Cloud Computing Archives - Page 84

Mixed reviews greet HP-Compaq deal

Mixed reviews greet HP-Compaq deal

What started out as a phone call between two CEOs to discuss licensing arrangements ended earlier this month in the...

September 20th, 2001 Michael MacMillan
Loba

Loba

Imagine leaving home to live in a foreign land, having to learn a new language and the ins and outs...

September 20th, 2001 Chris Conrath
Financial companies try to assess damage

Financial companies try to assess damage

Although financial institutions with offices in the destroyed World Trade Center issued statements Wednesday that operations are continuing and data...

September 13th, 2001 Nancy Weil
HP-COMPAQ merger surprises users and leaves them skeptical

HP-COMPAQ merger surprises users and leaves them skeptical

David Stavetski, midrange systems manager at Birmingham, Ala.-based Saks Inc., was dropping his kids off for the first day of...

September 6th, 2001 Mark Hall
Stunned analysts offer faint praise for HP-Compaq

Stunned analysts offer faint praise for HP-Compaq

What started out as a phone call between two CEOs to discuss licensing arrangements ended Tuesday in the surprise marriage...

September 5th, 2001 Michael MacMillan
Virtual Private Networks

Virtual Private Networks

If you need to connect 1,000 locations to a WAN and minimize your network access expenses in a secure, low-cost...

August 27th, 2001 Bryant Dunetz

As his taxi crawled through traffic in downtown Toronto, Ben Sapiro fired up his laptop and, cradling a small antenna...

August 23rd, 2001 Scott Gardner
Copyright law chills IT security research

Copyright law chills IT security research

A cloud of fear and uncertainty hung over the 10th annual Usenix Security Symposium in Washington D.C. last week, as...

August 19th, 2001 Dan Verton
IT Support For Remote Offices

IT Support For Remote Offices

It wasn't a typical week. But then again, nothing about managing IT services for a remote office ever runs like...

August 12th, 2001 Lee Copeland

As his taxi crawled through traffic in downtown Toronto, Ben Sapiro fired up his laptop and, cradling a small antenna...

August 3rd, 2001 Scott Gardner