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Content tagged with IT Strategy
posted in January 2009
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Virtualization Set For Desktop Surge In 2009
News  |  1/30/2009
The push for cost savings will sweep virtualization solutions from VMware, Microsoft, Citrix, and others past the server, onto the desktop and into the cloud.
Sales Up, Profits Down At ACS
News  |  1/30/2009
Dallas-based outsourcer reports mixed results for second quarter.
Sprint Back In Court Over Early Termination Fees
News  |  1/29/2009
A California judge is ordering a new trial in a class-action lawsuit against Sprint regarding its contract cancellation fees that could potentially cost $300 million.
Hawaii Pushes To Improve Broadband Technology
News  |  1/29/2009
The state has an ambitious goal of dragging Hawaii out of the country's cellar -- it was recently ranked 49th in broadband speeds among the country's 50 states.
Indian Outsourcers Warm Up To Acquisitions
Features  |  1/29/2009
The top Indian IT companies historically haven't been big deal makers, but slowing organic growth and other factors could drive more acquisitions.
Smartphone Security: Credant Mobile Guardian
Features  |  1/29/2009
Agent-based software provides a range of options to secure at-rest data.
Satyam Taps Goldman To Explore Sale
News  |  1/29/2009
Outsourcer looks for a buyer in an effort to emerge from cooked-books scandal.
Google Aims To Expose Network Meddling
News  |  1/28/2009
Vint Cerf puts out the word that Google's Measurement Lab will make it more difficult for telecoms to degrade or block apps such as BitTorrent or Skype.
Satyam's Crisis Will Spawn New Outsourcing Models
Commentary  |  1/28/2009
In the past, IT services vendors often resisted terms clients tried to include in their offshoring contracts. But in the aftermath of Satyam's financial fraud mess, outsourcers will be more willing to bend on client demands, especially if they're anxious to pick up work from Satyam's ex-customers.
Intacct Announces SaaS Upgrade, Plans To Take On Oracle
News  |  1/28/2009
The small SaaS vendor wants to play in the big leagues. But first it must prove it can be profitable.
Whirlpool Outsources Global Tech Ops To IBM
News  |  1/28/2009
Big Blue will handle IT operations for the appliance maker in 40 countries.
Outsourcing Bill Of Rights Proposed
News  |  1/27/2009
Satyam's financial fraud scandal has one services vendor pushing for an industry-wide set of ethics to ease outsourcing fears.
Apple Gets iPhone Patent
News  |  1/27/2009
The company gains legal muscle against Palm and other rivals launching similar multitouch technology devices.
Verizon Reports $1.24 Billion Income In 4Q
News  |  1/27/2009
The company's wireless tail continues to wag the company dog to higher sales, profits.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 RC1 Improves Security
News  |  1/27/2009
Updates include architectural changes that mirror features found in Google's Chrome, Apple's Safari, and Mozilla's Firefox.
New Zealand Man Buys MP3 Player, Gets 60 Pages Of Sensitive U.S. Military Data
Commentary  |  1/27/2009
New Zealand's Chris Ogle probably thought it was his lucky day when he scored a used MP3 player cheap. But his luck soured when it turned out to be broken -- and loaded with 60 pages of U.S. military data and personally identifying information.
HP Blurs Data Center Lines With Server/Switch
News  |  1/26/2009
The ProCurve ONE embedded server blade and Data Center Connection Manager alter the roles various vendors and devices play in the data center.
Senator Quizzes Microsoft On Layoffs
Commentary  |  1/26/2009
Microsoft's plans to lay off 5,000 workers have ruffled the feathers of Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), a long-time critic of the U.S. H-1B visa program. Microsoft, a top 10 employer of H-1B visa holders, has been among the most vocal tech companies over the last several years urging Congress to raise the cap on H-1B visas. Now Grassley is urging Microsoft to furlough those temporary foreign workers first before handing out pink slips to Americans and permanent U.S. residents.
Google Finds Spam Volume Bouncing Back
News  |  1/26/2009
One theory is that spam will continue to be a vector for virus infections and blended-threat attacks, which direct message recipients to infected Web sites.
Samsung Sees First-Ever Quarterly Loss
News  |  1/26/2009
Plunging sales of appliances, liquid crystal displays, and memory chips led to Samsung reporting its first-ever quarterly loss of about $14.4 million.
Microsoft's Data Center Delay A Sign Of The Times
News  |  1/26/2009
The work stoppage in Des Moines, Iowa, comes shortly after Microsoft announced plans last week to lay off 5,000 employees as part of a $1.5 billion spending cut.
Feds' Internet Site Goes Web 2.0
News  |  1/26/2009's new features are designed to improve access and transparency.
Intel Denies Trying To Derail AMD Spin Off
News  |  1/23/2009
The sparks started flying after the SEC disclosed AMD had received a formal letter from Intel requesting a meeting and the two companies need to enter negotiations.
WiMax Forum Launches Global Roaming Program
News  |  1/23/2009
The collaboration could help boost the rollout of WiMax as it enables customers to get service on multiple networks from different providers.
RIM CEOs Face $80 Million Fine For Backdating
News  |  1/23/2009
Canadian regulators are seeking a record fine against Research In Motion's leaders for a backdating scandal that netted them about $1.6 million each.
HP Releases Software Update For MediaSmart Home Server
News  |  1/23/2009
The server supports Windows PCs and Apple Macs running Leopard using Apple Time Machine software.
VeriSign Acquiring Certicom After RIM Bails
News  |  1/23/2009
All three parties will be forced to engage in some fence mending because RIM's and Certicom's products are intertwined.
Fidelity Reportedly Selling India IT Operation
News  |  1/23/2009
The recession is prompting many financial services companies to sell their India-based IT captives.
A Smarter Alternative To PCI
Commentary  |  1/23/2009
Let's dump the credit cards' security compliance program and replace it with a framework to actually reduce the risk that card data will be stolen.
Microsoft Paid $3.1 Billion To Settle Tax Debt
News  |  1/23/2009
Software maker's quarterly report reveals payment made to satisfy IRS audit.
Mac OS X Trojan Found In Pirated iWork 09
News  |  1/22/2009
Intego identified the Trojan file name as "iWorkServices" and said it gets installed when the user installs an infected copy of the iWork 09 suite.
Sprint Woos Enterprise With Flat-Rate Plans
News  |  1/22/2009
The company is targeting business customers on its Nextel network with discounted push-to-talk, wireless Web, SMS, and navigation services.
Even If Obama Builds More Broadband, U.S. May Not Use It
News  |  1/22/2009
One in five Americans doesn't have broadband "for reasons that won't be addressed by price cuts or a fiber node in a neighborhood," according to a Pew Internet survey.
Satyam Fallout: Indian Industry Speaks As One
News  |  1/22/2009
Company officials reveal ways the outsourcing company is repairing its image with customers during an InformationWeek Webcast.
Autonomy Acquires Interwoven For $775 Million
News  |  1/22/2009
The combined company will become the largest in the legal information management industry.
Don't Chase Checkboxes
Commentary  |  1/22/2009
Drew Conry-Murray takes apart PCI in his recent blog PCI Is Meaningless, But We Still Need It. I agree with most of his points, but they mostly apply to companies that view compliance as a set of checkboxes that have to be filled in annually. Filling checkboxes is doomed to failure. Focus on the spirit of the requirements and your company's security posture will be the better for it.
10 Questions For Oracle President Charles Phillips
News  |  1/21/2009
Larry Ellison's right-hand man explains why software costs so much, what to expect from the upcoming Fusion Apps, his views on President Barack Obama, and more.
Obama Urges Open Government
News  |  1/21/2009
The president said the burden should be on the administration to prove why documents must be secret.
SEC Reviewing Apple's Handling Of Jobs' Health Disclosures
News  |  1/21/2009
Speculation about Jobs' health began last June when he appeared gaunt at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Microsoft Sells Off Comcast Stake
News  |  1/21/2009
The software maker may be looking to raise cash in advance of an acquisition.
Nokia Offers Location-Based Security Service
News  |  1/20/2009
The service will allow GPS-enabled S60 handsets to identify where friends and family are located, and track when people leave a predefined area.
FCC Wants Answers From Comcast
News  |  1/20/2009
The commission wants to know how the ISP's Internet phone service is impacting competition.
10 Cloud Computing Predictions For 2009
News  |  1/18/2009
Vendors are rushing to join Amazon, EMC/VMware, IBM, Google, Microsoft, and Salesforce in the cloud, offering businesses new ways to do more with less.
Nearly 9 Million PCs Hit By 'Downandup' Worm
News  |  1/16/2009
The network worm is a bunch of malware variants that target older Windows machines and changes itself, or is changed by its authors, to prevent signature-based detection.
Tech Exec Charged With Illegal Export To China
News  |  1/16/2009
The suspect allegedly shipped at least 200 integrated circuits, which also could be used for military applications, the Justice Department said.
Satyam Denies Layoffs, Cash Crunch
News  |  1/16/2009
A spokesman for the outsourcer rejects analyst's allegations.
Windows 7 Beta Antivirus Packs Now Available
News  |  1/16/2009
Three third-party vendors have released security software for Microsoft's new operating system.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin Resigns
News  |  1/16/2009
The new chairman is expected to be Julius Genachowski, who's slated to take over the reins of the agency after President-elect Barack Obama is sworn on Tuesday.
Salesforce Offers Pricing For Cloud-Computing Services
News  |  1/16/2009
The company's partnership with Amazon lets customers connect to the online retailer's Elastic Compute Cloud service and Simple Storage Service.
Innovators & Influencers
Features  |  1/16/2009
A SaaS trailblazer, a REST activist, a firewall revisionist, even a president will all shape technology in the coming year.
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