• Electronic Voting Security Firm Hacked

    A company developing security technology for electronic voting suffered an embarrassing hacker break-in that executives think was tied to the rancorous debate over the safety of casting ballots online.

  • Symbol CEO Bravman Steps Down

    Symbol Technologies CEO and acting Chairman Richard Bravman has stepped down, and the company has named William Nuti as CEO and board member.

  • Groups Promote Recycling Of Tech Gadgets

    Entrepreneurs and environmental groups are getting ready for a surge of old computers, cell phones and other electronic devices that could be recycled or reused.

  • Home Networking Market Ripe For Change

    The growing trend of home networking -- and the reasons why users are currently assembling such networks -- puts PC makers such as Dell and Hewlett-Packard in the cat bird's seat, according to a survey released Monday by The NPD Group.

  • CRN Interview: Vignette CEO Thomas Hogan

    As the CEO of Vignette, Thomas Hogan has been out to turn around this once wunderkind of the Internet age into a stable member of the enterprise software community. As part of that effort, Vignette is now focused squarely on workflow and collaboration software across multiple platforms.

  • Digital Imaging Technology Saves Time For Coaches

    High school football coach Larry Greene thought the big breakthrough came years ago when video replaced film as a quicker way to scout the competition and analyze what his players were doing right or wrong. Now, Greene sees a new breakthrough , affordable digital imaging technology that further reduces the time needed to compile and view game footage.

  • Spending To Fend Off Online Attacks To Grow

    The information-security spending focus next year will be on hackers and viruses, according to research by Yankee Group. A lesser priority will be managing employee access via virtual private networks and identity-management apps.

  • Experts: Enterprise Software On The Rise

    The corporate spending that drives the technology sector is as strong as it has been since the end of the 1990s boom, giving the industry optimism as it heads into 2004.