From war chalk to board talk
Wireless area networks are moving from public 'hot spots' into the heart of the corporation.
Attack on all fronts
New customer channels such as SMS, WAP and digital TV can be a lucrative source of revenue.
Backed by analytics, e-procurement systems are now beginning to pay.
For the record
Records management comes to the fore.
What's holding back universal adoption?
Security from scratch
Software vendors are coming under pressure to stamp out security flaws early on in the development cycle.
Accenture's chief scientist believes that insight, rather than products and services, is the primary differentiator of successful companies.
How does global food giant Heinz use supply chain intelligence to ensure it can meet the demands of its supermarket clients?
Named but not shamed
Corporate lawyer Rosemary Norton of Barlow Lyde and Gilbert advises companies on what to do when the 'software police' come calling.
Saving for the future
UK insurance group Royal & SunAlliance embarks on a £300 million business process outsourcing contract with Unisys.
Microsoft and IBM own the email market. Can they extend that to collaboration?
A round-up of the quarterly results of major technology suppliers.
Business applications software
The crucial deals in the global IT industry in recent weeks, plus analysis of emerging consolidation trends. This month: acquisitions by Cisco and Microsoft highlight the wave of consolidation in the IT industry.
The realities of ebusiness are finally beginning to dawn, says Andrew Lawrence.
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Utility computing: way out there?
IT staff: demand and salaries tumble
The hidden danger of spam
Sailing off into the sunset
The perils of the PC user
Six degrees of separation.com
Fraud detection software
A primer on the booming area of fraud detection software.