Dot-Com Jobs Cuts Rise At Finance Firms
Dot-com jobs in the financial sector led the cuts in February and March. More traditional industries, such as finance, held their dot-com operations together through the initial bloodbath.
Videoconferencing's Virtual Room
Duke University's Fuqua School of Business uses its 'telepresence' system to provide an ultrahigh-speed link between campuses in Durham, N.C., and Frankfurt, Germany.
WorldCom Releases Stripped-Down Frame Relay Services
Bundled Frame Relay includes packages of ports, circuits, and hardware, and Economy Frame Relay combines local access with low-bandwidth links for customers who need to connect many remote locations for applications such as E-mail and point-of-sale transactions.
As The Cookies Crumble
A new survey reports that popular Web sites are more cognizant of consumer privacy, share less visitor information, and have reduced their dependency on third-party browser cookies.
Uncle Scott Wants You!
Sun Microsystems looks to the open-source community in its battle for developers with Microsoft.
PDA Wars: Round Two
Is there one sure winner in the mobile market? Not hardly, Giga VP Carl Zetie says.
Red Hat To Ship Linux Advanced Server
The version of Linux, based on the version 2.4 operating system kernel, includes asynchronous input/output to improve performance, and supports clustering for failover across two nodes with the Network File System and Samba file system.
Langa Letter: Silent Censorship
Beware this column! No, there's nothing scandalous in Fred Langa's advice, although some poorly-made E-mail and content filters would think so.
Sun Says It's Moving Java Beyond The Computer
Winning developers to the platform for building and running Web applications is crucial for Sun and its partners, who face formidable competition from Microsoft's .Net technology.
At long last, business-technology managers are again feeling confident about the economy, and they're more positive about IT spending in coming months.