Survey: Continuing friction between business and IT

Survey: Continuing friction between business and IT

One-third of 437 business executives surveyed recently by Forrester Research Inc. said they're dissatisfied with the performance of their IT...

May 30th, 2003 Thomas Hoffman

Newsmaker: Stephen Norman

Newsmaker: Stephen Norman

Merrill Lynch & Co. has shrunk from 70,000 employees worldwide in 2001 to 53,500 today. Its 2003 IT budget of...

April 6th, 2003 Julia King

Safeguarding your company

Safeguarding your company

"If there's no business, there's no need for IT," stresses Elizabeth Beaver, senior manager, Business Recovery for the CIBC Mellon...

March 31st, 2003 Susan Maclean

CIO Leadership for Tough Times: A Roundtable Discussion

CIO Leadership for Tough Times: A Roundtable Discussion

Five CIO members of the Information Management Forum, an international organization of senior information technology and business executives, spoke with...

March 25th, 2003 Rick Pastore

The new lords of e-biz

The new lords of e-biz

Corporate e-business teams with their own IT budgets have all but evaporated, but the CIO's responsibility for developing online sales...

March 14th, 2003 Elana Varon

Cutting costs top IT priority

Cutting costs top IT priority

In the latest instalment of its 2003 Worldwide IT Benchmark Report, the Meta Group Inc. has found reducing cost has...

November 14th, 2002 Albert Leonardo

Nortel moves to target enterprise

Nortel moves to target enterprise

In an attempt to improve its prospects and attract enterprise customers in the process, Nortel Networks Corp. has unveiled a...

October 31st, 2002 Stefan Dubowski

Report: cutting costs top IT priority

Report: cutting costs top IT priority

In the latest instalment of its 2003 Worldwide IT Benchmark Report, the Meta Group Inc. has found reducing cost has...

October 22nd, 2002 Albert Leonardo

Mapping IT’s future

Mapping IT’s future

We received a letter last week from a dispirited worker with 15 years of IT experience. He's been laid off,...

September 11th, 2002 Patricia Keefe