Profile of Paul McDougallEditor At Large, InformationWeek
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Paul McDougall is a former editor for InformationWeek.
Articles by Paul McDougall
posted in September 2009
Third-party hardware and software products that work with Microsoft's new OS will get a sticker that says so.
Big Blue will create a database to store millions of digitized patient records.
Newton exec's return to Cupertino intensifies tablet computer speculation.
Microsoft CEO says new features make it the right software for "the new normal."
Worries about debt and integration issues cast pall over merger agreement.
Jagshemash! Today I have news that IBM opened Linux development center in Borat's homeland of Kazakhstan. It hopes to make country open source capital for all of Central Asia-including the ***holes in Uzbekistan.
Xerox will pay cash and stock to acquire IT and business process outsourcer Affiliated Computer Services.
Microsoft turns to Web 2.0 to hawk its new PC operating system.
Software maker's track record in hardware is mixed, but prototype shows it hasn't given up.
IT administrators at Lawrence Berkeley see "no reason" to move to Microsoft's new operating system.
Debra Chrapaty played major role in company's effort to roll out cloud-based offerings.
Microsoft will notify official hosts in the coming days and provide them with party favors and chance to win a PC.
Microsoft's new search engine is building share but isn't close to catching market leader.
Microsoft CEO's compensation will be subject to non-binding ballot at annual meeting.
Deal would make PC manufacturer an instant player in lucrative tech services market.
Selected users invited to access online apps through SkyDrive Internet portal.
CEO says company will instead focus on promoting its own webOS platform.
Microsoft is hoping to establish its new operating system with the academic crowd.
Internet sales indicate Microsoft's latest gadget trails Apple's iconic music player.
Officials hold informal talks with Redmond on search partnership.
Dominant social networking site's user base reaches 300 million mark.
U.S. worker groups complain that Indian outsourcers import too many employees to this country under the H-1B visa program. Ironically, Indian professionals-and New Delhi-are now stressing over the throng of talent from the People's Republic that is accompanying Chinese business contracts into the Subcontinent.
Microsoft's latest MP3 player hits with some, misses with others.
Redmond seeks to counter iPod's popularity with high-definition music and video player.
Trade group predicts country's sales of tech and business services will hit $225 billion by 2020.
New operating system is more stable and energy efficient than predecessors, according to software maker.
Microsoft unveils new feature that yields images alongside traditional text results.
Wallpapers and palettes by Wang, Von Furstenberg, and other icons available for Windows Mobile devices.
Analytics package is aimed at companies that lack significant, internal IT resources.
Social networking hub introduces a more nimble version of itself.
Department of Justice seeks additional documents relating to search agreement.
Software maker puts marketing campaign in overdrive as OS's formal debut nears.
Government's window to investigate deal closes without DOJ action.
Psystar ships Mac OS X 10.6 on knock-off hardware despite Apple lawsuit.
Twitter followers eligible for pizza, candy, and other giveaways in weeks leading up to launch.
Software maker did not illegally withhold supplies of Windows XP, regulator finds.
HP's outsourcing unit will upgrade DoD's Health Information Management Systems network.
Apple's new OS tops the charts in first week on the market.
A lower court decision to halt sales of the word processing program is on hold pending appeal.
Users offer suggestions for resolving installation freeze afflicting numerous Mac users.
Some Apple customers gripe that move to Mac OS X 10.6 prompts systems to freeze.
Orbiting debris poses impact risk to astronauts aboard space station.
The Booklet 3G offering is the latest sign of cooperation between Microsoft and Nokia on mobility.
Discovery crewmembers Olivas and Stott handle tricky tank replacement.
Tech pros can download Microsoft's new OS at no charge and use it for 90 days.
Tracking site says Apple's new Mac OS X 10.6 not compatible with dozens of applications and utilities.
Discovery astronauts will undertake mission's first spacewalk following cargo delivery.