10 Good Reasons You Can't Have That Data
The Justice Department has rejected a request to view a database of foreign lobbyists, saying the file is so big that copying it could cause the computer on which it resides to crash and irretrievably destroy data.
SmartAdvice: Are Blogs The Next Internet Marketing Phenomenon?
Here are some factors to consider when your company ponders whether to blog or not, The Advisory Council says. Also, expand outsourcing's value by building ongoing relationships; and match your telecom requirements to your providers' products for savings and best performance.
Router Choices Grow
Juniper Networks rolls out its first networking devices designed for businesses
Wal-Mart Outlines RFID Expansion Plans
The retailer says that by June 2005, it expects to have the project live in up to six distribution centers, and as many as 250 Wal-Mart and Sam's Club locations.
Cisco Snags Procket
It's paying about $89 million for some key assets of the router maker, including its intellectual property and most of its engineering team.
Getting RFID Into The Skies
Testing the technology within the aviation industry is progressing rapidly as carriers and manufacturers seek to spot potential problems.
California Hospital Offers Wi-Fi While You Recover
El Camino Hospital last week become one of the first to provide high-speed wireless access to patients and visitors, making access available throughout its hospital campus and two off-site dialysis centers