What Sticks: The Life of Brine
Think that biotechnology isn't having an impact on your life? As it turns out, reports Wendy Wolfson, some strange bugs can makes your whites whiter. And that's just the beginning of life at the extreme edges of science.
The Mobile Paradox
Quietly, and without fanfare, mobile and wireless technologies have sneaked into the IT mainstream, Giga VP Carl Zetie says.
The Observer: Turning The Page
We've all experienced enough personal and professional pain to last a decade, much less just one year, says Lou Bertin. Events suggest, though, that it may be time to look ahead and not behind.
"I may have to get a loan and go to MBA school. Can't imagine being out of the workforce for two years. Technology changes too fast for that."
Business Technology: 'Fess Up And Correct Course
There's a foul mood stewing within many companies these days, and among the less-savory ingredients are clunky software, broken promises, lost opportunities, shelfware, stunted credibility, and a healthy dollop of good, old-fashioned, par-boiled anger
Ask The Secret CIO: Be Careful With That Ax, Eugene
Responding to reader questions, this time Herb tackles CRM success, determining who'll be a good manager, coping with annoying cell phone users, and marketing outsourcing services. As usual, the Secret CIO accomplishes all this with good humor and an uncommon degree of wisdom.
"One CIO was at the office of another CIO in the group and had brought an expert from his company to help the other guy."
The computer industry has been taking itself entirely too seriously, says InformationWeek site editor Esther Schindler.