• January 7, 2008

    Highlights from CES 2008

    The cool new personal tech of today often migrates into business tomorrow — as instant messaging, smartphones, and thumb drives all attest. That’s why its critical for IT to track technology developments in the consumer space, not just in the enterprise space. Those emerging consumer technologies often appear first at the Consumer Electronics Show, where vendors do their best to stand out from the crowd. Use InfoWorld’s coverage to keep tabs on the products and innovation that one day you'll either contend with as it comes in the door or gratefully bring into solve IT challenges.
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  • January 7, 2008

    2008 Technology of the Year Award winners

    Drawn from the hundreds of IT products evaluated by the InfoWorld Test Center over the past year, our annual awards recognize the most capable, most polished, most groundbreaking, and most valuable products on the IT landscape. Find out which products earned top honors in our slideshow series.
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  • December 28, 2007

    The year in reviews: Virtualization

    On the server virtualization front, 2007 witnessed the birth of Microsoft's Hyper-V, the coming of age of Virtual Iron and XenSource, and the continued supremacy of VMware Infrastructure 3. In addition to these developments, we tracked the emergence of application virtualization with close and comparative looks at Thinstall, Symantec/Altiris SVS, and Microsoft SoftGrid, and put the leading desktop VM solutions -- for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X -- to the test.
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  • December 27, 2007

    The year in IT idiocy

    What better time than the end of the year to have a laugh at someone else's expense? Luckily, these boneheaded users and hackers provide chortles in spades. And after you've had your fun, show how above the hoi polloi you are by acing our geek and network security IQ tests.
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  • December 26, 2007

    InfoWorld salutes IT

    InfoWorld tips its cap once again to a diverse array of tech execs and project leaders who went beyond the call of duty in 2007, proving once again that innovation and dedication are ingrained in the spirit of IT. From the CTO 25 to the InfoWorld 100, InfoWorld is honored to count such accomplished tech pros among its reading ranks. May success be yours in 2008!
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  • December 24, 2007

    The Year in Reviews: Application Development

    AJAX, Flash, and approaches to rich Internet applications -- ranging from Microsoft's and Adobe's to JackBe's and Nexaweb's -- continued to grab headlines in 2007, and we tracked the developments in reviews of these tools. Top draws among our app dev reviews also included a slugfest of Java IDE heavyweights, commercial and open source Web service test tools, unit testers and source code analyzers, and a developer's eye look at Mac OS X Leopard.
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  • December 3, 2007

    Placing the user at the center of identity

    For most IT organizations, federated identity has proved difficult to achieve. Policy and governance problems persist, and the almost chaotic expansion of partnerships and interconnected services required to remain competitive in a Web-centric world have many nearly giving up on the dream. Enter user-centric technologies such as CardSpace and OpenID, which place the user intuitively at the center of identity.
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  • November 12, 2007

    2007 InfoWorld 100 awards

    Every year, InfoWorld celebrates 100 IT organizations that have made the best use of technology in pursuit of business goals. Whether ushering legacy systems into the agile era or revolutionizing how their companies leverage technology to meaningful ends, this year's winners are both inspiration and proof that striking a new path in IT can reap deep organizational rewards.
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  • November 6, 2007

    Google Android: Invader from beyond

    Google's mobile development platform announcement made a big splash, but what does it mean for the company and the mobile sector?
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  • November 5, 2007

    Building an SOA that works

    Five case studies and fresh Test Center ESB reviews help you architect an SOA that boosts business agility
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  • October 26, 2007

    Mac OS X: Leopard spotting

    Find out what's new, what's different, and what to expect with Apple's latest Mac OS.
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  • October 22, 2007

    The great desktop switch: From Windows to Linux

    Who has the time to get all geeky with Linux on the desktop? We do. And as you'll see in this complete guide, it's not as hard as you think.
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  • October 17, 2007

    Web 2.0: Discovering the Web's edge

    The fourth Web 2.0 conference is underway as industry leaders discuss the technology, applications, opportunities, and even threats of the Web's continuing evolution
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