- - Managing Editor 07 May 2007
- - Managing Editor 04 May 2007
- - Managing Editor 03 May 2007
It's no longer accurate to describe Linux and open source software as "just for techies". IBM, Novell and Red Hat have made open source software enterprise-friendly.
In making the USB memory stick so pervasive, the IT industry has created another way for hackers to attack corporate IT. I wish someone had considered the security implications before they became ...
The big question for Digg is how well user-generated content works in a world of corporate censorship. Whatever happens at Digg will have an impact, for Web 2.0 and its use within the confines of ...
- - Managing Editor 02 May 2007
- - Managing Editor 01 May 2007
Emulating the collaborative online experience of MySpace, YouTube and iTunes is a worthy endeavour. But I'm not sure how well positioned a company founded on messaging and middleware, is to take ...
Programmers learn never to reinvent the wheel and the IT industry as a whole does appear to take this to the extreme. Black box programming, Corba, object oriented, COM, web services, service ...