Fruits of labour

Fruits of labour

If it seems like lately there hasn't been much good news for people who work in IT, consider this: According...

September 14th, 2004 Frank Hayes

B-to-B acquisitions highlight data quality

B-to-B acquisitions highlight data quality

Three vendors with roots in business-to-business integration have snapped up data synchronization specialists in recent weeks, highlighting the growing importance...

May 2nd, 2004 Ann Bednarz

What it takes to make it in tech today

What it takes to make it in tech today

When I joined a major telecom provider four years ago, the future of the business, and my career for that...

February 9th, 2004 Christopher Murray

Can’t we all just get along?

Can’t we all just get along?

In the summer of 2002, the accounts payable department at Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corp. faced a full-fledged financial crisis. Somewhere in...

February 2nd, 2004 Stephanie Overby

Merril eyes virtual SANs in massive project

Merril eyes virtual SANs in massive project

IT managers at Merrill Lynch & Co. Inc. are weighing a multimillion-dollar project to deploy intelligent switches that could virtualize...

January 26th, 2004 Lucas Mearian

How business orientation shapes IT governance

How business orientation shapes IT governance

Enterprises vary in how they compete and how they are organized. Their business governance gives the context for IT governance...

December 31st, 2003 Dr. Marianne Broadbent

Veritas taps utility computing model

Veritas taps utility computing model

NEW YORK - Veritas Software Corp. is introducing new applications designed to make utility computing a reality in the enterprise,...

November 28th, 2003 Stefan Dubowski

Corporate execs attempt IT, business unit alignment

Corporate execs attempt IT, business unit alignment

Although CIOs traditionally rank alignment between IT and business as a top priority, chief financial officers attending a recent conference...

November 5th, 2003 Thomas Hoffman

Palm picks up Handspring

Palm picks up Handspring

Palm Inc.'s recent purchase of Handspring Inc. is a sign of things to come for the handheld industry, according to...

June 27th, 2003 Albert Leonardo