Archive: August 10th, 2011

How students use technology

How students use technology

Engaging customers today requires commitment from the entire company—and a redefined marketing organisation.

Web Development Methodologies: Agile vs Waterfall

Web Development Methodologies: Agile vs Waterfall

Agile development is known for being cheaper, faster, and quicker to respond to changing market demands, as compared to the slower but steady, sequential process of the waterfall method. And while Agile may be more suitable for projects that are amenable to its speed and quick reaction time, traditional waterfall industries are starting to see the value of using this methodology.

Intranet Remains Poor Stepchild Of Corporate Websites

Intranet Remains Poor Stepchild Of Corporate Websites

Blogs, wikis gain role in corporate intranets, but few enterprises have a Facebook-style or Twitter-like home page, survey shows.

Ten computer viruses that changed the world

Ten computer viruses that changed the world

It’s almost 25 years since the first PC computer virus left users looking at corrupted floppies, lost work and perplexing messages. In that time, the state of the art in automated malfeasance has progressed to the point that it’s part of the armory of international geopolitics. Stuxnet, while still mysterious, left nobody in any doubt that viruses and worms can be used in the highest-stake game there is.