Monday, October 25, 2021

David Aponovich

American Express, IBM in $4 Billion IT Services Pact

American Express has signed a $4 billion, seven-year technology services deal with IBM, handing over to Big Blue the responsibility of managing more than a billion daily...

The Web Services Dilemma: .NET or Java 2?

Microsoft took a giant step in the Web services race Wednesday with the release of its Visual Studio.NET tools for developers. The launch, according to analysts and other...

Sun Strengthens Its Storage Strategy

With the goal of turning IT executives who buy its server products into storage customers, too, Sun Microsystems unveiled a broad new storage strategy, along with new...

Five Barriers to Implementing Web Services

If your IT organization is preparing to charge into a Web services initiative in 2002, start preparing now to overcome several barriers that could stand...

Sun Readies Linux Version of iPlanet App Server

In the latest sign that open source is gaining traction in the enterprise -and among IT vendors- Sun Microsystems has announced plans to release a Linux...

WLANs Embraced, But Security Concerns Remain Strong

Despite their enthusiasm to deploy wireless local area networks, many enterprise IT execs may be not be ideally prepared to implement and manage a key aspect of...

IT Starting Salaries to Remain Flat in 2002

After several years of healthy pay gains, average base salaries for most IT jobs in the U.S. are expected to barely budge or even drop in 2002,...

Case Study: Hospital’s Prescription: A Dose of Database Software

Technology has led to countless lifesaving medical advances, such as the mechanical heart, the chip-embedded pacemaker and the CAT scan. Now, technology is catching up...

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