Information Architecture Archives - Page 234

Data analytics maps outer space

Data analytics maps outer space

While many observers of the night sky gaze upward to simply enjoy the stars, Sam Roweis, assistant professor of computer...

December 11th, 2003 Patricia Pickett
Microsoft upgrades CRM

Microsoft upgrades CRM

Microsoft Corp. launched version 1.2 of its customer relationship management (CRM) software Monday, making it available for the first time...

December 7th, 2003 Gillian Law
IBM, SuSE open new software integration centre

IBM, SuSE open new software integration centre

IBM Corp. and SuSE Linux on Thursday announced the opening of a new software integration centre in Toronto, which will...

December 4th, 2003 Cindy Watson
Microsoft seals U.K. schools deal

Microsoft seals U.K. schools deal

The British Educational Communications and Technology Agency (BECTA) has done a deal with Microsoft Corp. that means U.K. schools may...

December 4th, 2003 Macworld.co.uk staff
PeopleSoft revamps fees for JDE customers

PeopleSoft revamps fees for JDE customers

Starting in early 2004, PeopleSoft Inc. will unify the pricing models for its Enterprise software line and the EnterpriseOne line...

December 4th, 2003 Stacy Cowley
McBride letter continues SCO’s Linux attack

McBride letter continues SCO’s Linux attack

Continuing its war of words against the Linux community, The SCO Group Inc. on Wednesday accused free software advocates of...

December 4th, 2003 Robert McMillan
An easy Sell

An easy Sell

You don't have to sell executives on the notion of reducing the amount of junk e-mail flooding their inboxes, according...

November 30th, 2003 Blair McQuillan
Licensing evolution needed: execs

Licensing evolution needed: execs

Software licensing practices must change to accommodate economic and technology trends, officials stressed at the recent SoftSummit conference in San...

November 26th, 2003 Paul Krill
More on the information explosion

More on the information explosion

If you're feeling overwhelmed by information overload lately, you may not be alone. The amount of new information stored on...

November 26th, 2003 Grant Gross
Clustering: How Ontario took on customer service

Clustering: How Ontario took on customer service

Since 1998, the Ontario Public Service (OPS) has been driven by a new vision of government, meant to be customer-centred,...

November 11th, 2003 Vince Molinaro