Making Apple's imac look obese, the $2,500 Panasonic CF-E1 Audio Video Personal Computer that we saw last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas starts with a 15-inch flat-screen display instead of a bulky, heavy, space-heating CRT.
Attendees at the mis Training Institute's recent conference on PKI, in Atlanta, learned that the public-key infrastructure in Microsoft's Windows 2000 Advanced Server Edition lacks features essential to enterprise-level security.
Although conservatives are often elected with the expectation they'll reduce, rather than expand, government, President-elect George W. Bush may find that IT warrants the creation of a subcabinet position of its own.
The latest episode in the 3Com and U.S. Robotics story might play out like something from a PBS television nature special: The offspring grows up and attacks its parent in a vicious fight for territory.
If your company isn't a world-class technology user, it won't last long: Aggressive adoption and deployment of information systems, both computing and communications, are a minimum requirement for a sustained competitive role in today's economy.