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Vignette names new CEO February 14, 2006 Michael A. Aviles, ex-chief of Activant, steps into his new role at the software and IT services provider.
This week in world tech May 5, 2006 IT has changed the world, but for those gathered for the 2006 World Congress on Information Technology, there are some places where IT has yet to make an impact.
Ballmer: IBM in the crosshairs March 17, 2006 Selling to CEOs with a different "point of view" will translate to revenue growth, the Microsoft head says.
Companies told to step up on security February 6, 2007 Businesses must provide a secure environment for their customers and partners, Symantec CEO John Thompson tells RSA crowd. Photo: Thompson at RSA
How can IT save the world? May 4, 2006 Thousands of delegates mull how to bring technology to the world's people while preserving their privacy and keeping them healthy. Photos: Changing the world
The rise and fall of IT August 23, 2006 Forrester CEO George Colony says a simple change would convey the fact that business is technology and technology is business.
Tech vets making leap to green tech May 29, 2007 Clean-tech companies are hiring IT veterans as they look to bring Silicon Valley-style entrepreneurship to slow-moving industries.
Ballmer: Microsoft is thinking green March 5, 2008 At the CeBit technology show in Hannover, the chief executive says the software giant is focusing on lowering energy consumption.
Microsoft trading on new Exchange November 30, 2006 The company hopes the server software will help it move into unified messaging, where voice mail, e-mail and fax come together.
Web 2.0 meets the enterprise April 28, 2006 Eager for fresh ideas, the stodgy world of enterprise software is adopting technology and marketing from the consumer Web.
Tough times for tech October 17, 2008 Here's a roundup of the latest financial news and its impact on the tech sector.
UCSF nurses test tablet PCs February 21, 2007 Intel and Motion Computing show off the C5 tablet PC, a digital assistant for overworked health care professionals.Photos: Intel checks into the hospital
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