Stories From The Issue Of » January 29, 2007
Does Software Consolidation Stifle Innovation?
The software industry is quickly settling into a gang of four: IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and SAP. Where will the next billion-dollar competitor come from?
IT Culture: Too Safe For Comfort
InformationWeek Research finds many IT shops are overly cautious when it comes to experimenting with new technology. It's time to get back to innovation that drives business.
The Green Machine Challenge
Got HIPAA and SOX under control? Get ready for environmental issues, which are looming on the horizon as another big financial and logistical headache for storage managers and CIOs.
Service Providers Team to Fight Spam
A who's who of major service providers and technology vendors are preparing to tighten the noose on Internet abusers.
- John Soat IT Confidential: Computers And Football: Made For Each Other
- Rob Preston Down To Business: Another (Unconventional) Look At Executive Compensation
- From Our Blog
- EBay: Skype Goes Light
- Brief: Novell-Microsoft Partnership Bears Fruit At Wal-Mart
- Brief: IBM Sells Its Printer Business To Ricoh
- Forget The Chart, Check The Cell Phone
- Credit Suisse Disruptive Technology Portfolio Mover Of The Week: Tibco
- The Ticker
- Google 'Bombs' Defused
- Careers: Two Moves Show IT Architects In High Demand
- Windows Vista's Day Has Arrived
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