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Can IT Use Open Source Methods To Write Internal Code?

Mainstream companies are using open source methods to develop their own software. Lynne Ellyn, CIO of DTE Energy, shares her thoughts on how to make it work. Read More >

Models and Measures

Opinion: Next-generation systems depend on high-level design aids and open performance measurement standards. Read More >

Wikis Are Alive and Kicking in the Enterprise

The benefits of wikis are being widely recognized and they are spreading in enterprises thanks in part to the influx of the tech-savvy entry-level employees of so-called Generation Y. Read More >

RFID Maker Licenses IBM's Clipped Tag Technology

IBM says the technology is a simple answer to an increasingly convoluted issue: consumer privacy in the face of RFID-tagged products. Read More >

Election Daze for Party Faithful

Write-in columnist seeks to exercise right but gets left Read More >

SOA Success: Five Actions CIOs Say You Should Take

CIOs deploying a service-oriented architecture say success can boil down to some key action items. Read More >

IBM, Business Objects Deepen Relationship

The companies sgree to jointly build out on demand software and stock their services business. Read More >

Apple Launches Latest Beta Version of Boot Camp

The updated version of Apple's software that allows Mac users to run Windows comes on the heels of Apple's update of its MacBook Pro line with Intel's Core 2 Duo processor. Read More >

Red Hat Exec: Oracle Linux Move 'Positive for Us'

Company executive says the move is an acknowledgement that the future of software is open source and that its Red Hat enterprise Linux software is the gold standard. Read More >

Study: Technology Not an IT Security Solution

Processes and people are most important elements in achieving IT security, according to a new study. Read More >

Is It Really Too Late to Beat Bots?

Opinion: The experts are disconsolate over the battle against botnets, but I think the longer term is promising. Read More >

How to Manage Application Enhancements

Most IT departments get nibbled to death by ducks. Here are John Parkinson's secrets to managing the never-ending stream of small application changes. Read More >

Cha-Ching! The First 2007 IT Salary Guide Arrives

It's going to be a good year to be a software developer, according to the first 2007 IT Salary Guide from Robert Half Technology. Read More >

SAP Announces Solid Third Quarter

The company fends off Oracle, and hints at new on-demand services for the midmarket. Read More >

Microsoft, IBM Hook Up for E-Mail Archiving

Two IT giants join forces for the first time to offer large companies a e-mail archive package designed to stand the scrutiny of auditors. Read More >

How To Pull Money Out of Storage

New hardware and software are wringing inefficiencies from storage technologies. Read More >

RFID, EPCglobal Face Public Policy Challenges

The battle could heat up as more citizens become aware of RFID and legislators push harder for laws limiting its use. Read More >

LSB Developer Network: An MSDN for Linux

FSG and O'Reilly Media are teaming to offer an online resource for Linux developers similar to the Microsoft Software Developer Network. (Linux-Watch) Read More >

Are Enterprise Apps On the Way Out?

IT execs say most business functions can benefit from automation, but data integration problems must first be solved. That means stepping toward SOA and Web services—and away from suites like CRM and ERP. Read More >

Vendors are Missing the Target with Business Process Software

The tools and services that most directly target BPI aren't consistently effective. Read More >

IBM Launches Initiative of SOA Products, Services

IBM launches a new SOA effort to fill gaps in the company's portfolio of SOA tools so that IBM can serve as a one-stop shop for SOA customers. Read More >

Podcasting: An Enterprise Hit

Corporate podcasts from the likes of MassMutual, GM and IBM aren't likely to be popular on iTunes. But corporate podcasting has worked its way into the technology fabric of businesses. Read More >

Pedals to the Metal

Baseline's ranking of the 50 business software companies with the biggest year-to-year growth finds that eight of the top 10 offer software as a service. Read More >

Study: SarbOx Software Not Taking Hold

From Baseline: A survey says companies are slow to adopt third-party tools, instead relying on consultants to tackle Sarbanes-Oxley requirements. Read More >

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