Vonage Wins Temporary Reprieve in Verizon Case

Vonage won a temporary reprieve from an appeals court, hours after a lower court barred it from adding new customers while it appeals a finding it infringed Verizon Communications patents for making phone calls over the Internet.

Senate Bill Gives U.S. Workers First Dibs on H-1B Jobs

One of the longest-running defenses of the hotly debated H-1B temporary worker visa program is that there are simply not enough U.S. workers to fill out many corporations' programming, engineering and back-office positions, ...

Startup Offers Free Version of Open-Source, On-Demand BI Software

A small startup, Adaptive Planning, has taken the next step in offering alternative application technology by combining on demand and open source to build business intelligence-based performance management software. The question ...

NAC Attack: Today's Products Will Fail, Report Says

Vendors say modern NAC products will fall by the wayside in favor of software-based technologies that manage risk by integrating endpoint security, access control, identity and risk management.

More Power to Google

Google is seeking the optimal energy efficiency for its large data centers, and it is counting on its top engineers to help deliver it.