Web Crossing, Inc., an enterprise collaboration software company, today introduced SiteCrossing, a hosted Web site service offering blogging and collaboration tools for individuals, as well as small- and medium-sized businesses.
Business Technology: Security, Microsoft, And High-Stakes Poker
Microsoft is playing high-stakes poker with its customers over the security of its products and technologies, and so far, Bob Evans says, the company's raises and bluffs have held up. But the other players are getting tired of the game, and Microsoft might find that dominating such a game will be little more than a Pyrrhic victory.
Securing Government IT: Your Tax Dollars Not At Work
Securing our federal IT systems and networks is so important that spending tax dollars to educate some 125 federal chief information security officers about the latest in cybersecurity-and to get them to collaborate-seems like a sound investment. That's not the case, however.
Qwest Makes Another Bid For MCI
Regional phone company increases cash portion of its offer in an effort to snatch the long-distance company from Verizon Communications.
Blogging for the Ears
In researching a story about Apple's new iPods and podcasting that should appear on InformationWeek.com shortly, I spoke with Royal Farros, CEO of MessageCast, Inc.
While discussing how podcasting and blogging are related activities, Farros made an interesting observation about bloggers.
Business Technology: RFID: Time To Take A Stand
Sensing defeat, the ACLU and other hand-wringers crank up to attempt to squelch RFID initiatives regardless of potential benefits these technologies and related business-process improvements might offer, Bob Evans says.
Cisco's Net Income Nearly Doubles
Networking company says businesses are starting to spend more on technology and reports strong gains in sales and profits for its fiscal second quarter.
Super Bowl XXXIX Is A High-Tech Playground
The game of football hasn't changed much in decades, but the influence of technology on Sunday's Super Bowl game will be on display, as companies hawking and using technology jockey for their place in the Jacksonville sun.
Search Engine Claims It Is 'Web's Biggest'
A Web search engine that uses the "whois" database said Friday that it searches more Web sites than any other search engine, including Google, which crawls the Web in a different manner for its search results.
SBC Details Job Cuts
Telecom company expects to reduce head count by nearly 13,000 once it completes its acquisition of AT&T.