GPL may be unenforceable under German law

GPL may be unenforceable under German law

German has opened the doors wide open to open source software, with the federal government leading the charge. But users...

August 7th, 2003 John Blau

US gov’t plans to respond to e-mail within two days

US gov’t plans to respond to e-mail within two days

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has launched what it calls the "first comprehensive customer service department for citizens" in...

July 30th, 2003 Grant Gross

Snowed in? Keep working!

Snowed in? Keep working!

The big winter storm that shut down many federal government operations in the District of Columbia didn't hurt Mattress Giant...

February 17th, 2003 Patrick Thibodeau

Self-employment in IT field may not be for everyone

Self-employment in IT field may not be for everyone

Some IT consultants have found that going out on their own has allowed them to control their own career and...

October 3rd, 2002 Jeff Wilson

Getronics sells US government services unit

Getronics sells US government services unit

Amsterdam IT services company Getronics NV sold its U.S. Government Solutions subsidiary to DigitalNet Inc. for 224 million euros (CDN$350...

September 30th, 2002 Joris Evers

BLACK HAT : Clarke urges better cybersecurity standards

BLACK HAT : Clarke urges better cybersecurity standards

Software vendors, Internet service providers (ISPs), wireless network vendors and the U.S. federal government all need to improve the security...

July 30th, 2002 Sam Costello

U.S. official urges better cybersecurity standards

U.S. official urges better cybersecurity standards

Software vendors, Internet service providers (ISPs), wireless network vendors and the U.S. federal government all need to improve the security...

July 30th, 2002 Sam Costello

Germans show little interest in digital signatures

Germans show little interest in digital signatures

German Internet users have shown little interest in using digital signatures so far, according to a study published on Thursday...

June 17th, 2002 John Blau

Big business rates low on Australian privacy report

Big business rates low on Australian privacy report

Airlines, banks and IT companies have failed on a report card on the impact of Australia's new Privacy Act, forcing...

April 29th, 2002 Sandra Rossi