Practical Tools for New Ideas
Innovation is the wellspring of prosperity. This second part of a series looks at products that help spur new ideas - and prevent them from dying on the vine.
News & Analysis
Open-source databases pinpoint demand ... EMC and HP say storage plus content management add up to information life-cycle management ... SAN matures.
When Simple Won't Do
Our new column begins with a warning: When it comes to integration, beware the "magic bullet" delusion.
Right in Time
To survive today's challenges, businesses must take a long look at their data warehousing investment - and break traditional barriers to delivering strategic and tactical information faster.
The Making of a Real-Time Hero
Data warehousing has prospered in support of strategic decision-making. Now, as business intelligence expands, the world looks to the sky, not for a bird or a plane - but for a data warehouse that meets real-time, tactical demands.
Stop Proliferating ODSs
Everyone knows about the rise and fall of data marts: Will operational data stores suffer the same fate?
Novell HQ Moves to Boston Suburb
It's the end of a computer-industry era, as Novell moves from its
long-time headquarters, which was located just a short commuter bus-ride from
the Mormon Tabernacle.
Dr. Dean Gets Rich Client
The DeanForAmerica.com Web site uses Laszlo Presentation Server 2.0, which serves up a rich experience to visitors.
The Changing Face Of Oracle
CEO Larry Ellison talks about the company's new presidents, new products, its hostile bid for PeopleSoft, and international markets.
Key product releases, with a focus on data warehouses.
Army Turns To IT To Help Keep Morale Up
US Army Community and Family Support Center CIO Rick Thomas is searching for ways to use IT to improve the quality of services his organization provides to soldiers and their families.
Stealing the Show
Reporting is the hottest thing in the BI market. Careful thought will make your investment a success.
FCC Cites AT&T Wireless Complaints
The wireles carrier, now accepting acquisition bids, was the subject of nearly half of the FCC's consumer complaints about number portability.
Buyouts Hurt Verizon's Bottom Line
It lost $1.4 billion in the fourth quarter due to the costs of buying out 21,000 employees, overshadowing the fact that it added 1.5 million customers to its market-leading customer base.
Ohio Names New CIO
Greg Jackson, who's been the de facto CIO since 2000, now has the job officicially.
Researcher: SMBs Wary Of Depending On Microsoft
The Yankee Group's web survey of 600 small and medium businesses (SMBs) found 43 percent of decision-makers concerned about over-reliance on Microsoft; and of that group, almost three-fourths were actively seeking other vendors to diversify.