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Monthly Archives: January 2007
A national survey of Software Development managers showed an overwhelming number believe Linux is more secure than Windows. Asked to rate the security of server operating environments against operating system related hacks and exploits, Windows Server fared worst by far. … Continue reading
Great Vista Cartoon courtesy of The Joy of Tech. I love the punchline.
And now from the “gag me” department. Via Groklaw. Dan Bricklin is hosting a meeting on Monday from 9AM to noon sponsored by the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council on the Novell-Microsoft deal. Our expert panel will discuss this agreement and … Continue reading
Ed Burnette has an interesting blog piece about CISCO abandoning the iPhone trademeark by not using it. And there are other reports that CISCO may lose the trademark in Europe due to a technicality in the complicated trademark laws. It … Continue reading
Mark Chandler, CISCO’s SVP and General Counsel presents a lucid, rational explanation for the CISCO Lawsuit. …this is not a suit against Apple’s innovation, their modern design, or their cool phone. It is not a suit about money or royalties. … Continue reading
All I can say is WOW! I am sure the usual naysayers(read Apple Haters) will emerge with their “what’s so great about this? …too expensive… My cell phone has more memory/functions/…. how Windows Mobile is incrementally better at this or … Continue reading
Dana Gardner has a great take on how organizations can respond to the patent FUD threats by Microsoft. He is absolutely right. The best way to counter Microsoft is to use your purchasing clout.