Articles By Todd R. Weiss

Privacy groups question RFID use in medicine tracking

Privacy groups question RFID use in medicine tracking

As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration considers the use of radio frequency identification tags to help fight counterfeit prescription...

October 16th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
CA releases patents to open-source developers

CA releases patents to open-source developers

In a move to support open-source software development, Computer Associates International Inc. this month announced that technologies covered by 14...

September 29th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
IBM launches workforce consulting services

IBM launches workforce consulting services

IBM Wednesday launched a new consulting service designed to help businesses plan for critical changes in their workforces as more...

September 28th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
Symantec report sparks safe-browser debate

Symantec report sparks safe-browser debate

In its latest Internet Security Threat Report, released Monday, security vendor Symantec Corp. noted that in the first six months...

September 20th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
Hotel IT staff begin the road back after Katrina

Hotel IT staff begin the road back after Katrina

With its three hotels in New Orleans out of commission in the wake of deadly Hurricane Katrina, IT workers at...

September 1st, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
Red Cross looks to IT for post-Katrina recovery

Red Cross looks to IT for post-Katrina recovery

Once Hurricane Katrina has taken a final swipe at Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi, the American Red Cross will begin quickly...

August 30th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
New Jersey to get e-voting paper trail by 2008

New Jersey to get e-voting paper trail by 2008

New Jersey has passed a new law mandating voter-verifiable paper trails for electronic touchpad voting machines, but election reform advocates...

July 18th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
lead study author

lead study author

The growth of grid computing is being stymied by the traditional per-processor licensing models that software vendors continue to push,...

March 27th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
Study: IT skills bonus pay finally heading upward

Study: IT skills bonus pay finally heading upward

After three years of declines in the bonuses paid to specially trained IT workers, skilled employees are likely to see...

March 14th, 2005 Todd R. Weiss
EMC acquires SMARTS in $260M deal

EMC acquires SMARTS in $260M deal

In a move aimed at bolstering its product line, storage vendor EMC Corp. is buying SMARTS Inc., an event automation...

November 21st, 2004 Todd R. Weiss