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The idea of watching the Academy Awards online last night seemed on first thought blush, pointless and dull. Why trade my big screen and comfy recliner for a postage stamp-sized window, choppy video, and my stiff-backed -- but ergonomically correct -- office chair? Like an insurance adjuster, I checked out the damage because it's my job.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has suceeded in shrinking to one-quarter of its previous size a type of memory chip commonly used in mobile telephones and other handheld electronic devices, the company has announced.
The push to make businesses more efficient via trading exchanges is making its way to small and midsize companies, and the effects will be felt throughout the supply chain.
Think you can attract top IT talent by dangling a big salary? Think again. With e-commerce becoming the hottest technology trend since the PC, many candidates are looking for more than just a job - they want a piece of the action. And that means IT managers will need to develop a whole new set of skills for themselves.
Telecommunications giant AAPT has positioned itself for a solid assault on ISP market leaders OzEmail/Eisa and Telstra by entering negotiations with America On-Line (AOL) to form an alliance with its local operations.
Thag. That is today's topic. "What," you may ask, "is Thag?" A fine question, young Jedi. Understand or not understand. There is no try. Ah, Obi-Wan, feel the farce . . . .
The e-commerce bubble is about to burst for dotcoms, with large businesses instead set to dominate future market growth.
Business-to-business e-commerce companies increasingly use digital certificates - electronic identities issued by trusted institutions - to secure online transactions. This process has created another security need: systems for checking the validity of those certificates.
Unisys Corp. saw its share price surge almost 30 percent earlier today, apparently on rumors that the company is in talks to merge with German carrier Deutsche Telekom AG.
First it was Beanie Babies up for auction. Now it's people. Privately held startup eLance Inc. is gearing up to officially launch its Web site, which has been in beta testing since last summer. It allows independent contractors like graphic designers, editors, translators and even lawyers to peddle their services to the world.
A group of friends share a pot of coffee and talk about trying to balance work and family. Skipping a daughter's basketball game to get a server up and running, dialing in from home after a 10-hour day or getting to work a half hour later than everyone else so they can drop their kids off at school.
Although it's just a year old, the BlackBerry wireless e-mail service and terminal are already providing benefits for a number of corporate users, ranging from brokerage houses to attorneys.
Sometimes you come up with an idea that you instinctively feel should be important, but you have to wait a while to realize why. For example, in 1995, it struck me that one of the most fundamental changes brought about by the Internet was that customers were getting on the Net because of what other customers were doing. In other words, technology users such as Amazon, Yahoo Inc. and ETrade were doing much more to draw people to the Web than technology vendors, such as Cisco Systems Inc., Microsoft Corp. or even America Online Inc.
Tackling the notion that IP (Internet Protocol) telephony systems have not yet showed enough muscle for prime-time deployment in large enterprises, Cisco Systems Inc. today rolled out its second-generation enterprise-level IP telephony products for its convergence platform called Architecture for Voice, Video, and Integrated Data (AVVID).
Despite the hype surrounding e-business, senior executives still don't get what it is or how it should be adopted.
DataOne Asia (D1) Pte. Ltd. last week announced its alliance with Novell Inc.'s Singapore subsidiary, becoming the company's Internet Commercial Service Provider (ICSP) and authorised value-added reseller (VAR), and earning itself the title of being the first Internet service provider in Southeast Asia to deploy Novell's eDirectory.
As the industry coos over XML's potential as the data interchange mechanism for e-commerce, XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language), may be overlooked, even though it could prove a valuable asset in paring down development costs and targeting myriad devices.
Legacy systems have survived mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, re-engineering efforts, technical revolutions, industry realignment and Y2k. These systems, some dating back to the 1960s, remain the mainstay of information management capabilities, even as companies focus on e-commerce opportunities.
You can train somebody to be a good project manager, but great project managers seem to be born, not made. Excellence depends on certain innate characteristics: Some of us got 'em, and some of us don't.
U.S. CENSUS 2000 is now grossly violating our privacy rights.
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