Articles By Tommy Peterson

E-voting’s rush to failure

E-voting’s rush to failure

In the wake of the painful experiences of 2000, the choice of the mechanism used to record and tally votes...

July 13th, 2004 Tommy Peterson
Search software helps manufacturer merge data

Search software helps manufacturer merge data

When Weatherford International Ltd. began deploying an enterprise-wide ERP system, the company wanted to make sure it gained maximum benefit...

June 30th, 2004 Tommy Peterson
Re-engineering the user

Re-engineering the user

Much has been said and written about the need for software that aligns with and supports the processes and policies...

May 26th, 2004 Tommy Peterson
Vendors aim to exploit unstructured data

Vendors aim to exploit unstructured data

The Internet has buried companies under a mudslide of unstructured data. One of the most pressing problems facing IT is...

October 1st, 2003 Tommy Peterson
IT talk moves to higher ground

IT talk moves to higher ground

- Have you noticed that geekiness is going out of style in IT? The old revelling in speeds and feeds...

July 28th, 2003 Tommy Peterson
Coping with infoglut

Coping with infoglut

The Internet has buried companies under a mudslide of unstructured data. One of the most pressing problems facing IT is...

June 20th, 2003 Tommy Peterson
Bumpy road for Web services

Bumpy road for Web services

Anyone who pays attention to corporate IT knows that there's a long, winding road between the first claims that a...

November 20th, 2002 Tommy Peterson
Where humans and machines meet

Where humans and machines meet

Ray Kurzweil has some advice for you: take care of yourself for the next 10 years, because if you're still...

May 3rd, 2001 Tommy Peterson
Networked storage opens its doors

Networked storage opens its doors

Wai Chong manages information systems at a health maintenance organization. Mark Silva is vice-president of network operations at a large...

September 7th, 2000 Tommy Peterson