Judge Dismisses AOL's Spam Suit
A U.S. District Court judge in Virginia says AOL failed to show that Virginia, AOL's home state, had jurisdiction over a group of Florida computer technicials who allegedly aided spammers.
The Future Of E-Mail
Ferris Research says that within five years, it will blend with an even wider range of collaaborative functions.
GAO: Procurement Database Has Inaccuracies
The investigative arm of Congress says the information in the Federal Procurement Data System is inaccurate and incomplete, perhaps causing hundreds of millions of dollars in buying discrepencies.
TECH STOCKS: A Mixed Bag
The Nasdaq inched upward while other major indexes, including our InformationWeek 100, fell slightly.
Visa Meets Holiday Crunch
Its VisaNet system handled holiday-season traffic that reached as much as 5,119 transaction messages per second.
EDS Inks Beverage Deals
The IT services firm says it has signed contracts worth more than $300 million to perform work for companies in Europe, Latin America, and the United States.
Security: From Bad To Worse?
A TruSecure security study says additional threats from peer-to-peer file-sharing software and spyware could make 2004 even tougher for businesses than 2003.
Microsoft To Pay SPX $60 Million
The maker of transformers, antennas, and industrial equipment says Microsoft will pay by Tuesday; a month ago, a jury found Microsoft guilty of misusing some of SPX's software.
SmartAdvice: IT Generalist Background Gives An Edge
Those all-around skills you've acquired in a small shop will serve you better than you realize, The Advisory Council says. And, look at middleware when you do a readiness assessment, and reassess infrastructure software before looking at other infrastructure projects.