The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act (UCITA) is a proposed uniform law that would create new rules for software licensing, online access and other transactions in computer information. UCITA was originally a joint project of the American Law Institute (ALI) and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws. So far it has passed only in Virginia and Maryland.
In "Top Six Sales Guide Mistakes, " Gwyn Finnell writes, "Most companies spend their marketing budgets generating market awareness, but spend precious little equipping their sales force with the knowledge to sell."
From Ziff-Davis: 'Microsoft's 10-Q filing revealed one of the more telling signs of Microsoft's woes: the open-source threat. It's more than just an annoyance—the company claims open source is "a significant challenge to its business model."