Jason Levitt

Jason Levitt is a programmer, consultant, book author and web jockey. He is is a former senior technology editor for InformationWEEK. Currently, Levitt is completing an upcoming book on web services for O'Reilly and Associates.

Fixed Wireless Brings Cell Service to Analog Jacks

With all of the advances in computer and wireless technology over the past 20 years, youd think that landline telephone systems—sometimes referred to as the "Plain Old Telephone System"...

Amazon, eBay Get Attached to SOAP Messaging Spec

It seems inevitable that when you put Microsoft, IBM and Sun (and HP and TIBCO and BEA, etc.) in the same room over and over again, youll end up...

Latest Posts

Poly Voyager Focus 2 Review: Industrial Strength, Consumer Experience

As we continue to navigate what work looks like going forward, many employees continue to work from home, and many of them work from...

CISOs: Missing an Opportunity to Partner with Your CDO?

Recently, I was talking with a major analyst firm about data and security. The name of the firm will not be mentioned to protect...

#eWEEKchat Tuesday, May 25: ‘Next-Gen Networking’

On Tuesday, May 25, at 11 a.m. PDT/2 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. GMT, @eWEEKNews will host its 98th monthly #eWEEKChat. The topic will be  “Next-Gen...

Cisco Systems Envisions the Future of Voice Calling 

Voice calls are dead, correct? That’s what people have been predicting for almost two decades, but the reality is that calling is still quite...

Choosing the Right IT Services Firm for a Post-COVID Paradigm

Few, if any, industries escaped the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even in the technology sector, where change is a normal part of business,...