11th > December > 2002 Archive
Fink, the program that brings oodles of Linux software to Mac OS X, has been updated for Jaguar.
Two new toys from Google's "technology playground" make their debut today, the first new experiments since Google Labs opened their doors in May.
A US bulk emailer is threatening legal action after so-called "anti-spammers" signed him up for lots of junk mail.
The Storage Performance Council has posted another wave of benchmarks, including new results for hardware from IBM Corp and 3Pardata Inc, and a re-test by Hewlett Packard Co in response to criticism of what was diplomatically called the "real world applicability"of its previous results.
A study from the US has shown that Internet filters designed to screen out pornography can end up blocking access to health information Web sites.
The basic ideas behind utility computing, also known as computing on demand, are very simple, writes Tony Lock. At the core can be found the concept that today's rapidly changing market conditions place a requirement that every organisation's IT infrastructure needs to be flexible in order to satisfy the fluctuating demands for service. In other words, IT must be able to support its users whatever the workload whilst still maintaining tight control over the cost of service delivered.
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