Adobe’s Acrobat.com emerges from beta

Adobe’s Acrobat.com emerges from beta

Adobe Systems on Monday will move its Acrobat.com Web-based productivity and collaboration services out of beta and offer for-fee subscriptions...

June 14th, 2009 Elizabeth Montalbano

Muni Wi-Fi best practices from California

Muni Wi-Fi best practices from California

IT officials from three California cities detailed their experiences earlier this week with trying to set up municipal wireless networks,...

October 24th, 2007 Paul Krill

FIs bring vendors onboard to tighten down hatches

FIs bring vendors onboard to tighten down hatches

The bilingual financial co-operative Caisse Populaires du Manitoba has selected security appliances from Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Fortinet to protect its multi-platform...

August 25th, 2005 IT Focus Staff

Wireless thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply in 2005: Deloitte

Wireless thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply in 2005: Deloitte

WiFi thrives, RFID flies, viruses multiply, and VoIP (despite all its problems) survives.Those, in a nutshell, are among the top...

February 13th, 2005 Vanessa Ho

Japan’s Internet users near 63 million says survey

Japan’s Internet users near 63 million says survey

The total number of Internet users in Japan rose 11.3 per cent during the year to hit just under 63...

June 29th, 2004 Martyn Williams

SingTel, NTT DoCoMo tie up to push 3G

SingTel, NTT DoCoMo tie up to push 3G

Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. (SingTel) and Japan's NTT DoCoMo Inc. will work together on developments related to third-generation (3G) mobile technology,...

April 24th, 2003 David Legard

Japan mobile Internet subscriptions hit 60 million

Japan mobile Internet subscriptions hit 60 million

Just over 60 million people in Japan, or roughly four out of every five people who own a cellular telephone,...

February 20th, 2003 Martyn Williams

Emusic blows the fine print

Emusic blows the fine print

BackSpinI've been observing a skirmish between a group of subscribers to the online music service Emusic.com Inc. and the service's...

November 28th, 2002 Mark Gibbs

Microsoft adds notification services to database

Microsoft adds notification services to database

Microsoft Corp. has released SQL Server Notification Services, a platform for developing and deploying database applications that enable users to...

August 26th, 2002 Paul Krill