Your New Network Nightmare Is About To Debut
Networking holds a soft spot in my heart because it was the first technology I ever covered.
Fast-growing Pluribus Networks doubles up in Palo Alto
Pluribus Networks has doubled its office space in Palo Alto as the three-year-old startup continues to grow at a fast clip.
Why Apple, Google & Facebook Must Fight for User Privacy
These eight companies usually compete-often bitterly. The last time Silicon Valley powerhouses did so was in 1999 when, ironically, t hey joined to stop the US Consumer Protection Agency from putting controls on enterprise user data collection.
Another Oracle Education and Research Industry Strategy Council is in the books
December 4-5 were the dates for our winter Industry Strategy Council meeting that we hold semi-annually, with the December sessions always being at our headquarters in Redwood Shores California.
Oracle May Get Second Chance to Prove Google Infringed on Java Copyrights
Oracle's copyright case against Google's Android OS appeared to gain new life this week after a federal appeals court judge poked holes in Google's defense.
Dataram Corporation: A $2.4 Stock Poised To Climb Higher
Since 1967, Dataram Corporation has manufactured high-quality computer memory, storage products and software.
Key witness faces heat in Steinberg insider trading case
The star witness in the government's case against SAC Capital Advisors portfolio manager Michael Steinberg faced aggressive questioning on Tuesday from Steinberg's lawyer, who sought to discredit his earlier testimony.
Google's Schmidt joins Mayo Clinic board
Schmidt joined Google in 2001 and served as its CEO for 10 years before becoming executive chairman.
India-born exec among candidates to succeed Microsoft CEO
India-born senior Microsoft executive Satya Nadella is among the top two likely candidates whose name is being considered for becoming the next CEO of the world's biggest software company, replacing longtime chief executive Steve Ballmer.
eWEEK 30: Unix Proves Staying Power as Enterprise Computing Platform
Back in 1984 during the early days of PC Week Unix was not a new operating system, but it was an operating system that was just beginning to take root in the mainstream of enterprise computing.