After conquering the search world, Google is now pushing hard to be a major provider of business software, tackling longtime dominator Microsoft over productivity and collaboration apps. But does this company, most famous for free consumer-oriented offerings like search and basic apps, have what it takes to be taken seriously by business? Can you really rely on Google Apps?
Stories by Robert L. Scheier
Today's electronic world is a risky place for your personal data -- and it's not getting any safer. More than 158 million data records of U.S. residents have been exposed as a result of security breaches since January 2005, according to The Privacy Rights Clearing House, a nonprofit consumer rights organization.
When Paul Scheib at Boston’s Children’s Hospital goes shopping for PCs, his choice is more often a desktop than a notebook.
Combine open-source software, distributed storage running on low-cost hardware and the World Wide Web, and what do you get? Storage for as little as 15c per gigabyte per month, and another 10-20c for each gigabyte users upload or download.
Fix it with a text editor, says Starr
Development company wins temporary restraining order