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Gates Champions 'Creative Capitalism' to End Inequity

Bill Gates prodded Harvard's newest alums to apply a new concept of reward and profit that encourages governments and businesses to do the right thing. Read More >

Gates Champions 'Creative Capitalism' to End Inequity

Bill Gates prodded Harvard's newest alums to apply a new concept of reward and profit that encourages governments and businesses to do the right thing. Read More >

IT Industry Fails to Keep Pace

A CIO Insight analysis of government data reveals that payrolls among the nation's producers of computer hardware, software and services didn't keep up with overall job growth over the past five years. Read More >

Study: Developers Do Not Want GPL 3 to Police Patents

A new Microsoft-funded study has found that open-source developers do not believe licenses like the upcoming GNU GPL 3 should enforce software patents or prevent deals like the Microsoft-Novell patent agreement. Read More >

H&R Block Embraces Benefits of Open Source

Open source has generated revenue and brought positive changes in the way H&R Block services its customers. Read More >

IBM Shows Impact of SOA

News Analysis: At its Impact 2007 conference, IBM lays out the importance of and its plans for service-oriented architecture. Read More >

Google Keeps Close Eye on Open Source

Q&A: Chris DiBona, a programs manager for Google, talks about how the company uses open-source software and what it contributes to the open-source community. Read More >

Desktop Virtualization Is Starting to Expand

News Analysis: More companies and their customers are finding new ways to utilize desktop virtualization, which Gartner predicts could start outpacing server virtualization in the coming years. Read More >

Oracle to Buy PLM Specialist Agile for $495M

Oracle will spend $495 million to acquire Agile Software, a developer of product lifecycle management applications, as it continues its relentless campaign to outgrow SAP through corporate buyouts. Read More >

Open Source: The Price of Freedom

Call it the democratization of software. But in this election contest, open-source operating systems come down to two leading candidates with similar platforms. Read More >

Open Source: What Companies Are Deploying Now

Small and mid-size companies have embraced Linux. Now they are taking up an even broader array of open source technologies. Read More >

IBM Moves to Make Data Centers More Energy-Efficient

IBM unveils "Project Big Green," which it claims will save enterprises money and make them more energy-efficient when it comes to their data centers. Read More >

CIOs Want Integrated Web 2.0 Tools

A new study reveals that CIOs prefer Web 2.0 tool suites from major vendors rather than standalone applications. Read More >

IBM Offers Paid Support for No-Cost Data Server

IBM will now offer users of its DB2 Enterprise-C data server a paid annual support subscription. Read More >

The State of Ubuntu 7.04 Is Strong

Review: Ubuntu 7.04—also known as Feisty Fawn—shines for its excellent software management tools and large catalog of ready-to-install free software applications. Read More >

Many Backup, Recovery Systems Go Untested

Numerous companies risk serious downtime and financial losses because of untested, critically slow disaster recovery systems, a survey suggests. Read More >

Wal-Mart to Add RFID to 400 More Stores

The retailer reaffirms its support for RFID, citing fewer out-of-stock items and a reduction in excess inventory in the supply chain. Read More >

IBM Developing Blades for Server-Based Computing

Big Blue is partnering with Devon IT to develop and sell a combination of blades and thin clients to create a server-based computing environment for customers. Read More >

Ray Ozzie Is Fully Clothed

News Analysis: Despite facing mounting criticism and mumbling from pundits over Microsoft's services strategy, Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie stood and delivered a potent keynote at the Mix show. Read More >

Four More Convicted in eBay Fraud Case

Guilty pleas bring the number of people convicted of illegally selling copyrighted software to seven. Read More >

Microsoft Sees Complex Future for Software

The next generation of applications will include local software and global services, resulting in a persistent hybrid model, says a Microsoft executive at the New Software Industry conference. Read More >

"$100 Laptop" Project May be Coming to America

A project that aims to deliver low-priced laptops with string pulleys to the world's poorest children may have a new market: U.S. schools. Read More >

Adobe Open-Source Move Sets Showdown with Microsoft

Adobe's plan to open-source its Flex Web development framework offers at least a partial open-source alternative to Microsoft's Silverlight and Extensible Application Markup Language. Read More >

Hardware Virtualization Scenario Set to Play Out Soon

Virtualization, both on the software and hardware side, took center stage at the Linux/Open Source on Wall Street conference. Read More >

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