The many flavours of carrier Ethernet

The many flavours of carrier Ethernet

One of my favorite Mark Twain quotes is a riddle about semantics: If you call a dog's tail a leg,...

February 12th, 2009 Johna Till Johnson

Five top IT spending priorities for tough times

Five top IT spending priorities for tough times

No company is immune from the economy's ebb and flow. So it's no surprise that, in the face of a...

November 19th, 2008 Tom Sullivan

IBM opens door on Bluehouse – a Facebook for business

IBM opens door on Bluehouse – a Facebook for business

IBM opened yesterday the online door to a service that merges some of the best features of social networking with...

October 6th, 2008 Patrick Thibodeau

10 things seen and heard at VMWorld

10 things seen and heard at VMWorld

1. 14,000 people showed up for VMWorld at the Venetian in Las Vegas this week, more than twice the number...

September 18th, 2008 Jon Brodkin

Salesforce.com further integrates with Google

Salesforce.com further integrates with Google

Salesforce.com has added a toolkit to its Force.com platform Monday that allows its partners and developers to access Google's Application...

June 23rd, 2008 C. G. Lynch

Blogging Idol contestants look up at the Cloud

Blogging Idol contestants look up at the Cloud

Cloud computing raises a lot of issues, from information crossing borders to homogenous IT infrastructure, and our bloggers weighed in...

June 15th, 2008 Compiled the ComputerWorld Canada Staff

What to do when you drop your hard drive

What to do when you drop your hard drive

Eugenio Lopez is an acclaimed ornithologist (read: he digs birds), and a mushroom enthusiast on the side, his hobby inspiring...

April 10th, 2008 Briony Smith

All I want for Christmas is computing power

All I want for Christmas is computing power

Amazon.com Inc. is making a big bet, but it's not on selling books, CDs or holiday gifts. Instead, it wants...

December 21st, 2006 Preston Gralla

U.S. government officials argue MS case go to Supreme Court

U.S. government officials argue MS case go to Supreme Court

In a brief filed yesterday, government officials said the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case should go directly to the U.S. Supreme...

August 16th, 2000 Patrick Thibodeau