Customers take charge
Consolidation, lower licence fees, extended support periods, zero charge-outs… they all point to a new era of customer power in IT.
Pressure on decision makers to respond faster to changing circumstances is stimulating a fundamental shift in data warehousing strategies.
Organisations are changing the way they manage access to disparate corporate systems in a bid to increase security and cut costs. Year in review
If there was a year when the IT profession grew through its adolescence, then it was 2003. Multiple forces drove a new maturity in the industry.–>
Microsoft has put a price on the heads of virus writers. But will a $250,000 reward end the security threat?
Chief security strategist Scott Charney discusses Trustworthy Computing.
Computer Associates' CEO has transformed the company's fortunes.
…of Brunel University explains how best to bridge the classic business/IT divide.
Sally Annereau of Taylor Wessing explains the new rules on email 'spamming'.
PeopleSoft's tactics to fend off Oracle's takeover bid are good news for customers.
Human capital management technologies promise to fully unlock the potential of the workforce.–> WIRELESS FOCUS
An examination of some of the recent developments in the mobile communications sector
Nokia and viruses
Month in review
A round-up of the month's most important technology industry news.
Analysis of the latest quarterly results from some of the industry's key players.
Recent deals in the global IT industry. This month: Epicor buys Scala and Cedar swallows Goldenhill.
Customers have redressed the user/vendor power imbalance, says Kenny MacIver.
Views on email management, instant messaging, public sector work and innovation.
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Big Brother is watching… and making arrests
Death of Silicon Valley pioneer
Executives retreat at HP
Demand for IT staff to grow
SCO lawyers exercise stock option
Infamous for 15 minutes
CIOs pressured to deploy faulty apps
'IT consultants are cyberskivers'
A primer on the technologies and organisations working on the web's future.
Global IT Management: A Practical Approach