Articles By Lee Copeland

Contract specialists urge protection for software

Contract specialists urge protection for software

With so many technology vendors struggling to keep pace in a sluggish economy, some savvy IT executives are adding new...

November 8th, 2001 Lee Copeland
Businesses tap IT after staff, budget cuts

Businesses tap IT after staff, budget cuts

The ongoing economic slump is prompting businesses to devote IT resources to projects aimed at keeping downsized enterprises humming in...

November 5th, 2001 Lee Copeland
Businesses tap IT after staff and budget cuts

Businesses tap IT after staff and budget cuts

The ongoing economic slump is prompting businesses to devote IT resources to projects aimed at keeping downsized enterprises humming in...

November 4th, 2001 Lee Copeland
More For The Money

More For The Money

As the list of fizzled start-ups grows, so does the pool of talented IT professionals in need of a new...

September 3rd, 2001 Lee Copeland
IT Support For Remote Offices

IT Support For Remote Offices

It wasn't a typical week. But then again, nothing about managing IT services for a remote office ever runs like...

August 12th, 2001 Lee Copeland
Y2K quick fixes spark new round of upgrades

Y2K quick fixes spark new round of upgrades

For National City Corp., a bank with more than 1,500 corporate and retail chains, data conversion concerns didn't go away...

December 29th, 2000 Lee Copeland
Online vote bidding declared a Web hoax

Online vote bidding declared a Web hoax

After changing its Web address twice to avoid the long arm of U.S. law, Vote-Auction.com halted its quest to sell...

November 13th, 2000 Lee Copeland
Inprise to change its name back to Borland

Inprise to change its name back to Borland

Struggling tools vendor Inprise Corp. plans to return to its roots and change its name back to Borland. After accumulating...

November 13th, 2000 Lee Copeland
Sun offers new J2EE licensing plan

Sun offers new J2EE licensing plan

Earlier this week, Sun Microsystems Inc. introduced a new licensing and royalty plan for its Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)...

September 13th, 2000 Lee Copeland
Few companies ready to outsource to ASPs: survey

Few companies ready to outsource to ASPs: survey

Although many companies may want to unburden themselves from maintaining software applications, the majority of large and small businesses aren't...

August 10th, 2000 Lee Copeland