Catch The Wind
Business-technology leaders are optimistic about their companies' prospects this year. But they know IT budgets to support that growth will be tight.
Security Threats Won't Let Up
Attacks on business networks are expected to grow As use of spyware increases. The good news? As risk increases, companies are paying attention.
Sun Bets On High-Performance Computing For A Volume Market
Losing money and market share as more businesses and researchers turn to low-cost computing technologies from Intel and Microsoft, Sun Microsystems has begun an aggressive initiative to transfer new supercomputing techniques to its scientific and business products.
EMC To Buy VMware
It's the storage vendor's third major acquisition this year as it continues to morph into a software-based company.
Fix For A Sick System
Pilot data-analysis program aims to offer higher Medicare reimbursements to hospitals that provide better patient care
Go Virtual, Stay Agile
VW Credit uses virtualization of tech resources to cut costs, maintain flexibility, and keep customers happy
IBM Claims Nanotech Breakthrough
Its researchers say they've found a circuitry-design system that works with existing methods of electronics manufacturing as a stencil to etch flash memory circuitry into silicon.
New system helps Mullin Consulting provide fast file access to far–flung employees
Lindows.com Ships Linux For Laptops
The OS has laptop-specific power management capabilities, wireless card compatibility and support for shortcut keys found on some notebooks' keyboards.
Escape From Legacy Systems
A new architecture has let EPL add features more quickly, reduce defects, and cut customer installation times from 25 hours to four hours per branch.