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Larry Dignan is Editor in Chief of ZDNet and Editorial Director of ZDNet's sister site TechRepublic. He was most recently Executive Editor of News and Blogs at ZDNet. Prior to that he was executive news editor at eWeek and news editor at Baseline. He also served as the East Coast news editor and finance editor at CNET News.com. Larry has covered the technology and financial services industry since 1995, publishing articles in WallStreetWeek.com, Inter@ctive Week, The New York Times, and Financial Planning magazine. He's a graduate of the Columbia School of Journalism and the University of Delaware.

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IBM and SAP--not this year

IBM and SAP--not this year

Tom Foremski of SiliconValleyWatcher talked to Ray Lane (who was the Gillmor Gang guest last week) about IBM and SAP. Tom writes: Mr Lane is convinced that IBM should acquire SAP.

October 20, 2005 by in SAP

Who's accountable (or liable) for software security?

Who's accountable (or liable) for software security?

Bruce Schneier has added his viewpoint to the debate that started with Howard Schmidt's comment that programmers should be held personally accountable for the quality of their code. In a Wired News column, Schneier writes: He's on the right track, but he's made a dangerous mistake.

October 20, 2005 by in Security

Ballmer: Microsoft to go after Linux strongholds

Ballmer: Microsoft to go after Linux strongholds

During Wednesday's main attraction here at Gartner Symposium in Orlando, FL -- a keynote Q&A session with Microsoft's Steve Ballmer -- the CEO of the Redmond, WA-based company gave some details on how Microsoft plans to win the hearts and minds of buyers who are thinking about going with Linux instead of Windows.  A copy of the entire 45 minute interview can be downloaded (it's 21 MB) by clicking here.

October 19, 2005 by in Enterprise Software

Adding value to other's content

Adding value to other's content

Who does the following scenario describe: An online Web site grabs a bunch of content created by others and puts ads on it in an effort to generate cash.  Content owners are angry at being exploited.

October 19, 2005 by in Google

Ballmer on services, twitch cycles, AJAX, Google and innovation

Ballmer on services, twitch cycles, AJAX, Google and innovation

Following up on my questions earlier in the day, Steve Ballmer cleared some of the fog around how Microsoft plans to innovate in services and iterate at Web speed (compete with Google and others treading on his company’s turf) during an interview at Gartner’s Symposium ITxpo with analysts Tim Bittman and Dave Cearley [video clip here].

October 19, 2005 by in Windows

A quick take with Steve Ballmer

A quick take with Steve Ballmer

I ran into Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer briefly prior to his keynote at Gartner’s Symposium ITxpo, wearing a bright red sweater, and walking by himself—no entourage, PR handlers or flock of CIOs and conference attendees surrounding him. I've known Ballmer since my early days in tech journalism, and he has always been approachable.

October 19, 2005 by in Microsoft

HP's Mark Hurd: Thinking about zeroes

HP's Mark Hurd: Thinking about zeroes

HP CEO Mark Hurd talks fast, walks fast and he’s a man in a hurry to fix HP, and the clock is ticking. During a Symposium ITxpo Q&A with Gartner analysts Carl Claunch and Leslie Fiering, Hurd gave his usual pitch, focusing on the fundamentals and execution pitch, doubling down on core enterprise areas—servers, storage and management software [watch a video clip].

October 18, 2005 by in Hewlett Packard Enterprise

New HP iPAQ hw6500 smartphone is a dud

New HP iPAQ hw6500 smartphone is a dud

Here at Gartner Symposium ITxpo, HP held an early morning breakfast to give the press a preview of the Windows Mobile-based smartphone that it announced today: the HP iPAQ hw6500 Mobile Messenger (pictured left).  You can’t buy such smartphones the way you buy PDAs.

October 18, 2005 by in Mobility

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