The view from the top of IT with TechWorld Editor Rohan Pearce
If you're doing serious Web content engineering you might well choose an all-singing, all-dancing product such as Adobe's Dreamweaver. The latest version of Dreamweaver in Adobe's Creative Suite 6 (released just over a year ago) was really impressive with new features such as an improved user interface, support for jQuery UI widgets, better cascading style sheet Version 3 support and support for PhoneGap. All in all, a very cool and comprehensive Web development platform.
By Mark Gibbs | 16 May, 2013 22:14
Shaw reviews Das Keyboard's latest high-performance mechanical keyboard and AccessoryPower.com's GOgroove BlueSYNC SRC Portable Bluetooth Speaker and Receiver.
By Keith Shaw | 16 May, 2013 20:07
From time to time, organizations are asked to provide access to data for legal reasons. Those requests can be more complicated when the data is in the cloud. But a new report sheds some light on one critical aspect of such requests.
By Thomas J. Trappler | 14 May, 2013 15:09
As officials prepare to gather for the ITU's big, global forum on the Internet, a plea for open minds, understanding and cooperation.
By Lynn St. Amour | 14 May, 2013 12:46
For decades the leading network companies have been tightly coupling their software to complex, custom-built chips. Besides leaving IT buyers with a staggering array of appliances, the reliance on custom silicon has chilled industry startup activity. But with software defined networking, that is beginning to change.
By Arif Janmohamed | 13 May, 2013 17:10
As privacy-invading technologies and location-aware applications become commonplace and accepted (and they will), and more products like Saga, Memoto and Glass become pervasive, the idea of lifelogging will become more appealing.
By Mike Elgan | 11 May, 2013 11:12
On the ISS, Linux is in and XP is out and open source is the way of the future
By Mark Gibbs | 10 May, 2013 14:12
Have you had a IT project go astray? Maybe you were lucky and it was a brief hiccup with minimal financial consequences. Or maybe you had a disaster of biblical proportions, such as the one that befell Levi Strauss in 2008.
By Mark Gibbs | 09 May, 2013 16:25
Premier 100 IT Leader Gary Hensley also answers questions on transitioning to the security field and becoming a leader.
By Gary Hensley | 06 May, 2013 14:41
On the face of it, the bill the Senate is considering to levy taxes on Internet retailers simply makes sense. The states are strapped for cash and we have a bifurcated system that requires local brick and mortar outlets to ante up while letting out of state online retailers off scot free.
By John Dix | 06 May, 2013 11:14
Since it is virtually impossible to find all needed analytical skills resident in the same human being, it might be wise to adopt an 'ensemble' approach to your organization's deficit in those skills. Insider (registration required)
By Thornton A. May | 06 May, 2013 10:08
A lot more innovation is desperately needed for mobile hardware design and platforms. Are Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft up to the task?
By Scot Finnie | 06 May, 2013 10:08
Some enterprise vendors try to keep what they are offering away from what they think might be the wrong eyes. This is never a good idea.
By Mark Gibbs | 06 May, 2013 05:50
All’s well that ends well, right? I mean especially when, as here, that ending comes complete with a bottle of wine and a box of Twix candy bars. … Maybe.
By Paul McNamara | 06 May, 2013 05:50
How would you like to build a global enterprise-scale data access infrastructure? A daunting prospect, yes? Imagine creating a system that could make any subset of any significant data resource in your organization available where it's needed without incurring insane implementation and maintenance costs ... sounds too good to be true?
By Mark Gibbs | 02 May, 2013 22:24
Shaw reviews the Seagate Central network-attached hard drive.
By Keith Shaw | 01 May, 2013 20:57
Google's Fiber project in in Kanas City, Austin and Provo shows that very high Internet speeds are possible in the U.S., but nobody except Google is working to make it happen.
By Mike Elgan | 27 April, 2013 10:54
This week two outstanding products: The Jynxbox Android HD and Seagate Wireless Plus
By Mark Gibbs | 24 April, 2013 18:23
Microsoft figures customers will be more likely to switch from Android smartphones to Windows 8 phones if it makes it easier to find the same or similar apps for their new phone as were on their old phones.
By Tim Greene | 24 April, 2013 16:12