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Articles by W. David Gardner
posted in May 2005
The traditional dominance of Unix in the server market appears threatened by a surge in Windows' sales, says a server market survey.
In June, the Streamlined Sales Tax Project will certify the first states as full members of a voluntary program to collect taxes on Internet purchases.
Software continues to be pirated at alarming rates, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Business Software Alliance and conducted by IDC. The BSA said more than one-third of the software installed on PCs last year was pirated.
U.K.-based company has developed a software solution that enables Nokia Series 60 cell phones to provide VoIP service using Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technology.
EMC's new Invista network storage virtualization solution will take advantage of storage area network switch platforms from leading switch vendors.
The Massachusetts Air Force base that fueled much of the computer and high-tech industry escaped unscathed in the military-base closings announced by the Defense Department on Friday.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service Department (USCIS) is opening wide its doors Thursday for 20,000 foreign nationals who wish to obtain H-1B visas.
An alliance of telecom competitors has filed a petition with the FCC, urging the regulatory agency to block Verizon from acquiring MCI. In the background, MCI shareholders are trying to re-ignite interest from an earlier bidder, Qwest.
Costa Rica's efforts to gain traction as an outsourcing destination increased with announcement by Intel and Trax Holdings that they will establish new operations in the Central American country.
With Wi-Fi, WiMAX, and 3G being jockeyed around by a multitude of vendors, a new examination of wireless LAN markets suggests they will eventually all coexist successfully, once their respective business models play out and take shape.
Two California entrepreneurs are developing an IT services business plan that calls for staffing a cruise ship three miles off the Southern California coast with IT specialists.