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

Deloitte’s David Linthicum on Optimizing Your Multicloud

I spoke with David Linthicum, Chief Cloud Strategy Officer at Deloitte Consulting, about his advice for handling the key pain points that companies face...

Zscaler Brings a New Approach to Experience Management

Understanding user experience has been somewhat of a “Holy Grail” for the IT industry for decades. Many vendors have tried, yet none have managed...

Dell APEX: Increasing Consistency in Multi-Cloud Deployments

As enterprises have increasingly chosen multi-cloud deployments over single vendor engagements, the need to define and address complexity has never been greater. Dell Technologies’...

Nutanix CEO Rajiv Ramaswami on the Future of Multicloud

I spoke with Rajiv Ramaswami, President and CEO of Nutanix, about key trends and issues in multicloud computing, including the future of this emerging...

The Urgent Need to Align Business Strategy with ESG

One-off sustainability initiatives and short-term goals just don’t make the cut in today’s ESG-focused market. Consumers now demand greater transparency into business operations, supply...