Brian Haverty

Brian Haverty has been editing and writing on an extensive range of technology subjects for 10 years in Australia but the areas he specialises in are digital publishing and production systems. He has launched a number of print publications in Australia, including Technology & Business and C|Level, and has served as Editor-in-Chief for the Australian editions of PC Magazine and Windows Sources.

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Egomaniacs anonymous

Egomaniacs anonymous

commentary People have enough trouble trusting what they read on the Internet without having to worry what axe an author has to grind. One of my favourite monthly publications from several years ago was the New York-based and now defunct SPY  magazine.

March 1, 2004 by in Enterprise Software

Dell says no to Linux fees

Dell says no to Linux fees

In a 'Meet the Press' session following his keynote address at OracleWorld 2003 in San Francisco, chief executive officer Michael Dell responded to questions on Linux after his rather bullish statements on how Dell was embracing open source. When asked whether the SCO Group's move to secure license fees for the use of Unix in Linux was affecting Dell's Linux plans, Michael Dell replied, "Not at all.

September 11, 2003 by in Enterprise Software