Profile of Fredric Paul
News & Commentary Posts: 527
Articles by Fredric Paul
posted in October 2007
Bullish on their growth prospects, many small and midsize companies are planning significant investments in such new technologies as storage VoIP, virtualization, and Wi-Fi.
Believe it or not, Apple has decided not to accept cash from people buying an iPhone. That's right, your money's no good at an Apple store.
"The Future of Wireless Broadband" was the first session I attended at last week's Mobile Business Expo at Interop in New York And the first thing I learned was that the adoption of wireless broadband isn't going to be a simple matter of clear winners and losers.
I attended a Make Mine A Million conference for Women entrepreneurs this morning in downtown New York City. And the first thing I came across was a bunch of lists about everything from HR Myths to Accounting Necessities. I love lists, so I'm passing them along here:
Well, I'd like to think Steve Jobs was listening to me when he announced today that Apple will introduce a fully sanctioned iPhone software development kit (SDK) in February, 2008. But he probably saw the light all on his own.
The Conference Board says that this year, more people looked for jobs online in the newspaper -- 73% to 65%. Just two years ago, those percentages were pretty much reversed.
I thought I was the only one who experienced these phenomena, but it turns out that "many mobile phone addicts and BlackBerry junkies report feeling vibrations when there are none" while others find their phones make calls all on their own.
Did you know that there's a whole conference devoted to Human Resources technology? I didn't, but I do now!
VMWare today announced a raft of new virtualization offerings, but InformationWeek, CNET, and PC World reported on the news in very different ways.
One of the side effects of running any publication is that PR people love to pitch you stories about things their clients are convinced are important. Sometimes they are, of course, but often they're about nonsense like office clutter and pet sitting.