• May 15, 2007

    Microsoft takes aim at open source, Linux

    Microsoft is seeking royalties from users, distributors on 235 Linux and open-source patents. Legit claim, or a campaign of fear, uncertainty, doubt?
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  • May 14, 2007

    Breaking SOA bottlenecks

    Tools and applications, even those totally relevant to SOA, get you only so far. Any enterprise embarking on an SOA journey needs to know where it’s going and how to make the right preparations. Here are the common SOA choke points -- and their antidotes.
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  • May 8, 2007

    JavaOne 2007

    From JavaOne camp to Java technology in TV, this year's conference in San Francisco features learning opportunities from innovators, thought leaders, industry players, and creators
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  • May 7, 2007

    Stupid user tricks: IT horror stories

    When it comes to royally derailing IT, nothing trumps the stupidity of those whom IT is meant to serve. In this year's sequel to the 2006 list of stupid user tricks, we bring 10 accounts of those who meddled unwisely in IT's business.
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  • April 30, 2007

    MIX07: Microsoft courts the Web

    The future of rich media on the Web is in the mix this year as Microsoft uses technology like Silverlight to take on Adobe's Flash
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  • April 30, 2007

    Month of Enterprise Startups

    InfoWorld celebrates the month of May 2007 by paying homage to business-focused technology startups. Each day we'll feature a new startup (established no earlier than 2004) that is a rising star in the IT enterprise. Check back daily for executive interviews, company profiles, and other goodies.
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  • April 16, 2007

    Web 2.0 set to shine

    At the first-ever Web 2.0 Expo, startups and luminaries discuss the challenges of building and maintaining social communities, and the impact of blogs
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  • April 16, 2007

    Intel emphasizes innovation at IDF

    At this week's show in Beijing, Intel will offer the first public demo of its PRAM technology as well as a look ahead to products beyond the upcoming Santa Rosa platform
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  • April 2, 2007

    A new era for InfoWorld begins

    It’s official: InfoWorld has evolved! After 29 years and 1,384 issues, we’re folding our print publication and focusing on Web coverage and events business.
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  • March 26, 2007

    Java IDEs perk up

    We test a triple shot of Java dev tools: IBM and Borland/CodeGear’s Eclipse-based platforms and Sun’s open-source NetBeans
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  • March 26, 2007

    How secure is Vista?

    As promised, it's the least vulnerable operating system Microsoft's ever built. Whether that's good enough for the enterprise is another question.
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  • March 24, 2007

    Hackers unite at ShmooCon

    Convention attracts industry leaders and security pundits
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  • March 19, 2007

    Reaching out to open source VoIP

    With the technology gathering steam and deployments increasing in scope, open source VoIP just might be poised to join the pack of enterprise-worthy candidates. And when it does, the considerable cost savings and flexibility open source telephony offers will prove difficult to ignore.
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