Open Authentication Reference Architecture, a new standard for user authentication and network access control at the RSA Security Conference in San Francisco.

February 26, 2004 by in Security

Time to ban MP3 players from work?

Digital music players and services are becoming more prevalent at work, and that is having an impact on bandwidth requirements at companies. Jennifer Geisler, Sr. Marketing Manager for Packeteer shares her view on whether or not it's time for companies to ban such devices from work.

February 18, 2004 by in Tech Industry

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