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Oracle gets a chance to rewrite software law

By arguing that programming interfaces called APIs can be copyrighted, Oracle could trigger new legal burdens for technology companies -- such as those building cloud-computing platforms.

By May 7, 2012

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Big IT vendors missing the boat with cloud developers

As cloud adoption continues at an alarming rate, big IT vendors aren't sending the right messages to developers.

By December 3, 2011

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Bringing shared computing to the enterprise

NComputing has made a mark in education and emerging markets by enabling multiple people to share a single PC or server. It's now set its sights on U.S. businesses.

By September 27, 2010

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My (fake) interview with Michael Cote of RedMonk

It would be great if I could just write fiction all day long and not bother with having a real job or writing a blog.

By April 2, 2008

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Can Google lead CIOs to the Linux desktop?

Google is moving its employees to Mac and Linux, but its influence on CIOs is more likely to be felt with Chrome and Android.

By June 2, 2010

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VMware and Red Hat: The war for the data center

The two companies used to be the best of friends, but the need to control the data center increasingly puts them at odds.

By May 6, 2010

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The upside to Apple's control freakishness

Apple and Google bring diverse, opposing strengths to their battle for the mobile Web.

By May 5, 2010

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Apache Cassandra gets boost from Riptano (Q&A)

A new company has launched to support the popular Cassandra open-source database. In this Q&A with Riptano founder Matt Pfeil, we learn why Cassandra makes sense in the new way of Web architecture.

By May 2, 2010

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Apple channels Google, Microsoft to attract developers

Apple wants to convince developers that it is a paragon of openness to attract developers, but it will need more persuasive arguments to beat Android.

By April 23, 2010

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The changing face of private cloud

Private-cloud vendors should start thinking less about technology and more about how to apply their solutions to real business problems.

By April 7, 2010