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Why wasn’t I invited to the SourceForge party?

Why wasn’t I invited to the SourceForge party?

07/27/2007

I've been writing about open source for long enough (10 years next year) that you'd think the people at SourceForge would have

Don’t tell RIM the 8820 is an at-risk device

Don’t tell RIM the 8820 is an at-risk device

Last week we published a story on ITWorldCanada.com about RIM's latest dual-mode device and as usual, RIM was pretty silent...

July 27th, 2007 Shane Schick
MS looms over BI

MS looms over BI

It's not going to happen overnight, but Microsoft could soon be dominating the business intelligence market. The company has been...

July 27th, 2007 Greg Enright
Show me the (IT) talent

Show me the (IT) talent

By Dan McLean Pardon me for continuing to be a skeptic. I recently wrote an appeal to the IT professional...

July 27th, 2007 Dan McLean
Tory’s Tories: The Ontario PC Party’s Web sites

Tory’s Tories: The Ontario PC Party’s Web sites

By: Sandford BorinsThe Ontario PC Party main Web site is in every respect a state-of-the-art campaign site. Yet it reveals...

July 26th, 2007 ARNAB TAGORE
Tips for talking to top dogs?

Tips for talking to top dogs?

I've been able of late to spend a greater portion of my research and reporting efforts on examining the issues...

July 26th, 2007 Greg Enright
The landmine of P2P file-sharing

The landmine of P2P file-sharing

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July 25th, 2007 Joaquim Menezes
It takes courage to admit your product is insecure

It takes courage to admit your product is insecure

Kudos to Mozzila's chief security officer, Window Snyder (yes, that's his real name), who wrote on this blog recently that...

July 25th, 2007 Shane Schick
Streets – and data centres – of San Fran go dark

Streets – and data centres – of San Fran go dark

A power outage that hit San Francisco last night has also underscored the vulnerability of IT equipment associated with some...

July 25th, 2007 Shane Schick
HP still has a lot of catching up to do

HP still has a lot of catching up to do

Even after spending more than US$1 billion on Opsware, HP is nowhere near the software provider IBM is. And that's...

July 24th, 2007 Shane Schick