• Fed Spending With Disabled Vet-Owned Businesses To Boom, Study Says

    A study released this month predicts $2.8 billion in federal IT opportunity for service disabled veteran-owned businesses (SDVOB) by fiscal year 2009. But for the set-aside category to achieve such lofty financial expectations, government agencies will have to think outside the box to meet their 3 percent mandate.

  • Visualization Technologies Enliven Web Searches

    As wonderful as Internet search engines are, they have a pretty big flaw. They often deliver too much information, and a lot of it isn't quite what we're looking for. Who really bothers to read the dozens of pages of results that Google generates?

  • AOL Cites Top Spam Topics

    What do Oprah Winfrey, mortgage rates and online pharmacies have in common? All were cited in the most commonly sent spam messages of 2003, says America Online.

  • E-mail: Where It's Going

    E-mail is mutating, and within five years will both recede into a background of ubiquity and blend with an even wider range of collaborative functions, according to predictions made by a messaging research firm.

  • ATI Takes Wraps Off Channel Programs

    Looking to raise the profile of graphics capabilities as a differentiating component for custom-system builders, ATI Technologies recently launched two channel programs, the first focusing on general system builders and the second on integrators selling Fire GL graphics cards. The vendor also hired a new director of North American channel sales, Larry McIntosh.

  • IP Telephony To Take Off

    Solution providers are expecting 2004 to be a banner year for IP telephony as the technology gains a mainstream foothold, vendors continue to drop product pricing and the economy shows signs of improvement.

  • GFI LANguard S.E.L.M. Identifies, Prevents Network Intrusions

    Network intrusions are on the rise, and many companies are ill-equipped to deal with today's digital thieves. Therefore, detecting and preventing unauthorized network access can be a big business for solution providers. While worms, viruses, Trojan horses and denial-of-service attacks can sap productivity and efficiency, intrusions will prove to be the real threat for Internet-connected businesses.