October 18, 2006

Microsoft makes Vista concessions

Otherwise known as Vista vs the EU and the World: Part Three… Here’s a follow-up to my earlier Vista vs the World and Vista vs the Security Vendors posts, where I […]
October 18, 2006

Oracle’s Patch Updates

October 2006 is going to be a major month for Oracle.  First, the database and middleware powerhouse has made some significant changes to its patch management process. Secondly, […]
October 8, 2006

The Best and Worst of Job Interview Tips

Over the past two weeks, I have come across a number of career development and interviewing articles.  Out of this group of articles and blog entries, I […]
October 8, 2006

The NBA and the Olympics: Are they compatible?

I read this ESPN article a few months back, and I found myself wondering if the goals of the Olympics are even compatible with professional team sports? It […]
October 6, 2006

Vista vs the Security Vendors

Otherwise known as Vista vs the Selfish Security Vendors: Part Two… Here’s a follow-up to my earlier Vista vs the World post, where I noted I greatly preferred a […]
October 5, 2006

Minor System Upgrade

I was forced to upgrade one of my systems this week because the motherboard (or CPU) died.  Rather than mess around trying to figure out which specific component […]
October 4, 2006

Really, How Hard Can Email Sorting Be?

I’ve been using Microsoft Outlook for a long time — since the OL97 days, in fact — and I’ve gone through all the different incarnations of the nefarious […]
October 3, 2006

Security: Product vs People and Process

One of the hardest concepts to emphasize concerning Information Security is that people and processes are more critical to your overall security posture than products are.   […]
October 3, 2006

IT Security Confidence

I just finished reading a pretty decent CIO Insight article (with lots of research links) on the state of IT Security at a Corporate level.  It ends with the […]
October 3, 2006

A different approach to deterrence

I have to say that I find the view offered by Ted Koppel on the issue of Iran and nuclear power rather intriguing.  You have to wonder how […]
October 3, 2006

Vista vs the World

Or, perhaps I should say Microsoft vs Security providers in the Windows space? What I’m talking about eWeek’s report that discloses McAfee’s complaint that Microsoft has made it […]
October 1, 2006

Recuperating Nicely…

I’m going to be working from home for most of this week due to undergoing bunion surgery this past Friday.  I’m happy to say that there’s […]
October 18, 2006

Microsoft makes Vista concessions

Otherwise known as Vista vs the EU and the World: Part Three… Here’s a follow-up to my earlier Vista vs the World and Vista vs the Security Vendors posts, where I […]
October 18, 2006

Oracle’s Patch Updates

October 2006 is going to be a major month for Oracle.  First, the database and middleware powerhouse has made some significant changes to its patch management process. Secondly, […]
October 8, 2006

The Best and Worst of Job Interview Tips

Over the past two weeks, I have come across a number of career development and interviewing articles.  Out of this group of articles and blog entries, I […]
October 8, 2006

The NBA and the Olympics: Are they compatible?

I read this ESPN article a few months back, and I found myself wondering if the goals of the Olympics are even compatible with professional team sports? It […]
October 6, 2006

Vista vs the Security Vendors

Otherwise known as Vista vs the Selfish Security Vendors: Part Two… Here’s a follow-up to my earlier Vista vs the World post, where I noted I greatly preferred a […]
October 5, 2006

Minor System Upgrade

I was forced to upgrade one of my systems this week because the motherboard (or CPU) died.  Rather than mess around trying to figure out which specific component […]
October 4, 2006

Really, How Hard Can Email Sorting Be?

I’ve been using Microsoft Outlook for a long time — since the OL97 days, in fact — and I’ve gone through all the different incarnations of the nefarious […]
October 3, 2006

Security: Product vs People and Process

One of the hardest concepts to emphasize concerning Information Security is that people and processes are more critical to your overall security posture than products are.   […]
October 3, 2006

IT Security Confidence

I just finished reading a pretty decent CIO Insight article (with lots of research links) on the state of IT Security at a Corporate level.  It ends with the […]
October 3, 2006

A different approach to deterrence

I have to say that I find the view offered by Ted Koppel on the issue of Iran and nuclear power rather intriguing.  You have to wonder how […]
October 3, 2006

Vista vs the World

Or, perhaps I should say Microsoft vs Security providers in the Windows space? What I’m talking about eWeek’s report that discloses McAfee’s complaint that Microsoft has made it […]
October 1, 2006

Recuperating Nicely…

I’m going to be working from home for most of this week due to undergoing bunion surgery this past Friday.  I’m happy to say that there’s […]