Unisys updates servers with an ePortal engine that will allow mobile workers to access business data while benefiting from the scalability and security of mainframes.
On the CNET to the Rescue (formerly Real Deal) podcast, co-hosts Josh Lowensohn and Rafe Needleman try to solve the Mystery of the Palm Pre that Wouldn't Speak and answer questions about Macs.
On today's show, a perfectly innocent-sounding caller makes a terrifying suggestion, McAfee bricks a whole lot of computers all at once, including like 1,000 inside a hospital, and Dell (no, seriously, Dell) is apparently making some seriously drool-worthy phones. Rrrowwwrrr.
Some mistakenly claim IBM's patent claims against the open-source OpenHercules project make it a foe to open source everywhere, but the truth is very different.
When Dell first began talking about reinvention, the changes were largely incremental. However, today's Dell has indeed moved beyond its roots.
Critical business systems modernize slowly. If it isn't broken, it's rarely fixed.
Electric car maker Tesla, solar company Solyndra, and others have plans for public offerings. Is it too much too soon or will there be more start-up acquisitions?
Storage predictions for 2010 are everywhere. But here you'll find storage predictions for the following year.
Company is delivering a free software install wizard for the mainframe that works and actually allows mere IT mortals to install software on the mainframe.
This story mistakenly referred to the Sacramento State 8008 system as having a 9,600-baud modem.