Articles By Mark Hall

Ryder steers towards environmental IT practices

Ryder steers towards environmental IT practices

A company gets motivated to cut energy consumption for many reasons. Government regulations, saving money and public relations are near...

February 28th, 2008 Mark Hall
Green in and out

Green in and out

There are two kinds of people: optimists and pessimists. Sadly, I'm one of the latter. So I wasn't surprised when...

September 3rd, 2007 Mark Hall
Is IT to blame for security woes?

Is IT to blame for security woes?

Surveys single out IT for blame... ... in a growing security crisis. If you oversee mobile, remote or wireless-based workers,...

November 22nd, 2006 Mark Hall
Offshore pay increases won’t raise outsourcing costs

Offshore pay increases won’t raise outsourcing costs

Offshore wage gains won't raise the cost of IT work heading to India. So claims Marc Hebert, executive vice president...

May 23rd, 2005 Mark Hall
Computerworld (US)

Computerworld (US)

Seriously. When IBM Corp. entered the personal computer business in 1981, Apple Computer Inc. — then the dominant market leader...

December 15th, 2004 Mark Hall
Thieves among us

Thieves among us

Shouldering project management responsibilities isn't for the average Joe or the fainthearted. It requires people who have a relentless, or...

February 16th, 2004 Mark Hall
SAP TECH ED : SAP unveils developer network, ‘GUI Machine’

SAP TECH ED : SAP unveils developer network, ‘GUI Machine’

LAS VEGAS - At its TechEd '03 conference Tuesday, SAP AG launched a new online collaborative environment for developers and...

September 10th, 2003 Mark Hall
Trust, but verify

Trust, but verify

Once, back in the 1990s, I hosted an invitation-only party for my magazine at a trendy bar in Boston. My...

April 13th, 2003 Mark Hall
MS security czar critiques efforts

MS security czar critiques efforts

Listeners praised Microsoft Corp.'s recent efforts to improve product security and patch management after hearing them described in detail by...

February 24th, 2003 Mark Hall
Premier 100: Worst-case scenario for IT security

Premier 100: Worst-case scenario for IT security

What if everything went wrong?That's the possibility security experts confronted here Tuesday at Computerworld's Premier 100 conference as panelists with...

February 24th, 2003 Mark Hall