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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Open Source's Role in the Extinction of Proprietary Software

Open source may not take over the entire enterprise, but it will dominate the infrastructure.

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Data Center: Retrofit or Start from Scratch?

Some have likened retrofitting an existing data center to changing engines on an airplane while in flight. So does it make more sense to build a new one?

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VoIP Spreads Outward

VoIP is continuing to grow as the migration from the core of the network to the access portion, which is a more complex undertaking, gains momentum.

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EII's Pros and Cons

EII makes sense, but only as part of a total information architecture.

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Virtualizing the Desktop

A quick primer on desktop virtualization. Is it right for you?

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SaaS Savings, Let Me Count the Ways

Software-as-service savings, let me count the ways.

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Getting the Most from Your WAN

Consolidation into centralized data centers is putting more pressure on aging network technology.

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A Holistic Approach to Database Compliance

The "checkbox mentality" may appease auditors, but it's not going to do much to improve your processes or lower costs.

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Do Security Failures Affect Brand Loyalty?

Consumers are growing more concerned about security and are increasingly willing to walk away from an online or phone transaction if something seems amiss.

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IMS to Dominate VoIP Delivery

IMS may be the main purveyor of VoIP and related applications by the end of the decade.

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RFID Can Add Value to Existing Wi-Fi Networks

As companies look to wring as much value as possible out of their Wi-Fi infrastructure, some are adding RFID-based location management applications.

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Message to CIOs: Show CEOs the ROI

Since many CEOs have a "love/hate relationship" with technology, it's up to CIOs to show them that tech can generate a solid return on investment.

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Take Care When Using Municipal Networks

Officials aren't paying enough attention to security in municipal Wi-Fi development.

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Networking: A Mixed Bag, for Now

The world of applications is rapidly moving to Internet protocol. So are the networks, but more slowly.

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Supporting Real-Time BI with Real-Time ETL

The overhead burden that real-time ETL places on systems and networks depends on the mode of execution, and can be quite light.

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Eight Steps to Reducing Compliance Risks

No matter what your top risks are, employing these tactics will go a long way toward reducing them.

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Open Source Stack Providers Should Refine Their Market Focus

Instead of focusing on enterprise users as a whole, stack providers should target specific markets.

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Governance Should Be a Key Part of App Development

A project portfolio management approach can help companies integrate their application development processes with their IT management and governance processes.

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WiMax Raises Its Profile

WiMax is poised to attain a higher general profile as Intel, Sprint Nextel and other big fish in the food chain ready services.

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Entering the Age of Virtual Storage

In terms of manageability and efficient use of resources, a virtualized storage environment could turn out to be your best friend.

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Details Lacking in HP’s SOA Role

At least one analyst thinks HP will end up as one of SOA's "big three" (along with IBM and Cisco).

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IT Employment: Will Supply Meet Demand?

The shortage of qualified IT workers may never get as severe as some have predicted. Still, it's up to government, universities and companies themselves to reverse the trend.

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Microsoft Entry Will Change the Security Software Picture

Microsoft's entry commoditizes the security market.

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IT Spending Slowdown: 'Soft Landing' or Hard Times Ahead?

Is a Q4 deceleration in IT spending indicative of the "soft landing" the Street has been looking for, or is it a harbinger of tougher days to come?

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The Ins and Outs of Business Management

The open secret in the software management business is that there really isn't much difference between business intelligence and business process management.

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GOSCON Emphasizes Building Government Community

With the Open Technology Roadmap, governments have a comprehensive model for shared software development.

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Getting Prepped for vPro

Lower security and sys admin costs are just two of the benefits vPro will bring.

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Business Value, Not 'Cool,' Will Sell IP Telephony Apps

IP telephony product and platform hype take a backseat to applications and services that truly drive business value.

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UK's FAST Serious About Software Compliance

It's not enough for managers of UK-based subsidiaries to pass software compliance duties off on their U.S.-based bosses.

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Oracle on SOA, Event-Driven Architecture

The war on dirty data can be won -- but you have to pick your battles.

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Open Source Can Bridge the 'Educational Divide'

The principles of openness and sharing that characterize open source software development are changing education and business.

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Enterprise 2.0: Keep Your Eye on the Architecture

Web 2.0 or Enterprise 2.0, it's really just about making your life easier.

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Ready for Some Spear Phishing?

Phishing is getting worse because it's getting more sophisticated.

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The Challenge of Sending BI Data to Mobile Devices

Sending e-mail and personal information management (PIM) information to handhelds can be tricky, but it doesn't hold a candle to providing intensive business intelligence (BI) data to people in the field.

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OSDL's Open Source as Prior Art Project Protects Software Developers

OSAPA isn't designed to solve the software patent problem, but to help protect developers until a solution is found.

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SaaS Skepticism Is 'Predictable'

Like the shift from mainframe to client server applications before it, it's natural to see some skepticism surrounding software-as-a-service.

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SMBs and VoIP: Ready, Set … Wait

Research from Savatar shows that no vendor or service provider has created a dominant brand name in the VoIP space to which SMBs can flock.

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Application Integration Appliances

Can an appliance handle application integration? Cast Iron says yes.

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E-Records Management: A Whole New Ballgame

The key to effective e-records management is that the responsibility is shared -- by legal and IT.

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The Technical Challenges of Mobile VoIP

Mobile VoIP is a logical extension of both stationary VoIP and cellular voice services. From a technical point of view, however, it's a difficult task.

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PLM, Content Data Providers Help with RoHS Compliance

Many businesses think product life cycle management is the answer to their RoHS compliance problems. Truth is, PLM is only the beginning.

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Internal Search: Rewarding, but Risky

Companies are increasingly using internal search engines to enable employees, customers, partners and others to find important documents, but this carries a significant risk.

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Blogs Offer Lots of Marketing Bang for Very Few Bucks

Blogs offer an easy and low-cost way to build a data-rich Web site in a short period of time.

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The New Meaning of Ajax

Ajax used to stand for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, but its meaning has broadened to include any style of programming where the burden of business logic is shifted from the server to the client.

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Is CIO Role Too Much for One Person to Handle?

Some companies are beginning to divide the traditional CIO role into two separate positions -- one devoted to process innovation and the other to operational issues.

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Hybrid Open Source Model Proves Perfect for Sourcefire

The flexibility, fast pace and viral marketing of open source meet the resources and management capabilities of a commercial venture.

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IPv6 Is Coming

Better security is one of the main advantages to IPv6, but there are a host of other benefits that will cut costs, improve efficiency and enhance the bottom line.

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Photographer's Portfolio

In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a trendy, professional-looking portfolio template. [more]

Professional Text

Make a cool-blue text style with white surrounding it. [more]

Console Shortage May Linger Well Into 2007

Analysts are not optimistic about upcoming console quantities... [more]

Windows Vista Activation Cracked Yet Again

Another day, another Vista activation crack... [more]

Career Advancement A to Z

Get our best advice on finding a new job, getting paid what you're worth and dealing with workplace challenges. Plus: must-have hot skills.

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The magic of the (gadget) season

CFO calls pilot fish into his office, holds up his new Treo handheld and asks, "Can you do magic?"

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Project to tag Tokyo neighborhood with RFID

The goal is to provide users with navigation help and information about stores in Tokyo's famous shopping district.

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How I nuked mobile spam

Columnist Mike Elgan has succeeded where Bill Gates has failed: Eliminating mobile spam. Read how.

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Telcos Win a Battle, May Be Losing the War

The decision by the Federal Communications Commission to streamline the cable franchising process — reported here at TMCnet — clearly is a win for telephone companies and other providers that wish to compete with the cable industry. An FCC ruling is the start. How this shakes out will be a major factor in how the convergence business [...] [more]