Three women who inspire me. I was just thinking back on my conference experiences. I helped on the first VBITS conference (now it's the VSLive conference). At that one, about 10 years ago, there were 428 attendees. Only two women. One was Deborah Kurata. We hired her to speak (at least in part because of… Continue reading Three women who inspire me
Law Firms Reinvent KM. According to an article by Judith Lamont, Law Firms Reinvent KM, KM is being integrated nicely in many law firms these days. Though the general KM hype has definitely died down, Dennis Kennedy is quoted as saying “Law firms have become more pragmatic in their use of knowledge management technology. They… Continue reading Law Firms Reinvent KM
The Sniffer vs. the Cybercrooks. Sniffers, people paid to test a computer network's security, must do their best to think like an enterprising cyberthief. By GARY RIVLIN. [NYT > Technology]
It's official: Filene's brand will be gone. Boston will lose one of its most famous brands next year when Federated Department Stores Inc. turns all remaining Filene's into Macy's and closes about a dozen stores in New England, including the flagship in Downtown Crossing where Filene's began in 1890. [Boston Globe — Front Page]
Ancient Space Technology In technological terms, the Space Shuttle is ancient. It was designed with technology that is 25-30 years old. This, in addition to the fact that the system has endured substantial wear and tear over the years, has made every launch an event rather than business as usual. A crisis is on the… Continue reading Ancient Space Technology
Lesson #15 – Getting the snowball rolling Let's say that you have looked through Lessons 1 through 14. You have chosen an idea and you have created a site. You have called in every favor you have to get some friends to link to your site. Now what? Now it is time to find out… Continue reading Lesson #15 – Getting the snowball rolling
Let me give you another piece of sage advice… not only can we move in an SBS 2003 server that has the same domain name as the old system [and thus not messin' with the desktops] using a method that many consultants use, we now have guidance to move a SBS 2003 into an existing… Continue reading Let me give you another piece of sage
advice… not only can we move in an SBS 2003 server that has the same
domain name as the old system [and thus not messin' with the desktops]
using a method that many consultants use, we now have guidance to move a SBS 2003 into an existing domain
Reader Voices: Advantage Microsoft. In honor of Microsoft making its Window Genuine Advantage license validation procedures mandatory this week, I thought it would be appropriate to offer a sampling of comments we've had about the program from current or former Microsoft customers. Or, as I like to call them, the Windows Genuinely Disadvantaged. Some readers… Continue reading Reader Voices: Advantage Microsoft
Apple to adopt Hula?. ThinkSecret says that Apple is getting ready to upgrade OS X Server with some sort of improved mail and calendar solution, probably Hula. Thats nice and all, but I REALLY want them to upgrade iCal to support some publicly-available calendar server. The ability to publish read-only calendars was nice in 2002… Continue reading Apple to adopt Hula?
Duopoly Laws?. Independent ISPs and phone services may soon have no way “home”. Cable is out. DSL services may soon get similar exclusivity to the phone operator if the FCC's Kevin Martin gets his way. Unlicensed broadband wireless – at 5.8 GHz – may be their only hope to deliver competitive services in the United… Continue reading Duopoly Laws?