Open Group plans to certify IT architects

Open Group plans to certify IT architects

The Open Group LLC plans to launch its first IT architect certification program this week, renewing a debate among some...

July 18th, 2005 Heather Havenstein

LinuxWorld: Trivia contest prompts quips, confusion

LinuxWorld: Trivia contest prompts quips, confusion

If you’re in a sparsely packed Moscone Center auditorium filled mostly with men wearing black hacker and GNU T-shirts and...

September 2nd, 2004 Alexandra Krasne

Users form enterprise architecture group

Users form enterprise architecture group

A band of IT executives have teamed to launch a new alliance, the Enterprise Architecture Interest Group (EAIG), which aims...

May 19th, 2004 Elizabeth Heichler

Inside MIT’s new geek lair

Inside MIT’s new geek lair

According to legend, when researchers working out of Building 20 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology needed to run wires...

May 9th, 2004 Ann Bednarz

Towards the transparent company

Towards the transparent company

What's a guy who describes himself as a 'classic New York street fighter' doing in the executive boardroom of Rogers...

April 30th, 2004 Dave Carey

Microsoft committed to CRM for SMEs, Gates says

Microsoft committed to CRM for SMEs, Gates says

Microsoft Corp. is committed to the SME (small and medium-sized enterprise) market for CRM (customer relationship management) software, and is...

February 1st, 2004 Gillian Law

Developers prepare for Longhorn

Developers prepare for Longhorn

Los Angeles - Although the official launch of Longhorn is more than two years away, several Canadian developers are happy...

November 14th, 2003 Allison Taylor

SAN tools aim to simplify planning and management

SAN tools aim to simplify planning and management

EMC Corp. recently rolled out online, subscription-based enhancements to its ControlCenter management software designed to help IT staffers better build...

June 13th, 2003 Allison Taylor

Watch out for in 2004: Apps on the bleeding edge

Watch out for in 2004: Apps on the bleeding edge

Innovative technologies such as Web services and wireless are taking root across the enterprise, and they're spawning even newer, bleeding-edge...

May 27th, 2003 Loretta W. Prencipe