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...

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Four Pillars of a Successful Data Strategy: Making Better Business Decisions

The amount of data compiled by a business can be overwhelming and as a result, many companies struggle to organize, analyze, define, protect and...

Zoomtopia 2021: AI and Video to Power Digital Healthcare, Financial Services

At the recent Zoomtopia event, the company touted its ability to power digital healthcare and financial services. Zoom already integrates with popular electronic health record...

How CIOs Measure Themselves and Why it Matters

Over the last several years, I have asked CIOs multiple times about how they would like their performance to be measured. One answer has...

Why Cloud Means Cloud-Native

“Only when the tide goes out do you discover who's been swimming naked.” -- Warren Buffett The most important change in computing over the past...

Top Cloud Service Providers & Companies

Cloud computing providers play a foundational role for businesses. Virtually every enterprise uses cloud computing in some manner, whether it’s to deliver key infrastructure...