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The Critical Role of High-Tech R&D in the COVID-19 Era

Maintaining and increasing research and development (R&D) spending in the COVID-19 era is critical for high technology vendors to deliver new solutions and services, continue to innovate, and position their businesses to rebound from the negative effects of the global pandemic ...

ANALYSIS

Careless, Reckless Staff Are Corporate Security’s Biggest Threat

We have met the enemy and he is us ...

ANALYSIS

IBM, Lenovo Deal Is All About Winning

Lenovo Group's US$2.3 billion deal to purchase IBM's low-end, commodity x86 Server portfolios, related resources and operations is an all-around win for everyone involved ...

ANALYSIS

IBM Puts Its Faith in Watson

Pardon the pun, but there's nothing elementary about IBM's Watson Business Unit. IBM's Watson initiative takes cognitive computing to the head of the class ...

BEST OF ECT NEWS

Is Microsoft Myopic?

This story was originally published on Aug. 4, 2012, and is brought to you today as part of our Best of ECT News series. ...

ANALYSIS

Corporate Migration to Windows 8: A Long, Slow Slog

To say that Microsoft has a lot riding on its imminent Windows 8 launch is to have a magnificentgrasp of the obvious. By now, most of us have heard the reports that Microsoft will spend a whopping US$1.5 to $1.8billion in an all-out Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT Surface tablet marketing blitz. Microsoftdeclined to confirm the figure, saying it never comments on such matters. Just this week, however, thecompany did release two pertinent numbers: $39.99 and $499; that is the introductory list priceof Windows 8 and the retail price of the Windows 8 Surface Tablet, respectively...

OPINION

Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? – Part 2

Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? - Part 1 ...

OPINION

Is Microsoft Bottoming Out? – Part 1

It's been a busy summer for Microsoft and chief executive Steve Ballmer ...

OPINION

Beyond the Blame Game: Can Facebook Be Fixed?

The honeymoon is over for Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. In fact, it ended before it began ...

OPINION

NAD Finds Oracle’s Pants on Fire

It pays to advertise, right? Not necessarily, as Oracle found out when it tangled with IBM recently over advertisements in which Oracle claimed its servers were faster and much less expensive than IBM hardware. ...

OPINION

Oracle’s Downward Spiral

Let's be frank: The main reason Oracle's latest quarterly revenues nosedived was backlash from users fed up with two years of price hikes on products, technical support, maintenance and licensing contracts -- and not because of a correction in the overall server hardware market ...

OPINION

Security, Security, Security

It's time for corporations to wise up and use the latest, most effective weapons to safeguard and secure their data. ...

ANALYSIS

2011: The Year to Date, Part 3

2011: The Year to Date, Part 2 ...

ANALYSIS

2011: The Year to Date, Part 2

2011: The Year to Date, Part 1 ...

ANALYSIS

2011: The Year to Date, Part 1

It's hard to believe, but the first quarter of 2011 is now a memory and we're well into spring. The tone for the year in high technology was set in early January: fast, bold, aggressive action and sweeping management changes. ...

ANALYSIS

Microsoft Surprises With Stellar Server Security Marks

Don't look now, but Microsoft's Windows Server 2008 R2 tied with IBM's perennially bullet-proof AIX v7. Both were rated by corporate users as the most secure among 18 major server operating system distributions ...

OPINION

Apple to the Core: iPad 2 Is a Dominator

It's thinner. It's faster. It's here. It's... sold out ...

Everyone’s Playing the Patent Game – You Snooze, You Lose

Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla have a lot in common with Apple, Google, HTC, Motorola, and Research In Motion. They are all warriors in the ongoing war to see who can amass the largest number of the most lucrative technology patents. Edison and Tesla waged their battle from the late 1860s through the 1920s, and the stakes were just as high then as they are now. ...

OPINION

As Larry Rips Rivals, Oracle Products and Services Slip

Memo to Larry Ellison: The Roman Coliseum halted gladiator combats around 435 A.D. SAP has thrown in the towel and has no interest in continuing a court battle. HP executives are refusing to accept service on your subpoenas, and HP's newly named chief executive Leo Apotheker is lying low, presumably dodging your increasingly vituperative verbal assaults. You've got no takers for the bloody, bare knuckles brawl you crave. What does that tell you? ...

OPINION

Windows 7’s First Birthday, Microsoft’s Midlife Crisis

Windows 7 is now officially a year old. Since it was released October 22, 2009, Microsoft has sold more than 200 million copies of the operating system -- approximately seven copies per second. That makes it the fastest-selling operating system in Microsoft's -- or any vendor's -- history. Windows 7 sales could top 300 million within the next six to eight months.

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