eWEEK Podcasts

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2006-06-02 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
eWEEK, the Enterprise Newsweekly, brings you a weekly roundup of the top stories from its latest issue. Hosted by Executive Editor Stan Gibson, the eWEEK Podcast also includes reports from eWEEK editors, a product review from eWEEK Labs, commentary from columnists including Technology Editor Peter Coffee, and the latest musings from our own Spencer F. Katt. eWEEK Podcast show notes:
eWEEK Podcast
June 2, 2006
Duration: 5:58

With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast: Testers are kicking the tires on Vista/Longhorn Server/Office; Microsofts subscription security service, OneCare, finally ships; Ballmer takes his spending case to Wall Street; Adobe to sue Microsoft?
    eWEEK Podcast
    June 2, 2006
    Duration: 2:28

    With Stan Gibson eWEEK UpFront
  • In this special eWEEK Podcast, Stan Gibson reports from Russia and finds that in their drive to become the "next India" of outsourcing, Russian software companies must come to terms with their place in the world. eWEEK Podcast
    June 1, 2006
    Duration: 10:01

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • This week on InfraSpectrum: Peter Coffee talks with Plantronics vice president Chuck Yort about integrating Bluetooth connectivity and voice-over-IP service into presence-aware systems for more effective road-warrior communications. eWEEK Podcast
    June 1, 2006
    Duration: 10:47

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • Is the Linux market ready to handle another distribution? In this Cyber Cynic podcast, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols says that if its Mark Shuttleworths Ubuntu, then the answer is yes. eWEEK Podcast
    June 1, 2006
    Duration: 7:43

    With Cameron Sturdevant and Andrew Garcia OnSecurity
  • In this OnSecurity Podcast, eWEEK Labs West Coast Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant and Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia discuss data loss prevention technologies, such as Vontu 6.0, designed to help keep electronic data in authorized hands. eWEEK Podcast
    June 1, 2006
    Duration: 13:27

    With Jim Rapoza and Jason Brooks TestRun
  • In this TestRun podcast, eWEEK Labs Director Jim Rapoza talks with Senior Analyst Jason Brooks about the latest version of OpenSUSE, version 10.1, which is now available. eWEEK Podcast
    May 26, 2006
    Duration: 7:49

    With Mary Jo Foley eWEEK News
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast: A recap of the WinHEC conference, and thoughts on how Microsoft plans to get beta products to 2 million testers and keep the servers up. eWEEK Podcast
    May 26, 2006
    Duration: 9:01

    With Jim Rapoza, Jason Brooks, Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the eWEEK Podcast this week, Microsoft holds beta-palooza, rolling out Vista, Office and Longhorn Server betas; HP polishes up HP-UX; DHS questions RFID security; Intel speeds up chip design schedules. eWEEK Podcast
    May 25, 2006
    Duration: 9:02

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • Reducing enterprise risk, both with open-source code and with multivendor interoperability efforts, was a core theme at this years JavaOne conference: Peter Coffee reports on his JavaOne observations and shares a conversation with Java creator James Gosling. eWEEK Podcast
    May 24, 2006
    Duration: 14:05

    With Jim Rapoza, Jason Brooks and Michael Caton TestRun
  • In this TestRun podcast, eWEEK Labs Director Jim Rapoza moderates a discussion with eWEEK Labs analysts Jason Brooks and Michael Caton on this weeks "beta bonanza" from Microsoft. eWEEK Podcast
    May 23, 2006
    Duration: 3:45

    With Stan Gibson UpFront
  • This week in UpFront, Stan Gibson talks with eWEEK Corporate Partners Randy Dugger and Tom Miller about the recent data theft from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and what IT managers can do to stop such thefts before they happen. eWEEK Podcast
    May 23, 2006
    Duration: 12:11

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • The Cyber Cynic says Novells last free, community Linux, OpenSUSE 10.1 is a real winner. It has great applications, a great 3-D desktop, and ... a great big pain of an update and patching problem. eWEEK Podcast
    May 23, 2006
    Duration: 13:20

    With Ryan Naraine OnSecurity
  • eWEEK Senior Writer Ryan Naraine talks to anti-spyware activist Ben Edelman about the evolution of the spyware scourge and his research work around spyware-powered click fraud. eWEEK Podcast
    May 19, 2006
    Duration: 11:56

    With Stan Gibson, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In eWEEK Podcast news this week, beta testers await latest Vista build, but worry about hardware requirements; Sun steps closer to open source Java at JavaOne; more executive departures at CA; SAP rolls out latest MySAP suite. eWEEK Podcast
    May 19, 2006
    Duration: 6:21

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Microsoft Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast: Looking ahead to WinHEC; SharePoint and Enterprise Search; Microsofts hot buttons for CEOs and other IT folk. eWEEK Podcast
    May 18, 2006
    Duration: 4:46

    With Anne Chen and Jason Brooks TestRun
  • Senior Writer Anne Chen and Senior Analyst Jason Brooks discuss the latest Treo handset, the 700p, which now offers choice of operating systems with Windows and Palm OS. eWEEK Podcast
    May 18, 2006
    Duration: 10:36

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • Getting the complexity of enterprise Java back into better balance with capability was a major focus of JavaOne 2006 in San Francisco, but Sun isnt the only big player thats placing bets on that proposition. eWEEK Podcast
    May 16, 2006
    Duration: 10:31

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • As Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols predicted, someone has come up with a way to get Microsoft Office to read and write the open-standard Open Document Format. Would you believe a Microsoft lapdog organization is whining about how unfair this is to Microsoft? eWEEK Podcast
    May 15, 2006
    Duration: 5:33

    With Cameron Sturdevant and Andrew Garcia OnSecurity
  • West Coast Labs Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant and Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia discuss network admission control test strategies and latest news. eWEEK Podcast
    May 12, 2006
    Duration: 13:39

    With Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee, Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the eWeek Podcast this week, Dell taps "secret" channel; JavaOne spotlight on open source; SAP convenes SAPPIHRE; "Big Daddy" kicks around Google searches. eWEEK Podcast
    May 12, 2006
    Duration: 5:06

    Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Microsoft Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast: Microsoft releases new betas across the board. Gates rolls out a "Live Anywhere" service. Coming up, its all SharePoint, all the time. Possible new broadscale beta of Windows Media Player 11. Microsoft to host 100 CEOs at its annual CEO Summit. eWEEK Podcast
    May 12, 2006
    Duration: 15:21

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • Peter Coffee examines a plug-compatible alternative to Microsoft Exchange, hosted on Linux and working with standards-based management and collaboration tools, that is the proposition offered by PostPath, which emerged on May 9 from stealth mode after two years of development. eWEEK Podcast
    May 10, 2006
    Duration: 4:11

    With Michael Caton TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Michael Caton delves into a couple of content management systems, Sant Suite On-Demand 7.2 and Sales Asset Manager 5.0. eWEEK Podcast
    May 8, 2006
    Duration: 13:25

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • Can you have open-source goodness and proprietary software in one Linux distribution? Linspire says yes, but Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols and others are not so sure. eWEEK Podcast
    May 5, 2006
    Duration: 9:10

    With Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the news this week, the return of thin client computing; are businesses prepared for an avian flu outbreak; Microsoft builds an ad center; and the 802.11n working group draft standard doesnt pass. In Labs, the latest thin-client computing products. In commentary, Peter Coffee says its silly to think of any operating system as virus-proof. Spencer F. Katt takes a look into his archives. eWEEK Podcast
    May 4, 2006
    Duration: 18:01

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • On this weeks InfraSpectrum, Peter Coffee talks with Primavera Systems about enterprise applications of project management and workflow tools—not just on construction sites and factory floors, but also in assuring timely availability of trained staff and other long-lead resources for both internal and external service roles. eWEEK Podcast
    May 3, 2006
    Duration: 5:37

    With Jim Rapoza and Cameron Sturdevant TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs West Coast Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant is at the Interop show in Las Vegas this week and gives Labs Director Jim Rapoza the lowdown on the 20-year-old networking show. eWEEK Podcast
    May 1, 2006
    Duration: 8:33

    With Ryan Naraine OnSecurity
  • In this OnSecurity podcast, Ryan Naraine interviews independent security researcher Matthew Murphy about the trials and tribulations of reporting security vulnerabilities to Microsoft and the software makers controversial policy of silently fixing, and not disclosing, important flaw fixes. eWEEK Podcast
    April 28, 2006
    Duration: 5:05

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Microsoft Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast, Microsoft Watch Editor Mary Jo Foley looks at Microsofts systems management name games and the updated Windows Mobile roadmap. In the week ahead, she previews the MSN Strategic Account Summit and gives an update on the Microsoft-SAP "Mendocino" project. eWEEK Podcast
    April 28, 2006
    Duration: 19:54

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • In this InfraSpectrum podcast, Peter Coffee examines infrastructure management on the move, discussing enterprise applications of telematics technologies based on new research from Accenture, and explores asset management and real-time decision support tools in conversations with tech leaders at SFW and Kinesix. eWEEK Podcast
    April 28, 2006
    Duration: 13:28

    With Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the news this week, a changing of the guard at Sun Microsystems; new CEO Jonathan Schwartzs first challenge: Java; Congress delivers a blow to Net neutrality; Juniper plots a new strategy and Oracle updates users on Fusion. In Labs, the latest in 802.11n products. In commentary, Peter Coffee says Windows Vista gives users a choice between confusing, distracting security, or less security. Spencer F. Katt opines on Steve Ballmers European vacation. eWEEK Podcast
    April 24, 2006
    Duration: 7:08

    With Andrew Garcia and Cameron Sturdevant TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia talks with West Coast Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant about the 802.11n draft wireless technology, test methodologies, and what the technology means for IT managers. eWEEK Podcast
    April 24, 2006
    Duration: 5:22

    With Andrew Garcia and Cameron Sturdevant OnSecurity
  • In his review of Configuresofts Enterprise Configuration Manager 4.8, Cameron Sturdevant found that the applications multiple management functions and comprehensive reporting tools made security an integral part of network management. eWEEK Podcast
    April 21, 2006
    Duration: 5:56

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch Microsoft Week Ahead/Week in Review podcast, Microsoft Watch Editor Mary Jo Foley has her eye out for the latest Vista build; new patches to fix the previous patch release; SQL Server SP1; and is looking ahead to the Microsoft Management Summit in San Diego and Microsofts next court date with the EU in Brussels. eWEEK Podcast
    April 21, 2006
    Duration: 12:19

    With Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the news this week, Lenovo turns 1; Microsoft called on carpet for "secret" security patches; a new Vista build is readied, and the government gets into the rootkit business. In Labs, how Gnome and KDE compare. In commentary, Peter Coffee says the real mission impossible is figuring out digital rights management, and Spencer F. Katt ponders life at Sun without Scott McNealy. eWEEK Podcast
    April 21, 2006
    Duration: 8:06

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • "Hi, my name is Oracle and Ill be your Linux company today." In this Cyber Cynic podcast, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols asks, will Oracle really try to become a Linux power? eWEEK Podcast
    April 20, 2006
    Duration: 17:33

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • In this weeks InfraSpectrum podcast, Peter Coffee looks at the challenge of keeping the infrastructure trains running on time in conversations with Dan McCall, COO of application management technology provider AppWorx Corp., and with senior software engineer Brent Iverson about his use of the AppWorx product in government operations in British Columbia. eWEEK Podcast
    April 19, 2006
    Duration: 8:25

    With Jason Brooks and Cameron Sturdevant TestRun
  • In his look at Gnome 2.14, Jason Brooks holds forth on new search capabilities and gives high marks to the Beagle application, while the conversation ranges into a compare and contrast with another popular Linux desktop, KDE. eWEEK Podcast
    April 17, 2006
    Duration: 8:32

    With Ryan Naraine OnSecurity
  • The Web crime wave is showing no signs of slowing down. In Ryan Naraines OnSecurity podcast interview with anti-virus pioneer Roger Thompson of Exploit Prevention Labs, Thompson discusses how zeroday exploits are getting more common, with crime syndicates in ex-Soviet countries leading the way; while rootkits are becoming the most prevalent intrusion into users machines. What is to be done? Short of outlawing spyware, users and IT managers must be diligent in keeping systems up to date. eWEEK Podcast
    April 14, 2006
    Duration: 9:59

    With Stan Gibson, Jason Brooks and Peter Coffee eWEEK News
  • In the news this week, Red Hat acquires JBoss; mini-tower desktop computers are on the way out; TIAA-CREF officials say they have fixed their IT problems; and HIPAA compliance gets examined in the latest eWeek Roadmap. In Labs, Jason Brooks recommends Fedora Core 5 in the enterprise. Peter Coffee says Googles online calendar application might be its best move yet, and Spencer F. Katt turns to Elvis comparisons again--this time its Bill Gates. eWEEK Podcast
    April 14, 2006
    Duration: 11:10

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • Red Hat, the worlds largest Linux company is trying to grow into one of the worlds largest software companies while at the same time keeping a grip on its Linux assets, says Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols in this edition of the Cyber Cynic podcast. eWEEK Podcast #69
    April 13, 2006

    With Peter Coffee eWEEK InfraSpectrum
  • Data Mining and the Tax Man In this InfraSpectrum, Peter Coffee looks at data mining—now widely used to target tax audits—with an eye toward the enterprise applications of these techniques, in a conversation with public sector technical director Bill Haffey of SPSS. eWEEK Podcast #68
    April 12, 2006

    With Jason Brooks and Anne Chen eWEEK Labs
  • eWEEK Labs Senior Analyst Jason Brooks and eWEEK Labs Senior Writer Anne Chen discuss Fedora Core 5 and whether the open-source operating system is a viable contender on corporate desktops. eWEEK Podcast #67
    April 10, 2006

    With Jim Rapoza and Jason Brooks TestRun
  • In this special eWEEK Labs TestRun, eWEEK Labs Director Jim Rapoza and Senior Analyst Jason Brooks, fresh off of Labs tests of JBoss and Red Hat products, discuss the acquisition of JBoss by Red Hat and the effect this will have on customers and the two companies products. eWEEK Podcast #66
    April 10, 2006

    With Andrew Garcia and Cameron Sturdevant OnSecurity
  • In this OnSecurity Podcast, eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia and West Coast Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant discuss third-party patches and fixing Microsoft IE vulnerabilities. eWEEK Podcast #65
    April 10, 2006

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Week Ahead, Week in Review
  • Microsoft Watch Editor Mary Jo Foley talks up this weeks Patch Tuesday and Longhorn Design Review, as well as revisiting last weeks big Windows-on-Mac and SQL Server Everywhere news. eWEEK Podcast #64
    April 7, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Anne Chen, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • In the news this week, XP takes a bite out of the Mac; common interfaces between Gnome and KDI Linux desktop environments are being developed; the return of the Web mob leads to a new increase in organized computer crime; globalization is no longer an option: all companies must embrace it. Anne Chen reviews dual-core laptops. Peter Coffee wonders if Windows on the Mac makes it just another PC. Spencer finds some strange similarities between Elvis and Linus. eWEEK Podcast #63
    April 7, 2006

    With Stan Gibson UpFront
  • Stan Gibson returns from the Gartner outsourcing conference with lessons for corporate IT managers. Gone are the days when there are clear choices between onshore sourcing or offshore. Now its just one: Global sourcing. eWEEK Podcast #62
    April 7, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Peter Coffee, David Morgenstern, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols, Jason Brooks and Eric Lundquist eWEEK Roundtable: Boot Camp
  • The release last week of Apples Boot Camp software, which will enable Mac users to run Windows XP on their Intel-based Macs, has sent shock waves through all parts of the computing industry. Our team of experts looks at the issue from all sides and determines that in many ways, the beauty of Windows on the Mac is in the eye of the beholder. eWEEK Podcast #61
    April 6, 2006

    With Michael Caton and Jim Rapoza TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Michael Caton discusses open-source portal products with Labs Director Jim Rapoza, who recently reviewed new portals from Apache and JBoss. eWEEK Podcast #60
    April 6, 2006

    With Peter Coffee eWEEK InfraSpectrum
  • This weeks InfraSpectrum looks at the displacement of conventional PC and server deployment by on-demand PC provisioning and server virtualization, with comments from tech leaders at Ardence, Virtual Iron, and Gigaspaces talking with Peter Coffee about the tipovers that they see taking place. eWEEK Podcast #59
    March 31, 2006

    With Mary Jo Foley and Don Sears Microsoft Week Ahead, Week in Review
  • Microsoft Watch editor Mary Jo Foley looks back at Business Mashup news from Microsofts Convergence conference; in light of the continuing fight with the EU, she poses the question: where else is Microsoft bundling products? Looking ahead, Microsofts Bill Hilf will be a keynote speaker at LinuxWorld; at CTIA Wireless, look for news on Vistas mobile features, and the company will be rolling out products at Storage Networking World. eWEEK Podcast #58
    March 31, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt eWEEK News
  • Red Hat and Novell bake virtualization into Linux platforms; Microsoft fights EU fines, makes storage push with release of Windows Storage Server 2003 R2; Navy re-enlists EDS for Navy Marine Corps Intranet project. In Labs, Jim Rapoza, discusses the eWEEK Excellence Awards finalists. Peter Coffee argues that Apples biggest achievement over the past 30 years has been in its ability to keep its customers in love with its products; Spencer F. Katt thinks a new patent will severely cramp his channel-surfing style. eWEEK Podcast #57
    March 31, 2006

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols CyberCynic
  • Now that the touchy subject of open-sourcing Java has re-emerged, Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols asks, will the now more open-source friendly Sun finally open the doors to the popular programming language? If history is any guide, Sun probably wont, but it should. eWEEK Podcast #56
    March 30, 2006

    With Peter Coffee eWEEK InfraSpectrum
  • Peter Coffee talks with IBM Rational product development vice president Lee Nackman and Sun Microsystems tools development manager Robin Smith about governance in the development process, and the role of tool and platform improvements in aligning IT with the organization. eWEEK Podcast #55
    March 28, 2006

    With Anne Chen and Henry Baltazar TestRun
  • Chen and Baltazar discuss their latest reviews on storage power and MAID (massive array of idle disks) and what it means for storage managers—and for disk drives. eWEEK Podcast #54
    March 24, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Michael Caton, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Microsoft reorganizes and Vista and Office are delayed
  • Novell preps new products
  • Direct current makes a comeback eWEEK Labs
  • Michael Caton looks back at 10 years of the Palm. Commentary
  • Peter Coffee muses on the Wikipedia, accurate information and business intelligence. Spencer F. Katt
  • Will Spencer F. Katt make like Indiana Jones and rescue a princess in peril? eWEEK Podcast #53
    March 24, 2006

    With Peter Coffee, Mary Jo Foley, Jason Brooks, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols and Don Sears. eWEEK Podcast Roundtable
  • To say it was a big news week for Microsoft would be an understatement. Listen to the latest roundtable podcast from Mary Jo Foley, Peter Coffee, Jason Brooks, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols and Don Sears as they discuss in detail the impact of the Vista and Office delays on the Windows community, developers and enterprise buyers, and what it all means for Linux. eWEEK Podcast #52
    March 23, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Stan Gibson UpFront
  • Stan Gibson interviews Eric Lundquist about potential problems with RFID. Eric says that you should never assume that your RFID system is secure because RFID malware, worms and viruses may be right around the corner. eWEEK Podcast #51
    March 23, 2006

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • This week on InfraSpectrum: Peter Coffee looks at the March 22 opening of credit card computing on the Sun Grid, and talks with Sun President Jonathan Schwartz about what it takes to turn that idea into the reality of Suns new network.com. eWEEK Podcast #50
    March 22, 2006

    With Cameron Sturdevant and Andrew Garcia eWEEK Labs TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant and eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia discuss Garcias review of Desktop Standards PolicyMaker Application Security 2.5 as well as the general effectiveness of group policy procedures when it comes to locking down employee systems and preventing viruses and spyware. eWEEK Podcast #49
    March 17, 2006

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • Microsoft Watch Editor Mary Jo Foley looks ahead to next weeks Microsoft Mix 06 conference, and back at the Microsoft news of the past week, including Microsofts $500 million anti-IBM marketing campaign; its move toward phasing out traditional betas; and its accidental posting of the Windows Vista launch date. eWEEK Podcast #48
    March 17, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Oracle eyes subscription model
  • Lenovo cuts 1,000 workers, restructures
  • EclipseCon developers will focus on collaboration, life-cycle management
  • CryZip trojan demands ransom
  • HP, Procter and Gamble get outsourcing relationship right eWEEK Labs
  • Jason Brooks explains his RFP on virtualization Commentary
  • Peter Coffee says that the CryZip trojan isnt exactly new, so why are we still unprepared? Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer F. Katt counts down the reasons you should try Amazons storage service. eWEEK Podcast #47
    March 17, 2006

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • Mandriva Wars: Its sad that the popular French-based Linux distributor has erupted into infighting with its community and one of its founders, Gael Duval, fighting with the company over his firing. Unfortunately, its just the way of businesses as they grow from being technology-first companies to being business-first companies. eWEEK Podcast #46
    March 17, 2006

    With Stan Gibson and SAS CEO James Goodnight eWEEK Interview
  • SAS Institute has been busy, with a new acquisition and an upcoming user conference. eWEEKs Stan Gibson sat down with CEO James Goodnight to discuss these and other happenings. eWEEK Podcast #45
    March 16, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Microsofts Bill Mitchell UpFront
  • Bill Mitchell is the man at Microsoft in charge of taking Origami from a cool idea to a big product. But what were the origins of the product, whom is the product for and what is the next step in the evolution? Eric Lundquist, editorial director of eWEEK, and PC Magazines John Dvorak put the tough questions to Mitchell from the recent CeBIT conference. eWEEK Podcast #44
    March 16, 2006

    With Peter Coffee InfraSpectrum
  • Peter Coffee looks back at the OReilly Emerging Technology Conference in San Diego with conversations about new services and new tools, and looks forward at the implications of the "Writable Web." eWEEK Podcast #43
    March 15, 2006

    Steve Bryant reports from SXSW
  • Steve Bryant attended the SXSW Interactive Festival in Austin, Texas, where he found a profession in transition. Web design entrepreneurship and community involvement is great, but where is it all leading us, and why is Dave Winer giving up blogging? eWEEK Podcast #42
    March 15, 2006

    With Peter Coffee and Jim Rapoza eWEEK Labs TestRun
  • eWEEK Technology Editor Peter Coffee discusses the latest advances in Web application penetration testing with eWEEK Labs Director Jim Rapoza, looking at Jims recent reviews of SPI Dynamics WebInspect and Watchfires AppScan. eWEEK Podcast #41
    March 10, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Eric Lundquist, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Origami rollout is the talk of CeBIT
  • Is ATT creating a new duopoly?
  • A kinder, gentler IBM welcomes partners at PartnerWorld this week eWEEK Labs
  • Jim Rapoza reviews two Web application security solutions Commentary
  • Peter Coffee notes that Intel is positioning itself as a higher-level source of reference designs and foundation products that make computing and information resources more convenient in everyday lives. Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer F. Katt has his top five reasons why you can trust Googles new "infinite" online storage service. eWEEK Podcast #40
    March 10, 2006

    With Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols Cyber Cynic
  • In this weeks Cyber Cynic, Vaughan-Nichols discusses Dells Linux distribution strategy in light of his recent interview with CEO Michael Dell. eWEEK Podcast #39
    March 10, 2006

    With Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • Last week, Origami Ultra Mobile prototypes released; Microsoft acknowledges new "Live" Web service applications; 5,000th patent celebrated. This week, new Software Assurance offerings; small business summitt convenes; Team Foundation Server to be launched at SD West conference. eWEEK Podcast #38
    March 9, 2006

    With Peter Coffee eWEEK InfraSpectrum
  • This week on InfraSpectrum: Storage hardware and file system strengths may determine total throughput of high-performance systems, with an interview with storage guru Anne Vincenti of Linux Networx. Also, porting of code to Apples new Intel-based platform elicits software engineering insights from Theodore Gray of Wolfram Research, with Peters concluding comments on putting balance and discipline into infrastructure design. eWEEK Podcast #37
    March 9, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Brad Graff eWEEK Interview: Brad Graff, director of marketing for the Ultramobile PC for Intel
  • Brad Graff, director of marketing for the Ultramobile PC for Intel, talks with eWEEK Editorial Director Eric Lundquist and answers the question, Just what is an ultramobile PC? eWEEK Podcast #36
    March 8, 2006

    With Scot Petersen and Matt Medeiros eWEEK Interview: Matt Medeiros, CEO of SonicWall
  • In this special eWEEK Interview podcast, eWEEK Editor Scot Petersen talks with Matt Medeiros, president and CEO of security company SonicWall, about SonicWalls unified threat management and continuous data protection products. eWEEK Podcast #35
    March 8, 2006

    With Andrew Garcia and Jason Brooks eWEEK Labs TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia discusses Microsofts latest Vista technology preview with eWEEK Labs Senior Analyst Jason Brooks, focusing on some of the new user privilege security features and the expected hardware requirements for Vista. eWEEK Podcast #34
    March 6, 2006

    With Microsoft Watch editor Mary Jo Foley Microsoft Watch
  • In this weeks Microsoft Watch, Microsoft announces six new Windows Vista SKUs; unveils Windows Live services; Longhorn server test build released; new projects shown at TechFest Research event. Looking ahead, Microsoft expected to launch Origami; Ray Ozzie will be speaking at the OReilly emerging tech conference on RSS extensions. eWEEK Podcast #33
    March 3, 2006

    With Ziff Davis Internet Linux & Open Source editor Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols eWEEK Podcast Cyber Cynic
  • Vaughan-Nichols wonders why, now that Dell is shipping Linux PCs, the company isnt more excited about it. eWEEK Podcast #32
    March 3, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Itanium gets new life
  • Intel and AMD tackle datacenter power and cooling issues
  • RFID World, the technology improves, but users still see slow adoption
  • The Microsoft Longhorn server build is released eWEEK Labs
  • Jason Brooks looks at the latest Vista release Commentary
  • Peter Coffee thinks that enterprise CTOs need to get serious about their relationship with the government Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer F. Katt ponders patents and pesky OnStar operators eWEEK Podcast #31
    March 2, 2006

    With Peter Coffee eWEEK InfraSpectrum
  • InfraSpectrum with Peter Coffee is eWEEKs full spectrum scan of developments in enterprise infrastructure, technology, practice and governance. In this weeks podcast, vendors seeking to offer comprehensive RFID middleware platforms should expect hard questions from enterprise buyers about the growth path of the technology; application development tools: out of sight, out of mind? An interview with Mike Milinkovich, executive director of the Eclipse Foundation. eWEEK Podcast #30
    March 2, 2006

    With Paul Roberts and Eric Sites, Sunbelt Software OnSecurity with Paul Roberts
  • In this debut OnSecurity podcast, eWEEK Senior Writer Paul Roberts talks with Eric Sites, vice president of research and development for Sunbelt Software, about the malicious hacker program CoolWebSearch, and what IT managers and users can do about it. eWEEK Podcast #29
    March 1, 2006

    eWeek Labs TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Director Jim Rapoza discusses PleaseReview collaboration software with eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Michael Caton, and Henry Baltazar and Anne Chen discuss the Labs new RFP feature. eWEEK Podcast #28
    March 1, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Matthew Marolda eWEEK Podcast Special: UpFront with Eric Lundquist
  • In this weeks UpFront, Eric Lundquist talks with StratBridge CEO and founder Matthew Marolda, who has found an interesting new niche for his statistical visualization software firm: Helping professional sports teams manage their seating and ticket inventory. StratBridge is giving teams like the Boston Celtics a whole new view on their business. eWEEK Podcast #27
    Feb. 24, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Anne Chen, Henry Baltazar, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Mark Hurd has HP back on track
  • RFID World kicks off
  • Gigamon releases matrix switch on steroids
  • India heading toward version 2.0 eWEEK Labs
  • Anne Chen and Henry Baltazar discuss eWEEKs new RFP feature. First up: blade servers Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: Sound decision-making requires the proper measurement tools Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencers top five reasons Sanjay Kumar switched to Linux eWEEK Podcast #26
    Feb. 21, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Stan Gibson eWEEK Podcast Special: UpFront with Eric Lundquist
  • In his first UpFront weekly Podcast, eWeek Editorial Director Eric Lundquist interviews eWeek Executive Editor Stan Gibson about his recent weeklong trip to India. Lundquist and Gibson discuss innovation and how India can keep its IT growth engine humming along. eWEEK Podcast #25
    Feb. 17, 2006

    With Stan Gibson eWEEK Podcast Special: Report from India
  • In his fourth Podcast report from Mumbai, Stan Gibson explains how Indias IT industry is striving to bridge the countrys "digital divide." eWEEK Podcast #24
    Feb. 17, 2006

    With Stan Gibson eWEEK Podcast Special: Report from India
  • In his third report from the Nasscom conference in Mumbai, Stan Gibson finds many tales of cost savings derived from outsourcing to India. eWEEK Podcast #23
    Feb. 17, 2006

    With Colleen Heckman, Scot Petersen, Ryan Naraine, Paul Roberts, Anne Chen, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Microsoft preps next preview of Vista
  • RSA Conference highlights authentication
  • Oracle stays on buying binge
  • NATO rides RFID in the latest eWeek Roadmap eWEEK Labs
  • Anne Chen and Jason Brooks discuss VMware Workstation 5.5 Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: The music business has lost touch with its customers Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer finds out that there is indeed an iPod at the mall eWEEK Podcast #22
    Feb. 15, 2006

    With Stan Gibson eWEEK Podcast Special: Report from India
  • In his second Podcast report from India, Stan Gibson asks the question "Can India be No. 1 in IT?" and finds that India software and services executives are not taking their success for granted. eWEEK Podcast #21
    Feb. 14, 2006

    With Cameron Sturdevant and Andrew Garcia eWEEK Labs TestRun
  • eWEEK Labs Technical Director Cameron Sturdevant discusses anti-spyware systems with eWEEK Labs Technical Analyst Andrew Garcia. Cameron and Andrew debate the capabilities of gateway-based anti-spyware solutions and look at Andrews recent review of these products. They also discuss the effectiveness of locking down systems to protect against threats. eWEEK Podcast #20
    Feb. 13, 2006

    With Stan Gibson eWEEK Podcast Special: Report from India
  • There are many Indias. One of them is a Third World country that has resisted economic improvement for centuries. The rest of India is trying to pull the whole up by education and hard work, leveraged by low wages and high-speed Internet. eWEEK Executive Editor Stan Gibson is in India to meet with top outsourcing companies. Listen to Stans first impressions from his trip in this special eWEEK Podcast. eWEEK Podcast #19
    Feb. 12, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Eric Lundquist, Jonathan Schwartz, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • CVSS security standard losing steam
  • Borland acquires Segue Software
  • Microsoft, Cisco work together on network access
  • Theres a new CEO at Gateway eWEEK Interview
  • eWEEK Editorial Director Eric Lundquist chats with Sun President and Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Schwartz. Listen to the excerpted version of the interview. Labs
  • Henry Baltazar discusses why iSCSI has caught up with Fibre Channel Commentary
  • Peter Coffee finds Borland at a crossroads Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer finds the latest in nanotechnology eWEEK Podcast #18
    Feb. 9, 2006

    With Eric Lundquist and Jonathan Schwartz eWEEK Interview
  • What is on Sun Microsystems President and Chief Operating Officer Jonathan Schwartzs mind these days? Find out as eWEEK Editorial Director Eric Lundquist chats with Schwartz about CIOs and whats going on at Sun, Google and Microsoft in this special eWEEK Podcast. eWEEK Podcast #17
    Feb. 3, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Paul Roberts, Deb Donston, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Web services security lacking
  • GM finally announces outsource deal
  • More woes for Salesforce.com
  • SAP launches online CRM
  • Microsoft Sparkle gets companion tools Labs
  • Deb Donston discusses eWEEK Corporate Partners thoughts on 2006 IT budgets Commentary
  • Peter Coffee says virtualization tools will help secure your apps Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt says, "It takes a village to stop spyware." eWEEK Podcast #16
    Jan. 27, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Carmen Nobel, Henry Baltazar, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Linus Torvalds says Linux will stay with GPL 2
  • RIM/NTP patent fight comes to a head
  • Microsoft unveils "Flash killer" applications, updates Vista schedule
  • eWEEK Roadmap: eTrades success with open source Labs
  • Henry Baltazar reviews Windows Server storage updates Commentary
  • Peter Coffee says its only a matter of time before your data gets stolen Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer says >:-O to emoticon patents eWEEK Podcast #15
    Jan. 20, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Cameron Sturdevant, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Oracle announces Fusion progress, steps up database security
  • Salesforce.com acknowledges slowdown, rolls out AppExchange
  • EDS tries to return to glory days
  • GNU GPL 3.0 draft released
  • Labs
  • Cameron Sturdevant reviews InTrust event logger Commentary
  • Peter Coffee examines what "free" means in the new GPL draft license Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt finds himself in the "cone of silence" eWEEK Podcast #14
    Jan. 13, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Michael Caton, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Salesforce.com disruptions in the spotlight
  • Lobbying scandal hits IT
  • Government plans open-source security audits
  • Military looks at information network overhaul
  • "Mactel" computers debut
  • Labs
  • Michael Caton reviews IBM Notes Domino 7 Commentary
  • Peter Coffee asks what Intel-based Macs will now do to be "better" Spencer F. Katt
  • Flaming—and Netflix—could land you in jail eWEEK Podcast #13
    Jan. 6, 2006

    With Stan Gibson, Eric Lundquist, Jim Louderback, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Microsoft patches Metafile hole
  • Hewlett-Packard eyes CSC
  • CA buys Wily Technology
  • Eric Lundquist and Jim Louderback report from CES
  • GPL license draft due
  • Labs
  • Jason Brooks reviews Windows Server 2003 R2 Commentary
  • Peter Coffee explains the implications of the WMF hole Spencer F. Katt
  • Regifting is not just for Seinfeld fans anymore eWEEK Podcast #12
    December 23, 2005

    With Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Salesforce.com service takes a hit
  • Microsoft fined by European Commission
  • Congress dives into digital rights management
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee on how nanotechnology is expanding IT horizons Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer finds his holiday card in-box overflowing eWEEK Podcast #11
    December 16, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • AMD, Intel build in security
  • FCC looks ahead to 2006
  • IBM overhauls Tivoli
  • A look back at 2005
  • Labs
  • Jim Rapoza talks about the best and worst products of 2005 Commentary
  • Peter Coffee introduces the eWEEK Excellence Awards Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt tells us what didnt make it into his columns last year eWEEK Podcast #10
    December 9, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Paul Roberts, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt Discussed: News
  • Microsoft turns up security heat
  • Sun rolls out new servers
  • Open source comes to Ireland
  • BEA touts portals in China
  • Labs
  • Review of BEA Web application servers Commentary
  • Peter Coffee on NASAs plans for SOAs Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt wonders if the music business is turning into the "Minority Report." eWEEK Podcast #9
    December 5, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Carmen Nobel, Mike Caton, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • BlackBerry users sweat out court ruling
  • Google aims for the enterprise
  • GM CIO looking to new outsourcers
  • TIAA-CREF battling IT problems
  • Labs
  • SQL Server gives more to database administrators Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: Sun Microsystems is in the holiday spirit Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt wonders what good could possibly come from something called The Mechanical Turk eWEEK Podcast #8
    November 28, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Paul Roberts, Jim Rapoza and Peter Coffee. Discussed: News
  • NetApps new virtualization OS
  • Microsoft opens file formats
  • Keylogger epidemic spreads 
  • SANS: Attacks not slowing down
  • Labs
  • System lockdown policies, technologies will help security problems Commentary
  • Peter Coffee looks at solutions for IT quality   eWEEK Podcast #7
    November 18, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Paul Roberts, Carmen Nobel, Henry Baltazar, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • IBMs new virtualization server
  • Digital rights management after Sony
  • Skype security concerns IT managers
  • Home Depot turns mobile to gain control
  • Forrester conference examines what globalization means to IT
  • Labs
  • New security features in backup solutions Commentary
  • Peter Coffee discovers a "perfect storm" of innovation Spencer F. Katt
  • Brother, can you spare a dime to license my music? eWEEK Podcast #6
    November 15, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Eric Lundquist, Michael Caton, Jeffrey Burt, Peter Coffee and Paul Connolly. Discussed: Windows 20th anniversary coverage in this weeks eWEEK magazine
  • How did Windows get its name?
  • Recollections of early versions
  • How Windows influenced hardware makers
  • Windows ongoing evolution
  • What Bill Gates thinks of the Katt cartoon
  • eWEEK Podcast #5
    November 11, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Brian Fonseca, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • Microsofts Gates, Ozzie issue Web services manifesto
  • New development tools coming from Microsoft
  • Computer Associates turns a page at its CA World conference
  • Sun sets sail with its Niagara SPARC chip
  • Labs
  • Jim Rapoza discusses eWEEK Labs look back on 20 years of Windows
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: Lessons from Sonys digital rights management software controversy
  • Spencer F. Katt
  • The Katt is caught in a time warp of digital convergence
  • eWEEK Podcast #4
    November 4, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Peter Galli, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • Microsoft Live software-as-a-service initiative
  • Microsoft to introduce new Visual tools
  • Unicenter will highlight CA World conference
  • Dells shortfall surprises industry
  • Labs
  • Jason Brooks discusses the latest in virtual machine technology
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: Optical computing technology is entering the next generation
  • Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer wonders if eBay can spare a dime
  • eWEEK Podcast #3
    October 28, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Paul Roberts, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • Microsofts Trustworthy Computing initiative paying dividends
  • Cisco plans to launch mesh networking and help Katrina victims
  • AOL developing a business version of its IM client—AOL Pro
  • Congress launches new attack on Internet security
  • Labs
  • Jim Rapoza takes a look at an open-source portal application
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee: Application development challenges in an insecure world
  • Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer has second thoughts about receiving a personal Podcast
  • eWEEK Podcast #2
    October 21, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Eric Lundquist, Paul Roberts, Jason Brooks, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • HPs Hurd has coming-out party at Gartner Symposium/IT Expo
  • Nokia, Motorola handsets target enterprise networks
  • Symantec tries to integrate new security acquisitions
  • Labs
  • Are open-source "Office" applications ready to push out Microsoft?
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee has deja vu about undoing things
  • Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer takes a ride on Microsofts campus shuttle
  • eWEEK Podcast #1
    October 14, 2005

    With Stan Gibson, Chris Gonsalves, Dennis Fisher, Jim Rapoza, Peter Coffee and Spencer F. Katt. Discussed: News
  • HP and EMC roll out new data protection solutions
  • Large software vendors revamp licensing plans
  • Yahoo, Microsoft link instant messaging systems
  • Department of Homeland Security encourages CIO-government cooperation
  • Labs
  • Macromedia Studio 8
  • Commentary
  • Peter Coffee on Microsofts development strategy
  • Spencer F. Katt
  • Spencer googles Google
  •  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    Submit a Comment

    Loading Comments...

     
    Manage your Newsletters: Login   Register My Newsletters























     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Rocket Fuel