Stories From The Issue Of » April 09, 2007
With The H-1B Visa Cap Filled In Record Time, Reform Is In The Air
If changes to the controversial foreign worker program happen, they'll likely occur this year and be tied to increases in the visa cap.
The Fight Against Infoglut
Several vendors, including IBM, EMC, and Microsoft, offer systems that help you leverage ever-increasing amounts of digital information.
Online Casinos Intend To Make A Game Of It
Amid a 6-month-old law prohibiting online gaming in the United States, gambling sites insist they hold the stronger hand.
- Brief: Motorola Offers Exchange Program For Wi-Fi Mesh Gear
- Brief: Google Brings Map Mashups To The Masses
- Intel Plans Centrino Mobile Chip
- Satyam Opens Software Development Center In Sao Paulo, Brazil
- Software AG To Buy webMethods For $546 Million In Challenge To IBM, Microsoft
- Mozilla Labs Adds Social Networking Features To Firefox
- IRS Exposes Taxpayer Data With Missing Computers
- Microsoft's Latest Patch: More Than Three Months In The Making, Exploits Unleashed First
- Cisco Follows Microsoft With Unified Communications System For Small Businesses
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