When I think of grid computing, for some reason I think of my waffle iron. In addition to being grid-shaped, it makes high-performance waffles -- nice and crisp with perfectly shaped ridges just waiting for the Vermont maple syrup layer. It's also horizontally scalable -- I can always get a friend to bring another waffle iron over to double my throughput.
Stories by David Margulius
Attention all you laid-back IT professionals: a new study claims that IT is the most stressful occupation, ahead of engineering, sales, finance, HR, and pretty much everything else.
How confident are you that your discarded end-of-life IT assets aren't going to come back to haunt you? Consider this:
The jury is in. After years of experimentation with Linux in the enterprise, customers, analysts, and vendors are starting to sing a consistent tune about where Linux makes financial sense and where it doesn’t.