Although Oracle's lawsuit against SAP is directed against the German-based software giant, SAP's channel partners could also be held culpable for any role they may have had for using software and documentation that turns out...
The news that Oracle sued SAP shocked the IT industry yesterday, and the dust hasn't begun to settle yet. In addition to SAP and its wholly-owned subsidiary
A federal appeals court (8th Circuit) has upheld the FCC's 2004 conclusion that VoIP providers (like Vonage) provide an interstate service that frees them from state control.
Cisco's Charlie Giancarlo is a pretty smart guy (he's chief development officer, so that's more of a job requirement than a compliment), but I’m not sure he has as tight a hold on differing forms of information as he does on different kinds of data.
Via ciscoblog.com: Cisco has posted free online training for its APX/IPX firewall. "Some of the topics are neat...'How to set up Packet Tracers' 'How to set up SSL VPNs.' The modules DO...
Remember SneakerNet? Think it’s gone? Except for that once-in-a-while you have to use it because the bandwidth is too small or two machines won’t talk to each other?