Profile of John FoleyEditor, InformationWeek
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John Foley is director, strategic communications, for Oracle Corp. and a former editor of InformationWeek Government.
Articles by John Foley
posted in March 2005
Parents are using software to monitor teenagers' Internet use, according to a new survey. But one expert says that's not enough.
Longhorn stays on schedule, while Project Green gets pushed back
Groople's IT staff uses a variety of spyware-removal tools and says PC-user education must be part of the solution.
Microsoft's Application Compatibility Toolkit 4.0 addresses issues that have caused some companies to proceed slowly with Windows XP SP2 upgrades.
A software layer called the Microsoft Business Framework keeps getting pushed back and, with it, Microsoft's next-generation ERP suite.
Mark Jen, the guy who only lasted a few weeks after a controversy over blogging at Google, has landed an engineering job at Plaxo.
Bill Gates knows all about software, and Martha Stewart knows all about housewares. What would happen if they combined forces?
Spyware and viruses are among the top concerns, and user downtime is a worrisome consequence when viruses spread.
Three employees of an Internet billing company in Belarus now face sentencing, following a two-year international investigation.