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Scientists Take Small Leap Toward Quantum Computing
News  |  11/30/2005
By getting atoms to spin simultaneously in opposite directions, scientists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology make advancements toward creating applications that could help computers solve problems much faster.
Google's "Space" Is (Mostly) Online
Commentary  |  11/30/2005
It's part market research for Google, and it's a great way to jump out of the virtual world and into the real one, to become more than just the search bar on the Internet. Helping real people do research on their destination locations is a wonderful marketing technique.
SmartAdvice: Businesses Wise To Set Acceptable-Use Internet Policies
Commentary  |  11/30/2005
It's important to spell out what can and can't be downloaded on company PCs, The Advisory Council says. Also, be prepared to manage the cultural differences to succeed in doing business in China.
Langa Letter: Free Tools For Road Warriors
Commentary  |  11/30/2005
Not everyone has (or wants) a GPS. These Web-based alternatives Fred Langa searched out make even complex route planning a snap!
HP Launches Formal Utility Computing Service
News  |  11/29/2005
Customers can buy access to basic IT infrastructure, including server, storage, network, operating system, and associated HP management tools, and pay per CPU hour.
HHS Needs To Improve Way It Manages IT Investments, GAO says
News  |  11/28/2005
It's a critical problem, considering the department plans to spend more than $5 billion on IT this fiscal year to help manage 300-plus programs.
Feds Drive E-Health Records In Devastated Gulf Coast
News  |  11/23/2005
Health-care payers showed the value of electronic records during the recovery
Mollifying The Paper-Pushers Could Benefit Microsoft's Business Customers, Too
Commentary  |  11/23/2005
Microsoft never relinquishes control easily; this time, it buckled to the bureaucrats. But its decision, related to its upcoming Office 12 suite, should help customers, particularly those that want to customize Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Adding Value to ERP
News  |  11/23/2005
What is the opportunity cost of doing nothing?
A High-Priority Close
News  |  11/23/2005
CFOs must put real teeth into efforts to accelerate the close.
GAO: DoD's Business Systems Modernization Needs More Work
News  |  11/23/2005
If improvements don't occur, the department's business systems modernization effort will continue to be a high-risk program.
What Sarbanes-Oxley Won't Do
News  |  11/23/2005
Refco confirms SOX can't prevent high-level fraud.
OFR, Reporting and Business Intelligence
News  |  11/23/2005
Don't invest in IT just to satisfy regulations.
NY Approves Verizon's Acquisition Of MCI
News  |  11/23/2005
The Public Service Commission's okay followed by just a few days the approval of the California Public Utilities Commission, and the deal can now close.
Next-Gen Network Gear Sales Up 70%
News  |  11/23/2005
Some 27 million media gateway, softswitch and integrated voice over IP ports shipped last quarter, according to Dittberner Associates.
Stallman Stands Up
Commentary  |  11/23/2005
I get the impression that some people view Richard Stallman's run-in with U.N. security goofballs in Tunisia last week as further proof that, to put it bluntly, Stallman is a few bits short of a byte. If you share that opinion, do yourself and Stallman a favor: Read Bruce Perens' eyewitness account of the incident before you jump to any conclusions about what happened and
Rx For Remote Access
Features  |  11/23/2005
Device cuts costs and increases productivity while giving executives at pharmacy-services company secure access to business data.
Going With The Flow
Features  |  11/23/2005
Flow-based network monitoring provides managers with more useful information, such as application performance and bandwidth usage.
Digital Satellite Radio Forecast To Grow
News  |  11/23/2005
While 23% of online consumers surveyed reported an interest in satellite radio, only 6% have it, Jupiter Research says.
In HPC, A Question Of Where Microsoft Lays Its Bets
Commentary  |  11/22/2005
When Microsoft officially threw its hat into the high-performance computing ring this month with a speech by chairman Bill Gates at a supercomputing conference in Seattle, some computer scientists hoped the company could help sort out an arcane but potentially important problem in the market: coaxing more performance out of commonly used programming languages. It's a challenging technical conundrum, but it also illustrates how Microsoft's entry into the market is sowing both skepticism about its
Gartner's John Pescatore on the SANS report
Commentary  |  11/22/2005
I spoke with John Pescatore, VP and research fellow for information security at market research firm Gartner, Inc. for this story, posted earlier today, about the SANS Institute's report on the 20 most critical Internet security vulnerabilities for 2005.
Verso Goes Global With Skype-Blocking Software
News  |  11/22/2005
U.S.-based Verso Technologies is taking its show on the road, targeting African telecom markets, Chinese network carriers, and other overseas customers with an interest in the company's technology for censoring VoIP, IM, P2P and other types of Internet traffic.
VoIP Chip Market To Rocket 600% By 2009
News  |  11/22/2005
The market for VoIP integrated circuits will grow from almost $209 million last year to $1.3 billion in 2009, with wireless handsets a key use, In-Stat says.
This Am A Bizarro Note About Microsoft
Commentary  |  11/21/2005
Today's news is dominated by stories about a world where Microsoft is an also-ran, trying to steal market share away from market leader Linux, and where Microsoft is trying to enhance its users' experience by supporting the Firefox browser. What strange world is this, you ask? Is it, perhaps, the Bizarro world, the square planet where everything is the opposit
The Road Ahead?
Commentary  |  11/21/2005
Microsoft Windows turned 20 this week. Like any 20 year-old, Windows is heading into its third decade with a swagger in its walk and a hint of arrogance in its eyes. And with good reason: The road Windows has traveled for so many years looks just as familiar as ever and still promises to take it exactly where it wants to go.
Oracle Challenge To SAP Nets Response: We Like SQL Server
Commentary  |  11/21/2005
When Oracle went into the applications business, did it foresee how the move could affect its database business? Reading between the lines of Microsoft's recent SQL Server 2005 launch, maybe it underestimated the impact.
Broadband Over Power Lines: Ready For A Big Breakthrough?
Features  |  11/21/2005
Pilots and tests abound, and firms--including Google--are pouring money into the new technology.
Wi-Fi Marries Broadband Over Power Lines: The Best Of Both Worlds?
News  |  11/21/2005
Unique pilot project combines Wi-Fi with broadband over power line access.
Skype Taking VoIP To Retail Via Radio Shack
News  |  11/21/2005
Skype is about to start offering VoIP kits in thousands of Radio Shack stores, ratcheting up its already tight competition with Vonage.
SmartAdvice: Making The Most Of SOA
Commentary  |  11/18/2005
Focus on making business processes deliver more value to benefit from a service-oriented architecture, The Advisory Council says. Also, measure business risks against established metrics before deciding which IT services to outsource.
IBM and i3 Launch New Women's Health Portal
News  |  11/17/2005
The site will let women securely access and control their medical information, including digital mammography images stored in the National Digital Medical Archive.
Local Search Market Heating Up
News  |  11/17/2005
Local search companies such as Judy's Book and TrueLocal are finding a niche in Google's shadow
New N.C. Monitoring System Can Help Early Detection Of Avian Flu
News  |  11/17/2005
It is the first statewide monitoring system that collects data from all hospitals that have 24-hour emergency room departments.
Langa Letter: A Complete PC Maintenance Checklist
Commentary  |  11/16/2005
Fred Langa offers a comprehensive plan for keeping your PC in absolute top-notch condition.
The Return of Sales and Operations Planning
News  |  11/16/2005
Companies use S&OP to respond to uncertainties and manage performance.
Oracle's Entry-Level App Server: Power in a Low-Cost Package
News  |  11/16/2005
Oracle SE One App Server packs power at a low price.
The Myth of the Service Economy
News  |  11/16/2005
Customers come last when software companies play the M&A game.
Intelligent Enterprise Summit and Award: Smart Strategy, Bright People
News  |  11/16/2005
Highlighting our Fall Summit -- an event focused on better integration and use of information -- Washington, D.C.'s outspoken CTO, winner of the Intelligent Enterprise Award 2005, shared the secret of the city's inspirational IT transformation.
Headsup: SOA Consolidates as it Blossoms
News  |  11/16/2005
The SOA market continues to consolidate, with a recent notable example being IBM's October acquisition of DataPower Technology. The deal snaps up one of the last independent startups in XML acceleration.
Goverance Gauge: Security Drives Compliance at Chevron
News  |  11/16/2005
On its way to becoming the fifth-largest energy company in the world, Chevron made its share of acquisitions, inheriting dozens of technology platforms and applications in the process.
Reigning in Unruly Distribution
News  |  11/16/2005
Analysts may talk up demand-driven supply chains, but manufacturers that rely on multitier distribution networks struggle for control. When high-value or regulated goods such as pharmaceuticals are involved, manufacturers have to enforce policies and rules about partner and customer access to information and inventory.
Microsoft's New Scorecard Server is Incomplete on Data Access
News  |  11/16/2005
The people in organizations who design and build reports are very different from the workers in the same organizations who actually read them. It's the latter group that Microsoft hopes to tempt with its latest foray into the business intelligence (BI) market.
Spotlight On Risk
News  |  11/16/2005
New regulations and threats are broadening the definition of risk and heightening the interest in enterprisewide management approaches. We look inside initiatives at three financial services firms and a utility company to learn how they're addressing Basel II, Sarbanes Oxley Act and other compliance demands.
Enterprise Risk Management: Illuminate the Unknown
News  |  11/16/2005
Taking risk is how businesses grow; managing risk is how they sustain that growth -- especially under pressure from regulators. Here's how to assemble a risk management architecture that anticipates dangers ahead, translates data into useful decision-support information and ensures compliance. Explore how operations can benefit from analytics proven for credit and market appraisal.
Iowa State IT Students To Try Their Luck Against Hackers
News  |  11/15/2005
Competition is designed to give future IT professionals a taste of the real world of network security
Google Wants Your Attention
Commentary  |  11/15/2005
Google's latest surprise is that it's now offering enterprise-class Web analytics for free. Why would they do such a thing? They've decided that licensing fees are worth less money than the opportunity to find out what pages people are visiting, how long they're staying there, where they're coming from, and where they're going to next. Google Analytics
Chevron IT Risk Initiative Spurs Corporate Compliance
News  |  11/15/2005
When the gigantic purchase of Texaco loomed in 2001, Chevron knew it needed more consistent IT standards and practices to make sense of the complexity.
Could This Be Microsoft CRM's Last Stand?
Commentary  |  11/15/2005
This time, Microsoft better get it right. It's been nearly three years since Bill Gates & Co. unveiled a customer-relationship-management application for small and medium sized businesses to much fanfare and tepid market reaction. Now it's taking a second crack at CRM--replete with promises from CEO Steve Ballmer that the company will give on-demand juggernaut a run for its money--and if it misses the mark, it might not get a third try.
CA Adds Service Availability And Management Platforms
News  |  11/14/2005
The two platforms integrate pieces of CA's newly released Unicenter r11 software components as well as other existing products.
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