April marks another historic Patch Tuesday with 11 security bulletins being rolled out this week by Microsoft.
The father of Java is leaving the company following the January acquisition of Sun Microsystems. He joins CEO Jonathan Schwartz, Chairman and co-founder Scott McNealy, Director of Web technologies Tim Bray, and open source evangelist Simon Phipps in departing.
Expect a whopper patch next week, as Microsoft is planning to release 11 fixes in its April security update.
Two institutions--the University of Illinois at Chicago and Texas A&M at Corpus Christi--have gone public with deployments of business process management systems to improve document workflow.
Microsoft has announced updates to come in Service Pack 1 of Exchange Server 2010, including management and search improvements.
Microsoft has released a new plugin that lets Office users connect directly with the open source learning management system Moodle.
Despite budgetary barriers, Campus IT leaders aren't lowing their sights; rather, they're targeting projects that are ambitious, forward-looking, and broad in scope. Campus Technology talked with some of them to get a sense of the kinds of projects they'll be implementing this year.
Hyland Software has updated OnBase, its document management workflow application. Version 9.2 includes 850 additions and enhancements, according to the company, including an offline client, mobile workflow for BlackBerry, and workflow integration with Microsoft Outlook.
Now that Oracle has completed its acquisition of Sun, its strategy for Solaris customer support is becoming more clear. And that starts with changes to the license and support terms that may limit use of Solaris 10.
When the Univerity of Alabama Crimson Tide took the national football championship in January 2010, it was the 13th such victory in the school’s history. But it represented a first for the university, as well—the first year the university got to test its e-commerce football ticketing system for a championship game.