Are we ready to add EMC to a list of comprehensive systems and platform vendors that now includes Dell, HP, IBM, and Oracle/Sun?
After a failed Documentum implementation that cost US taxpayers $3 million, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board's CIO has just resigned over the weekend.
Open source is increasingly keeping exceptional company.
Source code may not be useful to many people, but it is critical to system integrators like Optaros.
Google and Microsoft are opening up their data and source code, which is exactly what we'd expect from self-interested, profit-seeking corporations.
Software giant claims to be a technology innovator, but history suggests a different narrative. So let's take a closer look at the record.
Open source is a massive trend in computing, but not in business strategy. Not yet, anyway.
Sharepoint is a serious threat to enterprise IT, but most are sleeping while it gains ground. Here's ZDNet's take.
Big software companies are looking for money in the pockets of existing customers through software audits, which should give CIOs one more reason to buy open source.
People are agog that Microsoft has announced support for Open Document Format (ODF), but I'm not sure why. This was a foregone conclusion once Microsoft figured out how to move lock-in above the file level to the content network. In other words, to Shar