When IT all goes wrong
Ten IT crisis moments… and how they could have been prevented.
CIO survival guides
The best IT management books for those who would rather avoid disaster than deal with it.
Convergence or collision?
Fixed-mobile convergence is almost a reality. But service providers have yet to find a business model.
Smart companies are using new printing and scanning technologies to cut costs and ensure compliance.
Rumours of the death of VMS…
How is the venerable operating system holding on at the heart of many mission-critical systems?
In the new-look analysis section this month:
- Rekindling the IT manager’s love affair with mainframes
- Securing messages with quantum cryptography
- Industrialising application development
- Understanding web analytics
The Gartner CEO on enhancing the analyst company’s own ‘ability to execute’ in the wake of its takeover of rival firm, the Meta Group.
PEER TO PEER
IT security threats are well understood at a corporate level but the reasons for investing are not. Information Age readers get to the heart of the matter in the latest in our series of roundtable discussions.
The battle for the corporate data pipe
As bandwidth is relegated to commodity status, Internet service providers are rushing to improve their networks and bolster their services portfolios.
Numbers up for offshore outsourcing, IT services and communications vendors.
Mergers & Acquisitions
CA and Micromuse expand their network management, while the thin client sector sputters back to life.
Systems failures have led IT to be viewed in terms of risk rather than as a panacea, says Kenny MacIver.
A primer on information quality tools.
The Mobile Revolution
Andrew Lawrence states IT’s case as the foundation for operational effectiveness and competitiveness.