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IT management done right

Apr 05, 20072 mins
Data Center

Latest management news.

IT management done right, 04/03/07

With the emergence of such technologies as VoIP, server virtualization and wireless networking, the lines between network, systems and applications groups keep getting blurrier.

Legislation promotes federal teleworkers, 04/03/07

A pair of senators has introduced legislation that would pump up federal support for telework, enabling more government employees to work from home.

H1-B cap for 2008 reached in record time, 04/04/07

Employers looking to keep skilled foreign workers on staff in 2008 this week rushed to file some 150,000 petitions with the U.S agency doling out 65,000 H1-B visas.

CSC announces $1.2B in U.S. government contracts, 04/03/07

Computer Sciences Corp. announced Monday that it had signed $1.28 billion in previously undisclosed U.S. government agency contracts during the first quarter of 2007.

Alcatel-Lucent acquires optical innovator, 04/03/07

Alcatel-Lucent this week signed an agreement to acquire Canadian metro optical network equipment maker Tropic Networks for an undisclosed amount.

Compuware upgrade uncovers performance problems, 04/03/07

Compuware this week made available an upgraded release of its flagship management software that the vendor says will help IT managers more quickly determine the root cause of poorly performing applications.

New tool lets management restrict use of Internet, IM, 04/02/07

A vendor that makes software to protect children from online predators has developed a product for small and midsize businesses that lets management monitor and restrict employee use of instant messaging and the Internet.