Business Technology: Words Are IT's Bridge To Credibility And Funding
We all know that IT matters and just as surely, so, too, does language matter. It might be comfortable to lean on the specialized internal jargon of our professions, Bob Evans says, but business-technologists need to continue making big strides in dropping the Soap and picking up the concepts, themes, and language of business.
AOL Readies Online Ad Blitz For Broadband
The campaign, scheduled to start June 1, aims to show prospective members the value of its premium services as consumers continue their switch from dial-up to high-speed connections.
Business Technology: Business Weather Forecast: Hot Or Not?
There's lots of good news out there, along with some unsettling developments. What's going on? Bob Evans explores how our attitudes today will affect business down the road, and says keep an eye on objectives of business innovation, optimized processes, customer intimacy, and ever-increasing speed and opportunism.
Cisco Still Mum On Reported Code Theft
It's still not commenting on a report on a Russian Web site that a sizeable portion of the code for its Internetwork Operating System has been stolen and is circulating on the Internet.
RFID Could Be Boon To Small Businesses
Academics and industry executives at the E-Business Is Business conference were told that in time, RFID could help small, nimble businesses get an edge over bigger rivals.
SEC Fines Lucent $25 Million
The penalty is a settlement of civil fraud allegations because the company failed to fully cooperate in an investigation of its accounting,
Chambers: Networking Is Back
Cisco's CEO said in his keynote speech at NetWorld+Interop that IT spending is on the upswing, and that Investments In IT are helping to improve productivity.