• October 27, 2008

    Microsoft PDC 2008

    InfoWorld covers all the latest news and announcements from Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference 2008, running October 27-30 in Los Angeles
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  • September 26, 2008

    IT and the financial crisis

    The economic meltdown of September could have profound implications on IT jobs, technology priorities, and strategies. At the same time, IT could help companies lessen the impact of the financial crisis and perhaps even succeed despite it. Our stories explore how IT is affecetd and what IT can do to help.
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  • September 23, 2008

    Oracle OpenWorld 2008

    OpenWorld is expected to be a showcase for technologies that extend Oracle's core 11g database. Also on tap: plans for delivering Fusion Applications to early adopters and the launch of Oracle's new iGovernment product initiative.
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  • September 9, 2008

    Startups for business IT

    The Demo Fall 2008 and Tech Crunch 50 conferences get a lot of buzz for consumer-oriented startups. InfoWorld bypasses the photo-sharing sites and music-mashup services to the cool but useful technologies that business and professional IT should know more about.
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  • September 4, 2008

    Google launches open source Chrome browser

    Google looks to shake up the browser market, issuing a serious challenge to companies such as Microsoft and Apple. But critics are also quick to jump on Chrome's security vulnerability, licensing, and privacy issues.
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  • August 7, 2008

    Black Hat and Defcon 08: Revealing new security threats

    Hackers, security experts, and more get together to figure out the latest risks for information and Web security, and what you can do to protect your business.
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  • August 4, 2008

    Technology at the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing

    From security to scorekeeping, the Olympics is also a venue that tests the limits of technology. This special report documents the varied instances where technology helped or hindered the events.
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  • August 4, 2008

    2008 Best of Open Source Software Awards

    InfoWorld's annual BOSSIES recognize the best free and open source software the world has to offer to businesses, IT professionals, and productive individuals who rely on computers to get work done. The 2008 BOSSIE winners include 60 products in eight categories covering business and productivity applications, development tools, middleware, networking, security, and storage. Credit goes to Mario Apicella, James R. Borck, Victor R. Garza, Rick Grehan, Mike Heck, Martin Heller, and the rest of the InfoWorld Test Center for these selections. The breadth and quality of free software offerings is in fact overwhelming, and many of our choices were difficult. Please let us know what we missed.
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  • July 28, 2008

    The perfect laptop money can't buy

    InfoWorld designs the next-gen laptop that PC makers could ship in 2009. But will they? Explore our ideal thick and thin laptops via interactive Flash.
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  • July 25, 2008

    Terry Childs: Admin gone rogue

    The missteps and misunderstandings in the curious case of Terry Childs, network kidnapper, has the IT world riveted -- and InfoWorld blogger Paul Venezia determined to get the real facts behind the media circus and nonsensicial technical claims
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  • June 30, 2008

    Getting ready for Windows 7

    Due in 18 months, Windows 7 raises hopes that it will fix the troubled Vista. InfoWorld looks at what we know about Windows 7 today and how you should start preparing for it.
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  • June 26, 2008

    Tech job moving overseas? Offshore yourself with it

    As more tech jobs move overseas in an increasingly globalized economy, U.S. workers should consider whether the time is right to move to those tech hot spots abroad. This InfoWorld special report tells you what you need to know to offshore yourself.
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  • June 23, 2008

    Microsoft in the post-Gates era

    Bill Gates is practically synonymous with the PC and the computer revolution that ensued. Microsoft has become the key provider of software technology throughout the world and a major influencer of hardware, networking, and other tech directions. On June 30, Gates retires as chairman, though he will continue to advise the company he co-founded. This special report looks at what Gates' retirement means to Microsoft and the tech industry as a whole.
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