Down and Out
How businesses are reacting to the most dramatic period of consolidation in the history of IT.
When the sun never sets
Any software roll-out is a challenge. So how do IT managers cope with global deployment?
Computer Associates wants to claim a place among the software industry?s true leaders.
Organisations are searching for ways to make their storage investments do more, for less.
Information Age asks three IT directors how they are coping with reduced budgets.
Can Windows Server 2003 become a rallying point for Microsoft?
Storage giants EMC and HDS bridge their differences.
Morgan Stanley?s head of enterprise software research is the link between CIOs and Wall Street.
How technology has helped the Internet travel and entertainment booking company move from start-up to blue-chip status.
Dr Ashley Braganza
of Cranfield School of Management on packaged versus customised applications
EDS and Accenture have run the Inland Revenue?s IT systems for a decade. Will they win the contract again when it is renewed?
Enterprises are adopting a more structured approach to security spending.
Month in review
A round-up of the month’s most important technology industry news.
An in-depth analysis of the events shaping leading technology companies.
Profiles of IT companies to watch
A round-up of the quarterly results of major technology suppliers.
IT services and networking
The crucial deals in the global IT industry in recent weeks, plus analysis of emerging consolidation trends. This month: consolidation in the enterprise portal sector and Cisco targets the small business market.
The word ?process? dominates the discussion of IT in business, says Andrew Lawrence
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Corporate performance management
A primer on the latest incarnation of business intelligence.
Numbers, trends and research from the global information economy.
Reviews of the latest technology business books