Content posted in August 2002
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  8/30/2002  | 
Taking Stock: Diversification Can Take Some Of The Volatility Out Of Tech Investing
Commentary  |  8/30/2002  | 
A diversified portfolio is the best bet for most investors.
On The Horizon: Let's Get Going With Simple And Affordable Broadband
Commentary  |  8/29/2002  | 
Ubiquitous broadband is necessary for the Internet to live up to its full potential
What Are You Willing To Pay For Quality?
Commentary  |  8/28/2002  | 
Ira Grossman offers five tips for establishing the ROI of a company's software-quality initiative.
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  8/23/2002  | 
Taking Stock: Patience Is A Necessity In Boom-and-bust Semiconductor Market
Commentary  |  8/22/2002  | 
Cyclical industry may not have escaped its downturn.
The Observer: Rebirth And Construction Forsythia
Commentary  |  8/22/2002  | 
A year's perspective on Sept. 11 offers simple hopes, deep humility, and wishes of strength for all those who are rebuilding, says industry observer Lou Bertin.
Decision Support: You Can't Outsource Liability For Security
Commentary  |  8/22/2002  | 
Security requires a process, people, policies, education, and technologies to work together
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  8/16/2002  | 
Taking Stock: This IT Workhorse Plows Steadily Through The Rocky Economy
Commentary  |  8/16/2002  | 
It may be easy to ignore Unisys, but it's not a good idea.
Langa Letter: Microsoft's Controversial New EULA Terms
Commentary  |  8/14/2002  | 
Fred Langa looks at the new language in Microsoft's End User License Agreement, and shows how you can protect yourself against unwanted software updates.
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  8/9/2002  | 
PDAs: Always Pushing The Barrier
Commentary  |  8/8/2002  | 
Limitations to what PDAs can handle are a moving target, Giga VP Carl Zetie says. Check out the latest changes before ruling PDAs out of--or into--your platform plans.
Taking Stock: Boards Of Directors Don't Always Protect Shareholders' Interests
Commentary  |  8/8/2002  | 
Is $92 million really necessary to attract a talented CEO?
Secret CIO: But It's A Business Favor, Herb, Not Ethics
Commentary  |  8/8/2002  | 
The only bright side was that he was in my office because no one in our IT shop would help.
IT Confidential
Commentary  |  8/2/2002  | 
Taking Stock: Leading Infrastructure Companies Try To Stay Afloat
Commentary  |  8/2/2002  | 
Vignette struggles; Interwoven expects to break even soon.

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