The latest image gallery in TechRepublic's series of "Dinosaur Sightings" offers a look, inside and out, at 1970s-era consumer computers.
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Dana Gardner, formerly with the Yankee Group and the Aberdeen Group, recently launched Interarbor Solutions, a consultancy focusing on enterprise applications, software infrastructure, RSS and other topics. Dana has agreed to post some of his insights on Between the Lines.
There's a good discussion going on over in Paul Murphy's blog about the pros and cons of outsourcing your mission-critical IT functions. Murphy, never one to pull a punch, started things off with this:Outsourcing is a solution to internal incompetence at either, or both, the business and IT levels...
IT security expert Richard Stiennon joins our expanding team of expert bloggers this week. Richard, whose impressive resume includes stints at Webroot Software (VP of threat research) and Gartner Inc.
The primary reason for studying failed projects is to become more successful. Although many people have opinions on this topic, few possess sufficient experience to discuss it credibly.
As we all know, almost all IT implementation failures suffer from unreconciled points of view, confusion, politics, and unclear definitions of success. No wonder these situations are difficult to manage and control successfully.
At Cisco Live in San Francisco this week, CEO John Chambers called video "the killer app." Here are the videos viewed most often during the first half of 2009 by ZDNet members and visitors:1) The lightbulb of the future?
Here's a stone tablet's worth of rules that no IT shop can afford to break.