Content posted in September 2004
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IT Confidential: Geek Love: A Laptop, A Van, A Honey Pot
Commentary  |  9/3/2004  | 
'We are architecting the communications network of the future.'
Businesses Technology: Killer Businesses, Hubs of Commerce, And The IW Fall Conference
Commentary  |  9/3/2004  | 
Small- and medium-sized businesses today have unprecedented opportunities to become deeply engaged in global business by aligning themselves closely with large organizations that are eager to have smaller partners work with them around the world on the condition that those partners follow tightly proscribed requirements for technology standards, business processes, product and service quality, and speed.
On The Horizon: Air Societal Concerns To Fill Innovation Gaps
Commentary  |  9/3/2004  | 
George Orwell's vision of future in the guise of RFID is one abuse away.
Langa Letter: Real-Life Experiences With XP's SP2
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
Forget the ivory-tower pundits--here are first-hand reports from the trenches, relayed by your peers who've already installed the new Service Pack.
SmartAdvice: Consider Hardware, Software, And User Education In Securing Your Networks
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
If you don't have the right skills to secure your networks in-house, run a security audit, then look for outside expertise, The Advisory Council says. Also, boost software quality with a formal application-development methodology.
The Great Data Merge
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
Vendors are busy on data integration because they've got a lot of work to do, and they know it.
Hiring Squeeze
Commentary  |  9/2/2004  | 
When IT professionals hear talk of coming employment shortages, certain specialties come to mind. Over the past several years, for example, you'd have a hard time browsing a trade magazine without hearing at least a passing reference to the mainframe skills shortage that companies should expect as their older, COBOL-loving experts quit
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