in the long term both the separation ofauthorization from identity and the required standardization in document management areinevitable -and information technology, the stuff you and I do, will lead the way
By Paul Murphy
for Managing L'unix
| November 21, 2005 -- 03:38 GMT (19:38 PST)
| Topic: Tech Industry
The wikileaks don't add up
Buying for tomorrow: Cryptography and SPARC/CMT
The iPad in business
Singapore sets up inter-agency digital team with aim to create 10,000 tech jobs
eBay mocks Amazon with anti-Prime Day 'sales crash'
The online marketplace is poking fun at Amazon by saying it will host a “Crash Sale.”
DJI unveils plans to start assembling drones in US amid security concerns
LG and Qt partner up to expand webOS to automobiles and smart home devices
LG Electronics and The Qt Company will collaborate to apply webOS open source platform to automotive, robotics, and smart home devices.
Apple buys self-driving startup Drive.ai: Report
The startup shut down its operations a fortnight ago.
Apple is an exclusive club, says Facebook executive
Former politician Nick Clegg assails Apple -- but not by name -- and contrasts it with Facebook's populist universality. Oh, please.
Jobs at Apple: New engineering hub in Seattle plans to hire 2,000 employees
Apple promises to make Seattle a "key hub" for software and hardware developers.
US-China tech cold war heats up: But Huawei has other irons in the fire
As the trade dispute bites, Chinese tech giant Huawei is pushing on with efforts in regions like the Balkans.
US bill to force tech giants to tell users how much their data is worth
Bill would also force large tech companies to disclose what user data they collect and how they're monetizing it.