Ecommerce’s new dawn
The first generation of online commerce platforms is reaching the end of its lifespan. Now organisations are reinvesting for better customer interaction and business agility.
Standing out from the crowd
Companies are missing out on online dollars by not optimising their web sites for search engine listings.
How analytics tools and information services can make IT a breadwinner.
The vocal web
Industry pioneer Nick Ogden believes voice technology will drive the next wave of ecommerce.
Looking deep into the soul of today’s new machines:
Is there a business case for ID cards?
Sustainability gains momentum in IT
Offshoring distorts recruitment markets
Data loss makes front page news – at last
Learning by example:
Experian’s data fortress
Wickes joins the space age
The art of Yahoo’s data analysis
What are the biggest issues in IT security? Information Age surveys 100 senior managers.
Excelling in intelligence
Readers debate how to deliver true business intelligence – with or without Excel.
Content management software is in high demand as a strategic element of regulatory compliance – but market consolidation may be unsettling buyers.
Month in review
Apple to put ‘Mactel’ inside, Salesforce’s bubble is burst, Microsoft plays the EC, budget-busting government IT and the biggest data theft yet.
The companies making the news in June:
Money talks: the latest figures from supply chain specialists and IT services giants.
Ecommerce 2.0 is a chance for companies to get it right this time.
"We’re trying to ensure people have control over the programs that run on their PCs."
Extreme IT: The unwired island
Stats entertainment: Don’t believe TCO ‘hype’
In the vernacular: Ajax
Analyst reports and surveys on:
The Black Book on Corporate Security
The Effective Organization
The Brave New World of eHR
Reflections and lessons from the passing of IBM’s SNA networking empire.