So you want to be an architect?

So you want to be an architect?

Every organization has one. Sometimes it’s complex and rapidly changing; sometimes it’s relatively straightforward and stable. It supports an organization...

July 31st, 2005 Neil Ross and Daniel Petley

WinHEC: 64 bits take a bite out of memory limitations

WinHEC: 64 bits take a bite out of memory limitations

When Dan Wood’s company decided to test the bleeding edge of graphics processing, the firm discovered that the current stock...

May 12th, 2005 Stefan Dubowski

Sun redirects server technology

Sun redirects server technology

Sun Microsystems Inc. is pushing a processor technology that it says will let single chips within servers handle multiple tasks...

April 18th, 2004 Jennifer Mears

Collaboration changes focus

Collaboration changes focus

Assessing the future of any technology is difficult, but in the case of enterprise collaboration, it's made easier by the...

April 8th, 2004 P.J. Connolly

Microsoft keeps doing it all wrong

Microsoft keeps doing it all wrong

BackSpinIn the last few weeks I have been increasingly annoyed and disturbed by what I see as Microsoft's strange decisions...

February 6th, 2003 Mark Gibbs

Chip boffins unveil atomic computing

Chip boffins unveil atomic computing

Science merged with science fiction Thursday as chip experts revealed that transistor-based computing may one day be replaced with atomic-based...

June 20th, 2002 Macworld.co.uk staff

Wireless leading to worry

Wireless leading to worry

Are worries over wireless LANs warranted?Canadian wireless analyst Jeremy Depow notes that despite all the productivity gains to be had...

May 30th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick

Chuck Yoke: KISS your network and make it better

Chuck Yoke: KISS your network and make it better

KISS - Keep It Short and Simple. During my days as an English major in college, this was the mantra...

April 18th, 2002 No Author

Slow, steady approach keeps Canadian technology ahead

Slow, steady approach keeps Canadian technology ahead

The evaporation of many high-profile dot-com start-ups and the NASDAQ crash should not be mistaken for the end of e-business,...

April 16th, 2002 Scott Gardner