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Technology: Open Source Tools Help Ease Integration Woes

Small companies like Marena Group see lowered costs and quicker implementation. Read More >

Unofficial Registry Script Blunts MS Word Zero-Day Attack

Internet security experts recommend that Windows users implement software restriction policies to reduce the effects of ongoing zero-day attacks against a code execution flaw in Microsoft Word. Read More >

SAP Co-founder Discusses Competitors, Potential Buyers

Hasso Plattner says IBM, Microsoft or Google could acquire SAP in the future. Read More >

Technology: Enterprise Rights Management Aims Digital Rights at Sensitive Documents

Enterprise-rights management is still in its early stages, but most CIOs acknowledge a need for better document security. Read More >

Gates' Memo: 'Beyond Business Intelligence'

Microsoft's chief software architect tells customers and partners what his company is doing to end information overload/underload. Read the full text of his memo here. Read More >

Sun's Open-Source Outreach Met with Mixed Emotions

As Sun wades deeper into open-source waters, reaction from the analyst and open-source communities is diverse and divided. Read More >

Are CIOs Ignoring Web 2.0 Technologies?

Users are taking the plunge into blogs, RSS, podcasts, tagging, and Wikis. But many CIOs have cold feet about letting users try out new, innovative technologies. Read More >

Case Study: Backcountry.com Bets the Shop on Open Source

Backcountry.com is a small player in the outdoor sporting-goods market but it's growing fast—and gaining market share—by betting on open source. Read More >

Case Study: Backcountry.com Bets the Shop on Open Source

Backcountry.com is a small player in the outdoor sporting goods market. But thanks in part to an unconventional approach to IT, it's experiencing eye-popping growth, nearly doubling its revenues in 2005. Read More >

Emerging Technologies Survey May 2006: Which Technologies Make Sense For Your Company?

Our survey of 45 emerging technologies finds team collaboration tools, business process platforms/management suites, server virtualization, and open source databases, development tools and languages are considered "most likely to provide business value" f Read More >

Behind Oil Profits: A Look At ExxonMobil's Technology Alignment

Rocketing oil prices are driving the nation's big oil companies to record profits, but even among this powerful group, one stands out: ExxonMobil. Not only does it invest heavily in technology that give it an edge in finding oil and gas, it keeps that spe Read More >

Toll Lane Ahead for Internet Traffic?

Enterprise executives quietly fret about net neutrality's future and its impact on their budgets. Read More >

Will Sun Open-Source Java?

The debate inside Sun over whether to take Java open source is coming to a head as the JavaOne conference looms May 15. One of new Sun Microsystems CEO Jonathan Schwartz's first chores will be to manage the scrum and gauge the future of Java. Read More >

Open Source Making Inroads on Wall Street

At the Linux on Wall Street conference, Citigroup discusses its use of open source. Read More >

IBM Speaks Out on Red Hat-JBoss Deal

A company executive says he is not fazed by Red Hat's acquisition of JBoss and that the deal will not adversely affect their relationship. Read More >

Decision-Support Systems: Lessons from the Military

Combat avionics designed for decision support used tell the pilot everything all the time, which just confused things. The key to aiding good decisions is knowing what peope need to know and giving it to them when they need it. Read More >

Will Red Hat Lose Powerful Friends with JBoss Buy?

News Analysis: Analysts weigh in on whether Oracle and IBM will now turn their backs on Red Hat, and what that might mean for HP, Novell and the open-source community. Read More >

Developers on the Clock

Like most CIOs these days, Paul-Camille Bentz, of AGF (a French subsidiary of Munich-based insurance giant Allianz AG), has been looking for ways to cut costs from his IT budget. So far, he's reduced infrastructure, extended the life of the PCs used by AG Read More >

The Anti-Snooze Button

Before you plan on grabbing some sleep during your next meeting featuring a PowerPoint presentation, beware: You may be expected to participate. Read More >

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