Articles By Siobhan Chapman

Suppliers asked to clarify their green IT methods

Suppliers asked to clarify their green IT methods

According to a report released at the U.K. House of Commons, lack of standards is hampering efforts of IT departments...

December 11th, 2007 Siobhan Chapman
Gartner: The new division in IT

Gartner: The new division in IT

IT organizations will divide into two distinct types in the next five years, John Mahoney, vice president of Gartner Research,...

September 16th, 2007 Siobhan Chapman
U.K. IT managers see green tech as ‘moral obligation’

U.K. IT managers see green tech as ‘moral obligation’

IT managers will be under pressure to extend product life cycles as the concept of "total carbon cost of ownership"...

September 11th, 2007 Siobhan Chapman
The cost of late projects

The cost of late projects

For over a third of companies surveyed worldwide, 25 percent or more of IT projects are delivered late, according to...

July 31st, 2007 Siobhan Chapman
Stolen credit cards traded through online stores

Stolen credit cards traded through online stores

Fraudsters are trading stolen credit card details using an online store, according to RSA.The store's database of stolen cards contains...

June 19th, 2007 Siobhan Chapman
It’s the best of times for storage buyers

It’s the best of times for storage buyers

In a tougher-than-usual climate for enterprise storage vendors it may never be a better time for IT managers to open...

October 13th, 2002 Siobhan Chapman
Beware of ‘free’ software vendor offerings

Beware of ‘free’ software vendor offerings

Beware of vendors that offer entire product suites for next to nothing. It is a trap that snares IT managers...

October 3rd, 2002 Siobhan Chapman
IBM Australia, union in talks on up to 400 job cuts

IBM Australia, union in talks on up to 400 job cuts

IBM Corp's Australian 'redeployment' program could see hundreds of workers at its outsourcing division lose jobs, union officials warn.Between 200...

May 28th, 2002 Siobhan Chapman
Data mining to stem insurance fraud down under

Data mining to stem insurance fraud down under

Operating under a tight government budget in a difficult climate for insurance companies throughout Australia, WorkCover found investing in data-mining...

May 23rd, 2002 Siobhan Chapman
F1 racing gets a burst of new technology

F1 racing gets a burst of new technology

As Formula One (F1) drivers speed around the track this weekend at the 2002 Foster's Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne,...

February 27th, 2002 Siobhan Chapman