Articles By Frank Hayes

Be proactive to keep risk in perspective

Be proactive to keep risk in perspective

Corporate IT is a risky business. That's not new, but it's truer now than ever before. Technology, business conditions and...

January 31st, 2004 Frank Hayes
Save the coders

Save the coders

If you had any doubts about the effects of offshoring on IT pay, you can stop doubting. According to a...

January 19th, 2004 Frank Hayes
DCML: Less is more

DCML: Less is more

If you've been trying to figure out what this new Data Center Markup Language is all about, you're not alone....

October 17th, 2003 Frank Hayes
How to compete

How to compete

Can you compete against outsourcing? Sure you can. Are you competing against outsourcing? Probably not. Why not? Probably because you...

August 4th, 2003 Frank Hayes
Sabotage solution

Sabotage solution

Say you're an IT manager with a project that's doomed. You know it's doomed. Everyone on the project team knows...

June 30th, 2003 Frank Hayes
Business leads IT

Business leads IT

Computerworld (US) At a breakfast meeting at last week's Cutter Consortium Summit 2003 conference, one deep thinker pointed to FedEx's...

May 2nd, 2003 Frank Hayes
How to avoid IT burnout

How to avoid IT burnout

OpinionHow bad is the IT burnout problem? Pretty bad. Last month, Meta Group Inc. was set to issue a report...

April 3rd, 2003 Frank Hayes
Avoid burnout

Avoid burnout

How bad is the IT burnout problem? Pretty bad. Next week, Meta Group Inc. will issue a report that says...

March 26th, 2003 Frank Hayes
Outsourcing angst

Outsourcing angst

Vivek Paul is worried, and he has reason to be. He figures the clock is ticking on the software engineers...

March 13th, 2003 Frank Hayes
Which Microsoft are we dealing with?

Which Microsoft are we dealing with?

Dave Stutz likes Microsoft Corp. Windows - he thinks it "makes a hell of a good client." But Stutz also...

March 6th, 2003 Frank Hayes