Watch for these software X factor upgrades

April 29, 2009
The future of IT begins in June, with Apple's Snow Leopard, AMD's Istanbul CPU, and large-scale GPUs
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Sun's vision to standardize IT

April 22, 2009
By giving away software that might otherwise be used to shackle customers, Sun earned customers' trust -- and pointed to a more meaningful way of delivering technology
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Can you fix it? Yes, you can

April 15, 2009
Instead of service plans, buy spare parts. Instead of new systems, invest in CPU and memory upgrades.
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Rich online apps can learn from the old IBM 3270 terminal

April 01, 2009
Whether they run on your server, in your hand, or in the cloud, remote applications should favor reliability over a desktop look. The good apps can go for both
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Unix. IT should ask for it by name

March 25, 2009
Would you rather have a vendor's promise to interoperate with competitors' systems, or a contract obliging them to do it? Unix is the contract
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Where does Intel's Nehalem get its juice?

March 18, 2009
Etched somewhere in Intel's new quad-core CPU are the origins of a massive speed boost for Apple's new Mac Pro
Processors, Intel
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Taking AJAX literally makes lousy Web apps

March 12, 2009
As little as possible should be the rule for JavaScript, which must play a supporting role to CSS and HTML
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AT&T U-verse turns the triple play

March 05, 2009
It's no mean feat to get the Internet, telephone, and entertainment combo exactly right, but AT&T may have the formula
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AMD's six-shooter is loaded and ready

February 25, 2009
AMD's next big thing for servers is the Istanbul six-core Opteron CPU; it's much more than the sum of its cores
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Self-guarding storage for ultimate server security

February 18, 2009
Thousands of dollars of security software can't guard against local threats as well as a $3 chip can
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