Email has become a nightmare for most organisations. What approaches – involving technology and policies – best address the problem?
More and more outsourcing contracts run into trouble — but technology decision-makers can mitigate the risk of failure.
Wide open source?
Does access to the source code of an application help malicious hackers attack open source programs?
Design for life
Corporate intranets have been subject to years of neglect. How can organisations make them useful employee productivity tools once more?
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
Email can seriously damage your corporate health, says Kenny MacIver.
INSIDER — updates and downloads
Highlights, facts and inside stories from the frontiers of the information economy.
Spending set to rise again
Emails behaving badly
Love me, love my tender
Siebel finds relations hard
Microsoft previews “office of the future”
Lies, damn lies, and storage software
Dotcommers rest to dream again
‘Taggies’ carried away?
Feedback, opinion, amplification, clarification, corrections.
PERSPECTIVE — technology, strategy and financial analysis
Technology decision-makers are in a more powerful position than ever at the negotiating table.
The Information Age interview
Bob Harvey, head of IT, Barnado’s.
Katy Ring, research director, Ovum, on application service providers.
The PC makeover
In the next two years, the PC of the future will be born. What will be inside?
All bundled up
What do users get out of vendors’ software bundling strategies?
FINANCIAL REPORT — financial results
Highlights and comment relating to the quarterly results of the main suppliers of information technology.
Red Hat, Red Ink
Manugistics’ software sales stall
INFORMATION UNIT — industry trends
Information Unit tracks the key trends affecting the global information economy and analyses the evolution of technology in corporations worldwide.
Supply chain management