The politics of offshore outsourcing
IT is going global and so are IT-enabled business processes. Can any political agenda really change that?
Built to order
As more companies outsource the design and manufacture of their products, a compelling case for product lifecycle management software has emerged.
Touching the void
Obtaining the end-user ‘buy-in’ to critical IT project rollouts can be the difference between success and failure. What’s the secret?
The bedrock of B2B payments, the BACS system, is finally moving into the Internet age. Are businesses ready to move with it?
Infoconomy survey shows that organisations are tackling the pressing need for ID management head on.
A degree of scrutiny
Proposed regulations will force businesses to conduct thorough risk analysis of their IT operations.
Flying the Linux standard
The City of Munich has confirmed it will switch its 14,000 users from Windows to Linux.
An interview with Stanford University’s pioneer of event processing.
Interim CEO Ken Cron explains how CA can clean up its profile after a prolonged financial scandal.
A standard response
The vested interests of storage have finally agreed on a standard that will enable the mixing and matching of multiple vendors.
An examination of some of the recent developments in the mobile communications sector
An alternative Brew to Java
Single point of failure
Analysis of the latest figures from the IT services market.
Recent deals and takeovers, as SSA Global rebounds from bankruptcy with purchases of Marcam and Arzoon.
Offshoring has become a political minefield, says Kenny MacIver.
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
IT recovery takes hold
First mobile virus strikes
Software ‘undervalued’ by directors
Netegrity: Identity affirmed
Security spending rising rapidly
Letter from America
A primer on mobile connectivity.
Oracle’s antitrust hearing has exposed new depths in discounting, Andrew Lawrence?