Sunday, December 5, 2021

Sean Gallagher

IBM Promotes Cloud in Universities

IBM is using its relationship with universities around the world to help create a new generation of software developers and engineers ready to take on the challenges...

Report: IT Salaries Still Rising

While the economy is hitting technology companies hard, a new report suggests that corporate information technology jobs may be a bit more recession-proof. Computer Economics’s 2009...

Business Intelligence’s Feeding Frenzy

Despite concerns about a potentially weak 2008 for software companies, there's one sector of the business that continues to draw startups and acquisitions at a brisk pace:...

Hiding from the All-Knowing Googleplex

Analysis: The Federal Trade Commission's decision to approve Google's acquisition of DoubleClick without conditions runs counter to the warnings of a host of...

Security Sweep Finds Retailer’s Wi-Fi Networks At Risk

Despite the well-publicized wireless woes of retailer TJX earlier this year, it seems many retailers have failed to move to protect themselves from the loss of customer...

Security Experts Warn of Web 2.0 Woes

RESTON, Va. -- While Web 2.0 applications might be all the rage for developers and increasingly important in the enterprise, security experts warn they represent a serious...

Meebo, Pownce Open Up To Developers

Meebo and Pownce, two collaborative social networking plays, published their APIs this week, opening the doors to applications by outside developers—and hopefully to more users and revenue. Meebo...

Oracle To BEA: ‘Nice Try’

UPDATED: As they used to ask in Who Wants To Be A Millionaire – Is that your final answer? In Oracle's case, apparently yes. The software giant...

Skype Gives MySpace Users A Voice

MySpace and Internet soft-phone provider Skype announced a partnership Tuesday that will make Skype’s voice engine part of the social networking site’s instant messaging service. The deal will...

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