How much do network industry CEOs make?; CA to pursue co-founder Wang for fraud

How much do network industry CEOs really make?

New SEC rules require public companies to spell out how much coin the big wigs pocketed, and we've got the numbers. Take a look.

CA to pursue co-founder Wang for fraud

A special committee at CA Inc. Friday released a report blaming co-founder Charles Wang for accounting fraud at the company and recommending suing him for damages and the value of company stock he received.

DNS vulnerability puts e-mail, directory services at risk

A DNS server compromised by a hacker could be used to funnel Web surfers to all sorts of phishing attacks and malicious Web sites and even cause havoc with directory services and e-mail in some cases, according to the father of the technology, Paul Mockapetris.

Top 10 IT priorities at the DoD

The U.S. Department of Defense is expected to spend an estimated $23.5 million this year on IT -- the most of any federal agency -- according to market research firm Input.

Broadcom slaps Qualcomm with another lawsuit

Fabless chip maker Broadcom has twisted a new legal knife into Qualcomm, by filing yet another law suit against the CDMA technology giant.

Google to buy Doubleclick for $3.1 billion

Google has agreed to buy DoubleClick for $3.1 billion in cash, an acquisition that strengthens Google's status as an online advertising powerhouse.


Q&A: IBM sticks to autonomic computing agenda

IBM coined the term autonomic computing in 2001 and since then has been beating the automation drum across its software and hardware product lines. The premise of a self-healing, self-protecting, self-optimizing and self-managing data center caused some industry watchers to scoff, but Big Blue stuck to its plans and now has about 450 autonomic features shipping in 70 or so IBM products.

WLAN vendor Colubris' new CEO takes 5 questions

WLAN vendor Colubris earlier this month named Robb Scott its new president and CEO, at about the same time that Aruba Networks became the first of the remaining independent WLAN switch vendors to go public.

Case study

Keeping AOL's files in order

Dan Pollack of AOL had a big data problem -- 8 petabytes of unstructured data to be exact -- data that his clients had to access and manage, and he had to make sure was always available.


From Microsoft Subnet: No more Windows XP by year-endAPC Magazine is reporting that computer makers have been told they will no longer be able to get Windows XP OEM by the end of the year, despite consumer resistance to Vista and its compatibility issues.Buzzblog: Einstein right about space, time bend, says NASAJury’s still out on frame-dragging, though.


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