Outlook

Office 2010: Productivity, Productivity, Productivity

If Steve Ballmer had been presenting Office 2010 today, he might have riffed on his old “developers, developers, developers” line with a quip about “productivity, productivity, productivity.” That’s the focus of the new version of Microsoft’s flagship suite of office tools, now available to business customers.

Snow Leopard In Depth: Exchange

Even though Apple (s aapl) builds great products for the consumer, the company often misses the boat with business users. Snow Leopard…

Sony Bets Big on Video Downloads

It’s an understatement to say the commercial viability of paid video downloads is a crapshoot, but that doesn’t stop new entrants from…

Shake Shake Da VoIP

Things are not looking good in VoIP land, and some of the marginal players are feeling the pressure of resurgent cable operators,…

Citrix buys Netscaler

Matt Marshal is batting better thank the Yankees. He just hit one right out of the park and scooped everyone on this…

Oregon’s bad Broadband Xmas

The Oregonian: reports that Portland, Oregon-based Network Elements is desperately looking for a buyer. Founded in 1998, the privately held Beaverton company…

A different kind of VoIP ATA

Another day, another ATA. Apparently this one from Vocal Technologies is different, or so the company claims. It is about to introduce…

Euros dialing up IP-TV

In the penultimate issue of Red Herring, I had written a long piece about IP-TV, and pointed out that Europeans and Asians…

Return of the Tote

The only good thing about using the mass transit, is that one gets to watch the masses, or the human species closely.…