IT

Automation, green IT initiatives and system performance predictablity will not get cut out of budgets; big capital projects and oversimplified network tools that require a lot of manual control will be out as we roll along in 2009. Most IT people have opinions about what is...

MILWAUKEE – February 12, 2009 – Challenged by Fortune 500 companies to modernize traditional market research that waste billions annually, FiveTwelve Group today announced the launch of RADCL Software, which brings the resulting research process and its unmatched 90 percent implementation rate to a Web...

The cloud emerges as a serious contender for companies interested in IT outsourcing. About a year and a half ago, no one was talking about cloud computing as part of IT outsourcing (ITO) deals. But now, in today’s climate of deferring capital expenditures and finding short-term...

Google recently set the blogosphere abuzz by announcing that it was pulling the plug on several products. The victims included Lively, a virtual world that was Google’s answer to Second Life; Dodgeball, a cellphone service aimed at young bar-hoppers who wanted to let their friends know...

There is a growing belief among engineers and security experts that Internet security and privacy has become so elusive that the only way to fix the problem is to start over, with a brand new Internet. Read full article>>...

Kaiser Permanente is notifying its 29,500 Northern California employees that their data may have been exposed in a breach, the company said on Friday. It is unknown exactly how many workers have been affected, but a handful of workers have reported identity fraud as a...

One success of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Reaccreditation Project gave rise to an even bigger challenge: Namely, what to make of tens of thousands of open-ended observations about the university's future? One clever software solution, developed by UW-Madison math graduate student Erik Andrejko, may end...

WASHINGTON — To rally support for his administration’s economic recovery bill recently, President Obama invited about a dozen chief executives, seven of them from technology and energy companies, to the Oval Office. Some of their industries’ top lobbyists, meanwhile, gathered in another office where Jason Furman,...