From blacklists to Bayesian learning, look at the kind of spam problems your company has and evaluate products based on business need, The Advisory Council says. Also, plan for the company's continuation when drafting disaster-recovery plans.
According to a spokesman, SCO is gearing up for a big product release: the next version of the company's OpenServer Unix platform. This raises an interesting question: Who, exactly, buys a proprietary Unix system--something that typically requires years of guaranteed support and service--from a company that may not survive another Christmas?
SiliconValleyWatcher yesterday reported that Apple Computer has contracted to use multimedia chips from UK-based Alphamosaic in a future mobile device.
Alphamosaic was acquired by chipmaker Broadcom Corp. in September. The release announcing the transaction describes Alphamosaic's VC02 chip, which sounds like
Google is upping its IT ante. In its latest financial filing, the company anticipates it will "spend over $500 million on property and equipment, including information technology infrastructure, to manage [its] operations during 2005," assuming suitable property and equipment are available.
That's significantly more than the $176.8 million the company spent on capital ex
Web users fall into two categories: those who take what they're given and those who get what they want. If you identify more with the latter group, I'd like to acquaint you with a Firefox extension you're going to love. While I'm at it, I'll explain why some of the controversy surrounding this tool is motivated more by ignorance than by legitimate concern.
5 Top Federal Initiatives For 2015As InformationWeek Government readers were busy firming up their fiscal year 2015 budgets, we asked them to rate more than 30 IT initiatives in terms of importance and current leadership focus. No surprise, among more than 30 options, security is No. 1. After that, things get less predictable.
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