Stories From The Issue Of » January 19, 2009
CIO Prescription: How IT Is Riding Out The Recession
Some companies are cutting their IT budgets in response to the recession, while others are focusing on smart spending to be ready for the recovery.
UPS: Positioned For The Long Haul
Some quick-return projects are moving up the priority list, but much of the delivery company's $1 billion in IT spending positions it for an upturn.
Innovators & Influencers
A SaaS trailblazer, a REST activist, a firewall revisionist, even a president will all shape technology in the coming year.
Outlook 2009: Business Technology Pros Weigh In On Their Plans
There's no agreed-upon strategy on how companies are confronting the economic downturn in their IT budgets. And don't count on any less demand for IT projects to make this any easier.
InformationWeek Analytics: An Inconvenient Data Center
Wild price swings in the energy market and Al Gore have likely raised the green concept to your CEO's desk. This InformationWeek Analytics Report provides a high-level overview of the state of green IT initiatives to help you assess your current footprint and the options available.
- Rob Preston Down To Business: Is Satyam Really India's Enron?
- John Siefert Publisher's Note: Magazine Redesign Adds Deeper Analysis
- Bob Evans Global CIO: Align IT With Customers, Not Business
- Art Wittmann Practical Analysis: Not Just Another Analyst Play
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