10 Good Reasons You Can't Have That Data
The Justice Department has rejected a request to view a database of foreign lobbyists, saying the file is so big that copying it could cause the computer on which it resides to crash and irretrievably destroy data.
Mostly Modest Index Gains After Rate Hike
In case you've been living in a spider hole for the last several weeks, you expected the Fed to increase short-term interest rates a quarter-percent. Well, so did the markets.
FedEx Achieves Fusion
The goal is to install the next-generation business infrastructure and lay a technical foundation for business units to collectively compete.
Open Source, Proprietary Vendors Force Change On Each Other
This week finds open source and proprietary vendors making maneuvers in response to competitive threats they pose to each other. Mostly, these maneuvers involve Microsoft. Sun Microsystems said it plans to work with Microsoft to develop single sign-on technology for
networks. Then, the two companies will work together to unify Java and
SmartAdvice: Are Blogs The Next Internet Marketing Phenomenon?
Here are some factors to consider when your company ponders whether to blog or not, The Advisory Council says. Also, expand outsourcing's value by building ongoing relationships; and match your telecom requirements to your providers' products for savings and best performance.
Consumer Confidence Lifts All Markets
The Conference Board's consumer confidence index rose much more than expected in June, sending stocks higher as investors await Wednesday's Fed meeting.
Historic Hospital Aims To Go Paperless
Touro Infirmary, a 152-year-old teaching hospital in New Orleans, is adding an IBM z890 server to store and process clinical data and business records.
Ariba, FreeMarkets Merger Gets Stockholders' OK
The combined companies aim to provide sourcing tools and consulting services to automate processes, offering a global reach that gives customers access to more than 400 commodity and sourcing experts.
Sun Unveils Tiger, But It's Still A Youngster
Sun execs debuted the upcoming version 5.0 of Java 2 Standard Edition, known as Project Tiger, at the company's annual JavaOne Conference--though general release isn't expected before fall.
Justice Department Attacks Lawson's Stature As Software Player
Testifying for Oracle at its antitrust trial, Lawson CEO John Coughlan tried to show his company was more than a middle-market player, but was confronted with several cases in which its customers complained that the software vendor wasn't up to the job.