Perception and deception
Return on investment has become a focal point of IT decisions and vendor marketing. But cutting through the marketing fog is a challenge.
How can a company protect itself from the increased security risks introduced by collaborative commerce? One way is to audit partners.
The UK’s 10 worst web application failures…
…and what could have been done to prevent them. Information Age looks at the real stories behind the UK’s most highly publicised web failures.
The virtual classroom
Reduced training budgets have forced many organisations to look at e-learning.
Windows on the world
After a series of delays to its launch, early adopters are putting Windows Server 2003 through its paces.
The godfather of customer relationship management and CEO of Siebel Systems has fostering political ambitions.
CIO Margaret Miller talks about how she manages ther supermarket’s ground-breaking outsourcing deal with Accenture.
HP has won a major managed services deal with Procter &Gamble. But P&G’s U-turn is a setback for business process outsourcing.
Avoiding the ‘TUPE’ trap
The employment lawyer Ravinder Mahal explains the implications of TUPE in outsourcing situations.
Web services scramble
It is clear that web services presents a huge opportunity for suppliers, but identifying the winners and losers is not so easy.
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. This month: Offshore outsourcing.
The crucial deals in the global IT industry in recent weeks, plus analysis of emerging consolidation trends. This month: Security and storage
How much does ROI really matter, asks Andrew Lawrence.
Why piracy can pay, CA on track, email exposure and storage overload.
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Email giants fight back on spam
‘Fluffi bunni’ snared at trade show
HP seeks help in popularity stakes
Economic slump? Blame software piracy
No more waiting for the web
The $12 billion brain
GE knows a bargain when it sees one
And the big will buy big
Application server technology
A primer on the platform for ebusiness.
Numbers, trends and research from the global information economy.
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Reviews of the latest technology business books
Adapt or die