• October 12, 2007

    Oracle's BEA bid: a big deal

    Mega-buck offer for middleware indie just the first move in a lengthy chess game
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  • October 8, 2007

    Where the jobs are: Hot startups for techies

    Web 2.0 has unleashed a perfect storm of job opportunities for techies with a business bent. What skills do you need? Tell us in Talkback
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  • September 24, 2007

    DEMOfall 2007: Startups hit the stage

    This year's platform for startups to vie for the attention of VCs and established technology firms reflects what's hot in high-tech in 2007: Collaboration and Web 2.0. InfoWorld's Ephraim Schwartz reports live from the show, and we've posted video of the actual presentations from the show. You be the judge in Talkback on any of the stories.
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  • September 24, 2007

    Virtualization on the front lines

    Enterprises forge ahead with server virtualization - and live to tell about it. Five case studies teach new lessons but share one common thread: A wise decision on servers will pay off in managing the fast growth later. Plus, our Test Center looks down the road to the virtual desktop
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  • September 19, 2007

    Intel Developer Forum, San Francisco

    Get ahead of the curve on Intel with all the news and analysis from IDF San Francisco
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  • September 12, 2007

    The great Office Server smorgasbord

    Microsoft’s five new Office Servers give Office 2007 users a wealth of new features and abilities. We examine how in this four-part series starting with SharePoint 2007
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  • September 11, 2007

    Tech joins the race for presidency

    With issues from social networks as a political force to electronic voting woes, technology is reshaping the race for the U.S. presidency
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  • September 10, 2007

    2007 InfoWorld Bossie Awards

    Selected by InfoWorld Test Center editors and reviewers, these first annual Bossies celebrate the best open source software available for the enterprise. From CRM and ERP to OSes and middleware to networking, storage, and security software, our 36 winners prove that if your business is willing and your IT staff is ready, there's an open source solution that's able.
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  • September 10, 2007

    Web apps lock horns with Microsoft Office

    Google and gaggle of upstarts gain momentum while the world sits tight for a coherent Microsoft response
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  • August 21, 2007

    VoiceCon finds its voice

    VoiceCon 2007 becomes a major launch event platform for advancements by the major players in IP telephony
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  • August 20, 2007

    The next big things in IT

    In the fortune-telling dodge, there are no wrong predictions; just events that haven’t happened yet. Flying cars? Machines that think? My son cleaning his room? Hey, it could happen someday. Well, we’re not playing that game. In the following 15 essays, InfoWorld’s bloggers and columnists are looking near-term, reading their tea leaves to identify “the next big thing” in disciplines from app dev to virtualization. Because the writers are domain experts, their predictions for tomorrow’s breakthrough technologies are grounded in what’s happening today. Even so, some of our predictions are likely to be off course; technology is funny that way. So we’d like to hear additional opinions: What do you think the Next Big Thing will be? There’s a Talkback opportunity at the end of each section. Tell us what you think, and let’s get this debate started. -- Steve Fox
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  • August 13, 2007

    InfoWorld's Geek Summer Camp

    Eke out some time to geek out with some lighter fare before summer ends. Test your tech chops, have a laugh at other's expense, and plan that last-minute getaway suitable to your tech-savvy tastes.
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  • August 6, 2007

    LinuxWorld 2007: Open source goes mainstream

    With OSS on par with proprietary software, doors are opening for its use in servers, desktop computers, and mobile devices. Robert Mullins of IDG News Service reports from San Francisco.
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