2003 - November
Human brain and neural network behavior: a comparison
by John Peter Jesan, Donald M. Lauro
November 2003On the matter of memory, there is no comparision. Neural networks are potentially faster and more accurate than humans.
Cellular number portability: really such a big deal?
by Kenneth G. Robinson
November 2003The FCC ruling on number portability may have little effect on an already competitive market.
Are you a technical guru or an enlightened friend?
by Ubiquity staff
November 2003In order to get the information security budget you need, you must be able to communicate comfortably with non-technies, says security expert Thomas J. Parenty.
An Interview with Kathy Schroeder: the plot quickens
by Kathy Schroeder
November 2003New book tells the inside story of the development and innovative marketing of Intuit's automated personal finance software. Author Kathy Schroeder explains it all.
IT services = People + Tools + processes
by Kemal A. Delic
November 2003People add the power to a simple equation for enlightened decision-making in the IT service industry