Articles By Poonam Khanna

A domain name by any other name

A domain name by any other name

To many companies today, Shakespeare's question "What's in a name?" must seem a little cavalier. Ask any company with an...

February 13th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Freedom of speech sucks on the Internet

Freedom of speech sucks on the Internet

The Internet may be a limitless frontier, but increasingly there seems to be room enough only for large corporations....

February 8th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
What

What

To many companies today, Shakespeare's question "What's in a name?" must seem a little cavalier. Ask any company with an...

February 8th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Chip maker stumbles in race to market

Chip maker stumbles in race to market

The race was on and last March Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Inc. inched its way past the 1GHz mark just...

January 25th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Web revolution only just begin

Web revolution only just begin

We're in the midst of a revolution - one that will have as far reaching an effect as electricity and...

January 15th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Internet revolution is only three per cent complete: IBM

Internet revolution is only three per cent complete: IBM

We're in the midst of a revolution - one that will have as far reaching an effect as electricity and...

January 11th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Xerox flows into the digital office

Xerox flows into the digital office

Sometimes, not having the most current information could be disastrous.On any given project, London, Ont.-based construction company EllisDon Corp. could...

January 11th, 2001 Poonam Khanna
Here

Here

If the world had its way, Al Gore would be the next president of the United States.This at least is...

December 20th, 2000 Poonam Khanna
Here

Here

If the world had its way, Al Gore would be the next president of the U.S.This at least is what...

December 14th, 2000 Poonam Khanna
Look mom, no code

Look mom, no code

If there was one point PeopleSoft executives wanted user-conference audience members to take home, that was "There's no code on...

November 30th, 2000 Poonam Khanna