Web applications top the list of security problems for IT, study says.
Product is designed to help rearchitect complex systems using Dependency Structure Matrix technology.
An IBM expert describes how to adapt batch-processing operations when your infrastructure has become service oriented.
April 8 is the deadline for submissions.
Company rounds out virtualization management capabilities with a couple of new products.
New service enables "lifecycle development" of Web-based applications, providing a complete environment, company officials say.
Independent survey reveals gap between virtualization's importance and IT's confidence in managing it effectively.
Some say the benefits of reuse are exaggerated. Prove them wrong by implementing a plan of action.
CEO Ballmer described a company shift toward promoting open connections, data portability, standards and community engagement.
Product extends application performance monitoring to service-oriented architectures.
Most IT professionals have concerns about Windows Vista, a survey found, and many are considering using other operating systems rather than migrate to Microsoft's newest OS.
E-mails suggest that Microsoft execs had concerns about labeling plans for Vista versions.
IT pros voice complaints, and Redmond reschedules release date.
Survey shows security is an afterthought when live data is used in business application testing.
Yahoo's top coach in Agile practices describes the process, and how it speeds up Web application delivery.
Company launches development tool that facilitates collaboration on software bugs, checking code before it is compiled.
The company's latest reporting solution helps enterprises monitor large Web applications that need to scale.
Combined technologies will support server consolidation and build testing for developers.
Microsoft Update will automatically change settings next month for Office 2003.
Company unveiled its virtualization management beta, which aims to ease the task of IT administrators who track software changes across the enterprise.