AT&T Offers Lame Response To DOJ Lawsuit
Telecom service provider contends that small, regional network operators such as Cricket Wireless and MetroPCS are significant threats to its business. Please.
How To Make Use Of Scale-Out Storage
IT managers are increasingly looking at high-capacity storage systems to help with server virtualization infrastructures, Big Data, and online applications.
Talking Jobs And Heading To Washington
Macromedia founder and BYTE videoblogger Marc Canter's Digital City project is all about that four-letter word President Obama addresses Thursday: Jobs.
Why Mobile Needs More Googles
Yahoo's recent leadership change underscores how some of the earliest Web pioneers have failed the mobile industry.
IT Greatness Vs. IT Risk
While a new Harvard Business Review research article warns of the financial perils of big IT projects, business technology leaders must keep their eyes squarely on the upside.
Social Wars: A New Hope
It's still early days in the transition to Enterprise 2.0 capitalism. To understand how it's playing out, consider where the action is: the IT sales cycle. First of a three-part series.
Are Digital Certificates Doomed?
Certificates are fundamental to the Web's SSL security model. But the recent DigiNotar attack and Comodo hacks show that the system must be strengthened, experts say.
Hackers Turn On Each Other
WikiLeaks fumbles the disclosure of sensitive government cables, while hacking competition website RankMyHack.com finds little honor among members.
What HP Must Do Now For CIOs
The decline of the HP Way turned off employees. Now HP must clarify its strategy to worried enterprise customers.
AT&T And T-Mobile: What's Next?
Justice Department lawsuit has more or less imploded AT&T's attempt to acquire T-Mobile. What options do the companies have now?