Instantly responsive enterprise
Most businesses will soon build systems that enable them to respond instantly to unusual events.
IT's latest windfall
IT directors are using business regulations to justify a new wave of technology investments. What kind of projects are they getting approved?
The Great Pretender
Two years after it acquired Compaq, Hewlett-Packard has started to look like the rival IBM has never had. But do the fundamentals support that challenge?
Lessons from organisations that have put e-learning to the test.
Code open, loophole closed
Contributors to Linux will now have to personally certify their work. But is it a case of too little, too late?
The content of the next version of Microsoft's operating system will indicate whether its business model has taken a new direction.
British American Tobacco
on implementing a service-oriented architecture for more flexible and cost-effective applications integration.
A profile of the UK's first head of electronic government.
Two organisations that control sections of the London Underground have opted for two very different application infrastructures.
There may be bright times ahead for mobile applications providers. But which companies are poised to reap the profits?
Analysis of results from leaders in business intelligence and systems management software.
Recent deals in the global IT industry, as security giant Symantec acquires Brightmail and Verisign buys Jamba.
The IT industry has a seemingly endless supply of 'Next Big Things', says Kenny MacIver.
Feedback on offshore outsourcing, application performance management and staffing shortages.
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
NHS chief pleads for recognition
Web services raises the tide
CIOs ‘set to overspend their IT budgets’
Access fewer areas
Continuity – a management decision
Highlights, facts and stories from the stormy seas of the information economy.
The instantly responsive enterprise
IT budget optimism
HP holds onto lead in EMEA PC market
Data cleansing tools
ERP demand starts to climb
A primer on calculating the value of IT.
Does the outbreak of peace in the IT industry harbour something more sinister, asks Andrew Lawrence?