Some say the benefits of reuse are exaggerated. Prove them wrong by implementing a plan of action.
Experts described the state of governance, which isn't easy to do but it's really necessary for your SOA effort.
The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that Microsoft is facing another suitor for Yahoo: Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
A global enterprise virtualization survey released today confirms that virtualization is becoming stronger and stronger in the enterprise, with server virtualization leading the wave.
In a move that could help deliver single sign-on to the masses, Google, Microsoft, IBM, VeriSign and Yahoo have joined a consortium that backs a common federated identity specification.
A new survey quantifies the costs for poor requirements gathering. Companies should focus on process, rather than documentation, report argues.
Yahoo's top coach in Agile practices describes the process, and how it speeds up Web application delivery.
Microsoft recently unveiled a new site for developers to download and share Microsoft-related code samples.
The move seems to have come out of nowhere. What does it all mean?
A rumor is spreading across the Web that Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) may be scheduled to arrive on Feb. 15.
For the past 10 days, Sausalito, Calif.-based online document and storage hosting company Joyent struggled to get its online secure document collaboration service, Strongspace, back online.
Browser-based attacks, bot vector incursions, targeted phishing, mobile hacking and insider espionage rank as top five security menaces for 2008.
Green IT. Everyone wants it or is paying lip service about wanting it.
ChangeWave says Apple's Leopard operating system gets high marks from consumers, with Vista editions trailing the pack.
Microsoft Corp. said hackers have found a way to use some older versions of its Excel spreadsheet program to take over control of people's computers.
Microsoft today followed up on its earlier promise to start releasing the .NET framework library source code for .NET 3.5.
Sun Microsystems today said it will acquire MySQL, the leading supplier of open source database software, for $1 billion.
Microsoft this week has rolled out a turnkey solution that ties front-end CRM functions with back-end ERP and supply chain management systems.
European Union regulators investigating whether Microsoft is using monopoly powers to squeeze out competing Internet browsers and software rivals.