IT executives questioning viability of large vendors, not just start-ups
Stories by Lee Copeland
"At the last minute, someone always snatches it from the pit of fire"
The ongoing economic slump is prompting businesses to devote IT resources to projects aimed at keeping downsized enterprises humming in the face of across-the-board staff and budget cuts.
Borland Software Corp. today announced that it's gearing up for the release of a new collaborative, Web-based software tool.
For National City, a bank with more than 1,500 corporate and retail chains, data conversion concerns didn’t go away with year 2000.
First Amendment comes into play for US content
Beating the drum for its new Web development initiative, Microsoft Corp. made the first public beta of its .Net Framework and Visual Studio.Net tool set available to developers at Comdex/Fall 2000 this week.
Injunction bans site and any similar venture
An estimated 25% of 6.3 million reported crashes each year involve some form of driver distraction, such as cellular phone use.
BMW, Ford, Toyota, and Volkswagen have initiatives underway to use Windows CE and Java within the next few years.
Earlier this week, Sun Microsystems introduced a new licensing and royalty plan for its Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.3 specification aimed at eliminating some of the public squabbling that has erupted in the past over fees.
Car maker loses legal battle to operate Web-based business.
Giving developers a small taste of its .Net framework, Microsoft has posted an early technology preview of the new code on the Web.
In a bid to keep pace with third-party online car brokers, General Motors in Detroit yesterday launched a joint venture with participating dealers to offer vehicle sales, pricing and competitive information online.
Even big companies unsure of how to make evaluations