Monday, October 25, 2021

Michael Pastore

The Jury is Out on Microsoft’s ECM Plan

The world's largest name in software has been largely absent from the enterprise content management (ECM) game, but Microsoft presented a plan for ECM when it announced...

Is a Job in Security the Cure for Job Insecurity?

At various times in the past four years, many IT professionals have suffered from job insecurity. And as we turn the calendar to 2005, a long-term cure for such...

Mobile Workers Never Looked So Thin

Building inspectors in Largo, Fla., spend a lot of time out in the community. Over the past 10 years, the ever-expanding city of 70,000 built a central...

Consumers Remain Vulnerable to Identity Theft

American consumers continue to surrender too much personal information over the phone or the Internet, leaving themselves vulnerable to identity theft, according to the 2004 Identity Management...

American Programmers Still Alive and Kicking

Back in 1998, few people probably remembered Edward Yourdon's 1992 book Decline and Fall of the American Programmer, in which he predicted the American programmer would go the way...

Who Gains from Offshore Outsourcing?

About a year ago, a group of a dozen IT workers in Connecticut that met for lunch every six weeks or so noticed a disturbing trend: only...

Enterprise Applications Hitting a Road Near You

It's nice to read the local newspaper online from the road or while sipping a coffee-flavored beverage, but for many professionals it's hardly the same as being...

Gartner Says Tech Jobs Will Continue to Move Overseas

By the end of 2004, one out of every 10 jobs with U.S.-based IT vendors and IT service providers will move to emerging markets, according to Gartner...

Hosted Apps for Any Enterprise

In the beginning, software came in a box. It was installed, it ran, you bought upgrades, and it was good. The methods by which software is delivered...

HP Leaps Toward Next-Generation Memory

Researchers at Hewlett-Packard have announced three breakthroughs in the field of molecular electronics, which combine to give a glimpse of the future of memory. HP scientist...

Nanoscale Sensor Could Increase Data Storage Capacity

Researchers at the State University of New York at Buffalo have developed an extremely sensitive nanoscale device that could shrink ultra-high-density storage devices to incredibly small sizes. The...

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