News & Commentary
Content tagged with Mobile posted in February 2005
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Vignette Expands Reach
News  |  2/3/2005  | 
Access Distribution will add Vignette portal and collaboration solutions to its portfolio of enterprise application software solutions.
Lawyer For Harvard Student Battling Apple Will Seek To Dismiss Lawsuit
News  |  2/3/2005  | 
A lawyer, who has signed on to represent a Harvard student being sued by Apple Computer, said he will seek to dismiss the case on First Amendment free-speech grounds within two weeks.
SBC Details Job Cuts
News  |  2/3/2005  | 
Telecom company expects to reduce head count by nearly 13,000 once it completes its acquisition of AT&T.
SmartAdvice: Look For The Business Benefit In Wireless Technology
Commentary  |  2/2/2005  | 
Untethering some business processes could create value, even in daily tasks, The Advisory Council says. Also, here are 10 tips for becoming a successful manager.
Average IT Pay Drops 2.6% In 2004, Job Site Says
News  |  2/2/2005  | 
Such low pay levels haven't been seen since before 2001.
New VoIP-Enabled Roaming Client
News  |  2/2/2005  | 
PCTel's new product permits users to make and get calls using the same number on cellular and IP networks.
Intrusion Prevention System Works With Open-Source Apps
News  |  2/2/2005  | 
Metanetworks Technologies, Inc. has unveiled a wire-speed Gigabit Ethernet network intrusion detection and prevention system designed to monitor applications and support open-source network security.
Process Gets Boost From SOX
News  |  2/2/2005  | 
The work SOX requires is a great start for process improvement, automation and control.
When Will IT Begin Acting Its Age?
Commentary  |  2/1/2005  | 
Microsoft last December distributed $32 billion to shareholders. That move, as we learned on Tuesday, boosted personal income in the United States by 3.7% in December. It also suggests that IT vendors are becoming more like other types of companies.
Survey: Majority Of Federal Workers Express Interest In Telecommuting
News  |  2/1/2005  | 
But government IT pros blame information-security requirements for the slow progress on developing telework programs.
Sun Unveils Grid Computing Pricing Strategy
News  |  2/1/2005  | 
Company plans to charge $1 an hour for each microprocessor used, and $1 per month for each gigabyte of storage.
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