Selecting a telecoms and web hosting provider has become a high-stakes game of chance, leaving IT directors with fewer and fewer options.
The changing role of application servers means that choosing the right platform has become a complex challenge.
Do the benefits of installing a corporate portal really match up to the costs of building and maintaining it?
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Choices are narrowing for IT decision-makers, says Kenny MacIver.
INSIDER — updates and downloads
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Challenges to IT recruitment
Battling the spam onslaught
Cap Gemini faces cleaning bill
B2B boom still pending
Chalk up another one to the hackers
Is Sun saying ‘maybe’ to Wintel
Information Age executive roundtables
Information Management Awards 2002
Feedback, opinion, amplification, clarification, corrections.
PERSPECTIVE — technology, strategy and financial analysis
The Information Age interview
Catherine Doran, European CIO, Capital One
How can senior executives ‘see’ what is going on in the far-flung corners of a sprawling multi-national company?
Beth Barling, senior analyst at AMR Research, on reverse auctions.
Which of Hewlett-Packard’s seven operating systems will survive?
The return of the fat client?
Web services and peer-to-peer technologies could spark a client-server revival.
FINANCIAL REPORT — financial results
Highlights and comment relating to the quarterly results of the main suppliers of information technology.
EMC’s slump deepens
UNDER OFFER — mergers and acquisitions
The important deals in the global IT industry in recent weeks, and emerging consolidation trends.
INFORMATION UNIT — industry trends
Information Unit tracks the key trends affecting the global information economy and analyses the evolution of technology in corporations worldwide.
Supply chain management