Articles By James Governor

IBM’s Express Train

Executives at IBM are putting their money where their mouth is with financial incentives, low cost training, cross-marketing budgets and even long term staff to software and application partners. Perhaps more importantly, IBM

Published on: February 26th, 2003 James Governor

Channeling OpenView – The HP Advantage?

What is HP's greatest software asset? Is it HP-UX? OpenView Network Node Manager? OpenView ServiceDesk? The Tandem Nonstop kernel? What about HP TruClusters? The Zero Latency Engine, perhaps?All of the above are valuable

Published on: January 15th, 2003 James Governor

IBM finally goes mid-market

IBM is finally beginning the long haul into the medium-sized business space, going after Microsoft on its home turf. For the past few years IBM has been in consolidation mode, establishing a strong

Published on: November 5th, 2002 James Governor

Microsoft’s .Net a rich market in more ways than one

In my last column I argued Microsoft finally has some competition in the developer tools space. There is an area where Microsoft Visual Studio .NET still has a clear advantage though–tools for rich

Published on: September 11th, 2002 James Governor

Microsoft fires salvo at Java developers

Microsoft launched Visual J# .NET a few weeks ago, a tool designed to let Java language developers access and build Windows .NET apps. But Java vendors like BEA are finally delivering toolsets that

Published on: July 30th, 2002 James Governor