A summary of the current issue.
Readers praise the conversation with Al Weiss and question the ethics of CEO compensation and cell phone use.
Al Erisman addresses a number of factors that have come together at one time to create a significant dip in the availability of computing people at the same time there is an increasing demand.
Enron Execs Going Away, but Fraud Is Here to Stay
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, May 26, 2006
Technology and Easy Credit Give Identity Thieves an Edge
The New York Times, May 30, 2006
McAfee Fires Top Lawyer Amid Stock-Option Probe
The Wall Street Journal, May 31, 2006
People have been moved from agricultural to manufacturing to service jobs, but once we take people out of service jobs, what is left? Prabhu Guptara discusses the coming impact of robotics around the globe.
Seamus Phan argues that open-source technology, available for free, is invading the traditional turf of many enterprise and client-side applications and technologies.
Should a company consider the personal ethics of an employee when making a promotion decision?