Articles By Frank Hayes

Routed by rootkits

Routed by rootkits

Call it the worst work-around ever. How else to describe the advice from Mike Danseglio, a Microsoft security guru, to...

April 27th, 2006 Frank Hayes
Learning lessons from Vista delay

Learning lessons from Vista delay

Think Microsoft Vista’s latest schedule slip doesn’t matter? Think again. Sure, last month’s announcement that the next version of Windows...

April 13th, 2006 Frank Hayes
Innovate big time or just go home

Innovate big time or just go home

Here’s a secret of successful innovation: Change big, not small. No, that doesn’t just mean you should think big when...

March 30th, 2006 Frank Hayes
Hatching IPv6

Hatching IPv6

There’s no rush to convert the world to IPv6, the next-generation Internet protocol. So concludes a new report from the...

March 2nd, 2006 Frank Hayes
Getting it right when it comes to IT security

Getting it right when it comes to IT security

Just when we think Microsoft finally understands the importance of security, we get this WMF fiasco. Here was a situation...

February 2nd, 2006 Frank Hayes
It

It

Who will survive in IT? That’s a pretty grim way to frame the issue, especially considering recent good news. IT...

September 29th, 2005 Frank Hayes
IT training can get messy

IT training can get messy

How do you train users?No, that’s not an abstract question. How do you train users? There are two basic approaches....

September 1st, 2005 Frank Hayes
Opinion: US$178B worth of baloney

Opinion: US$178B worth of baloney

The breathless headline on the press release reads: “US$178 Billion in Employee Productivity Lost in the U.S. Annually Due to...

August 18th, 2005 Frank Hayes
Learning project puts harsh reality before theory

Learning project puts harsh reality before theory

What’s the matter with kids today? Lack of experience. At least that’s what’s wrong with fresh-out-of-school job applicants from the...

June 23rd, 2005 Frank Hayes
What does Paris Hilton have to do with your job?

What does Paris Hilton have to do with your job?

Data-theft victims had no problems being notified when Paris Hilton’s phone book hit the Web. Dozens of celebs, ranging from...

March 31st, 2005 Frank Hayes