Monday, August 2, 2021

Tim Scannell

Will Cloud Computing Lift CIOs to New Heights?

BOSTON -- Microsoft finally put its head in the clouds this week by releasing details about a planned new operating systems and development platform that is tailor-made...

An Android in Every Pocket? That’s Google’s Plan

BOSTON -- Build a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door. Does the same hold true for building a better smartphone? That's...

IBM’s eXtreme Approach to BI, Data Streaming

BOSTON -- In business, actions speak louder than data. You can also add more clout to that shout by slicing and dicing that data on...

GPS Past the Destination

Getting there may be half the fun, but it's only a first step for companies looking to parlay the tracking and location capabilities of GPS into useful...

Can You Spy BI?

What you see is not necessarily what you get. At least that's the case with a lot of business intelligence software, which many companies tend to...

Mobile Broadband Moving Beyond the Small Screen

BOSTON -- Pssst! Want to know the secret to success in mobile broadband? First, stop thinking of a cell phone as, well, a cell...

Berners-Lee: Free The Mobile Internet

BOSTON -- He may not wear the stereotypical bling, but World Wide Web Consortium director and father of the Web Tim Berners-Lee wants to pimp your ride...

Financial Execs Not Drawn To Dazzle of New Technology

"Excuse me, can I use your 'risk mitigator' to check my email?" Okay, maybe you won’t hear your average executive asking that question anytime soon. But it...

Interview: James Gosling, ‘the Father of Java’

As one of the developers of the original Java programming language and "Father of Java," James Gosling is easily a cyber celebrity in the...

MIT Researchers Hope to Kick Kerberos Up a Notch

A twenty-year-old technology could be set to become a worldwide standard for authentication. By one estimate, it already may be. That's the thinking, at least, from...

SIP and Web-Based Applications

Since its founding in 1993, Ubiquity Software has pretty much lived up to its moniker of developing applications and services that are available anywhere and...

What Will Venture Capitalists Fund Next?

In the Wild West of the Internet boom days, venture capitalists were the high-rolling gamblers who swept into town and threw cash at even the riskiest scheme...

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