Can Sun transform LG3D from corporate PostureWare into customer-friendly HappyWare – and in the process prevent it from becoming dusty, forgotten shelfware?
While the European Patent Office is hard at work issuing patents on such "innovative" new ideas as the Progress Bar and Payments by Credit Card, the EU has rejected some critical amendments to the Computer Implemented Inventions Directive - a major blow to advocates of free software.
How much of Sun’s much-vaunted Project Looking Glass is a serious attempt at defining a revolutionary new kind of desktop user interface, and how much is it simply a case of Sun wielding a new toy and saying "Look what we’ve got!"
Managing data across a highly diverse organization with operations around the globe is a challenge. With operations in more than 140 countries, and more than 112,000 employees, the Royal Dutch/Shell Group provides a good example of such large-scale data management.
It won’t be long before government regulators, tax authorities and market exchanges require enterprises to use eXensible Business Reporting Language for financial data.
Shipments of worldwide PDAs hit 3.4 million units in the first quarter of 2005, a 25 percent increase from the same period last year, according to Gartner.
Sending software development offshore is what everyone wants to do, but sometimes it's not the right way to go.
Although there are many products designed to help enterprises comply with fed regs, analysts warn that most are incomplete and do not do enough to reduce complexity.
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