Online office apps and os’s: Why they won’t gain significant traction

By Brett Williams Contributing Writer, [GAS]  In one day, Yahoo acquired Zimbra, an online e-mail, document-authoring, and collaboration software suite with offline capabilities; Google officially launched its online presentation software; and on Read/WriteWeb, an article titled “Fear of Web2.0,” was posted about enterprise adoption of Web 2.0 applications.

Spam is now 83% of all e-mail

Yes folks, more than eight emails out of every ten sent out today on the net is SPAM. Let’s face it, SMTP really needs a replacement, and while many exist out there, the current messaging infrastructure of the Internet leaves us powerless. Solutions do exist to help you filter all that spam, but regardless of […]

Autopatcher shut down by Microsoft

By Rob Dunn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Autopatcher, a frequently updated project devoted to compiling all the Windows Updates into a single installation package (geared toward offline system updating and quick system rebuilds), has been shut down by Microsoft as of yesterday (08/29/07). Citing security and intellectual property as reasons for the action, Microsoft contacted the […]