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Game Companies Get Down To Business
News  |  3/31/2006
Being a genius with a great idea isn't enough; gaming companies are following the lead of corporate IT and adopting third-party middleware to make their products winners.
Virtualization Vendors Jockey For Advantage
News  |  3/31/2006
Microsoft delays update for its Virtual Server software, licenses its Virtual Hard Disk format to XenSource.
Game Plan
Features  |  3/31/2006
The Vista Lineup
Features  |  3/31/2006
A Clearer View Of Vista
Features  |  3/31/2006
With the next major release of Microsoft Windows on the horizon, businesses need to start planning now. Our survey shows what some business technology professionals have in mind--and why.
From Jill Carroll To InformationWeek's Own Tom Claburn: Journalists Just Doing Their Jobs
Commentary  |  3/31/2006
I feel like I should know Jill Carroll. She grew up down the street from me, went to the same Michigan middle school and high school as I did, and swam for the same neighborhood swim club. But I didn't know her. She's quite a bit--ahem--younger than I am.
10 Hot Web Startups You Should Know About
Features  |  3/31/2006
InformationWeek highlights 10 companies whose services and applications have the potential to bring about a revolutionary change in the way the Web works.
Blinkx Changes Desktop Search
Features  |  3/31/2006
Startup touts its free 1-Mbyte Pico search toolbar as the world's smallest search engine
Microsoft Security Flaws Create A New Market
Commentary  |  3/30/2006
It's happened again: Someone other than Microsoft has ridden in on their white horse and delivered a patch designed to protect Microsoft customers while Redmond readies its next regularly scheduled download of fixes. Russian programmer Ilfak Guilfanov, senior developer with Belgian software maker DataRescue, opened the barn doors in January when he issued an unauthorized piece of workaround code to help companies
Web Word Processing Made Simple
Features  |  3/30/2006
Writely tool makes composing documents online a snap
Wikis Suit Up For The Office
Features  |  3/30/2006
Internet startup Socialtext leads the charge toward the adoption of firewall-protected wikis
Mashups: A Hallmark Of Web 2.0
Features  |  3/30/2006
Google Maps is one of the most popular ingredients for offering a multitude of information in one simple graphical interface.
Laszlo Restores Power To Web Users
Features  |  3/30/2006
OpenLaszlo lets developers build interactive Web apps
Business Cards No More
Features  |  3/30/2006
Jigsaw offers Web-based subscription service for business contacts
DreamFactory Brings Power To The Browser
Features  |  3/30/2006
Startup extends interactive features of CD-ROMs and games into a lightweight front end for Web apps
Online Calendar Draws Enterprise Interest
Features  |  3/30/2006
83degrees' aims its free collaborative calendar at small businesses
EMS Scales A Data Mountain
News  |  3/30/2006
Outdoor gear merchant Eastern Mountain Sports implements Web-based business intelligence to help it win retail sales.
Fujitsu Announces Controls Automation and Monitoring Solution for Compliance, Risk, and Performance Management
News  |  3/30/2006
Collaboration with Deloitte Consulting LLP also in the works.
Kawasaki Expands Use of Click Commerce Solution Worldwide
News  |  3/30/2006
The powersports equipment manufacturer intends to increase sales of Kawasaki accessories around the world.
Cox Communications to Deploy Informiam's ClearPath with Cisco IP Contact Center Solution
News  |  3/30/2006
ClearPath being deployed in conjunction with recently announced Cisco IPCC solution to allow for visibility of customer operations across 19 North American contact centers.
Oracle's BI Play
Commentary  |  3/30/2006
Oracle is pushing a new product line that it hopes will cover companies' BI needs from top to bottom.
Justice Department Spreads Subpoenas
Commentary  |  3/29/2006
Search engines aren't the only companies being sent subpoenas. As part of its campaign to demonstrate the futility of Internet filtering, the U.S. Department of Justice has subpoenaed at least 34 Internet companies and software makers. The story is now posted on InformationWeek.com. I discovered this thanks to a Freedom of Information Act request I filed with the Department of Justice. The DOJ complied, though r
Maybe It's Just That Nobody Gives A Cr-- Uh, Darn
Commentary  |  3/29/2006
Nonprofits and political organizations, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation, are campaigning against America Online's plan to give preferential treatment to some E-mail newsletters and other bulk mail, provided that the senders are willing to pay a fee. Bennet Haselton, of the political group Peacefire.org, posted an explanation on Slashdot. It's thoughtful--but demonstrates why Peacefire and the EFF are missing the
Is Open Source Ready To Implement SOA?
News  |  3/28/2006
LogicBlaze debuts open-source Fuse middleware to help businesses get started with their SOA projects.
SAS Expands Into Credit Risk, Bank Compliance Areas
News  |  3/27/2006
At its annual user conference, SAS also details its expanded data integration R&D efforts.
Oracle's Wookey Talks Up Fusion, Open Source
Commentary  |  3/27/2006
Most customers won't make the jump to Oracle Corp.'s Fusion applications for years, but the software maker says it has begun working with companies to make the transition. Along with the transition, Oracle's focus has been on delivering industry-specific features, similar to tools from Microsoft Business Solutions and SAP AG. Click here to download or listen to the podcast.
Cognos Adds Search Technology To BI Toolset
News  |  3/27/2006
The updated release of Cognos 8 also offers PowerPoint support and tighter integration with the SAP NetWeaver Enterprise Portal.
Skype Founders Sued For Racketeering
News  |  3/27/2006
The suit claims that peer-to-peer client maker Kazaa, also founded by Skype founders, violated StreamCast's exclusive rights to the technology behind Kazaa by selling it to a shell company.
Process Management Grows Up: Q&A With Gartner's Jim Sinur
News  |  3/27/2006
VP and distinguished analyst Sinur outlines a BPM maturity model and talks about what it takes to get to the next level of process performance.
Three No-Cost Ways To Get Started With BPM
News  |  3/27/2006
Several business process management vendors now offer free, downloadable tools that let you model processes, analyze expected performance improvement and create most, if not all, of an actual executable design.
Microsoft SQL Server Runs With Largest Databases
Commentary  |  3/24/2006
Microsoft's SQL Server keeps showing up in unexpected places. One of them is the list of entrants for Winter Corp.'s 2005 TopTen largest databases.
Microsoft And Eclipse: A Showdown For Ajax Leadership
News  |  3/24/2006
Dueling Ajax efforts could determine who controls the user interface for interactive Web applications.
Heads Roll As Microsoft Misses Vista Target
News  |  3/24/2006
The business version is on time, but the company won't make the key holiday consumer sales season.
Updated: Check Point And Sourcefire Scrap Acquisition Amidst Scrutiny
News  |  3/24/2006
Israel-based Check Point will have to seek other business partners to add intrusion detection to its product lineup.
Office 2007 Delay Sets Stage For Massachusetts Open Document Battle
News  |  3/24/2006
The delay gives Microsoft time to challenge the Open Document Format in Massachusetts. By January, Microsoft is expected to have received approval from the ECMA standards body for Office 2007.
Spyware And Adware Continue To Plague PCs
Features  |  3/24/2006
More businesses deploy anti-spyware apps, while efforts to control the parasitic code are widening as watchdog groups employ new tactics and law enforcement cracks down on suspects.
GM Implements New Parts Inventory Management System
Features  |  3/24/2006
The availability of parts at dealerships, necessary for completing repairs in a day, is critical for keeping customers satisfied.
Problems Pile Up For Upcoming Vista, Office Upgrades
Commentary  |  3/23/2006
Problems continue to pile up for Microsoft as it tries to push out the latest versions of its major products: Windows and Office. Microsoft said earlier this week that it won't ship Windows Vista in time for the winter holiday season. Meanwhile, Office has its own problems. For years, users have complained that Office is too bloated; Microsoft is reacting to those complaints by piling on new features that
The Skinny From Bill Gates
Commentary  |  3/23/2006
Microsoft's desktop strategy is slated to take its next step forward later this year, with the release of Office 2007. Gates, now Microsoft's chairman and chief software architect, talked with our sister publication InformationWeek last week and held forth on an array of topics related to corporate data and information-sharing, including a server-based version of Excel, enterprise data search and corporate blogging.
Readers: Less Faith In Database Analytics?
Commentary  |  3/22/2006
A comparison of two Business Intelligence Pipeline polls indicates that readers have less confidence in database makers' ability to deliver built-in analytics than they did a year and a half ago.
IBM Gets Into Gaming, Animation
News  |  3/22/2006
IBM is helping three companies innovate in the gaming and animation industries.
Adware Pioneer To Exit Market, Sale Could Lead To Consolidation
News  |  3/22/2006
Claria's announcement that it will sell its adware business raises the possibility of rivals 180solutions and WhenU making a bid.
Workscape Promotes Enterprise Compensation Management
News  |  3/22/2006
New release brings more providers into pay for performance.
What Is Location Intelligence?
News  |  3/22/2006
Improve processes and performance through contextual information about location.
Dassault Intros Software For Future Animators, Engineers
News  |  3/22/2006
Cosmic Blobs Lab Pack, aimed at children ages seven to 14, lets kids create 3D characters and objects to animate and is being marketed to schools.
Making the Audit Pay
News  |  3/22/2006
Regulatory compliance effectiveness often brings operating efficiency.
Informatica Intensifies Focus on Data Integration
News  |  3/22/2006
New technology roadmap and data quality lead focus for Informatica.
Coming Soon: Your Next ERP System
News  |  3/22/2006
Companies face crucial choices in enterprise software, and not just enterprise applications.
RFID Pays Way, Opens Doors At Resort
News  |  3/22/2006
Guests at a resort in Niagara Falls will be given RFID wristbands to access rooms and pay for service during their stay.
March Madness Means Internet Madness
Commentary  |  3/22/2006
So who's watching March Madness basketball on their computers? Apparently millions. CBS SportsLine, which is offering games on-demand for free, said some 4 million visitors hit the site in the first four days. That resulted in more than 14 million live video streams being served up. It believes that's more than any live event in Internet history.
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