Stories From The Issue Of » March 29, 2004
Up For A Fight
The European Union, product delays, and Linux momentum test Microsoft, but they also may drive its competitive spirit
Open Source, Part 2
A second generation of open-source tools such as databases and app servers is winning business converts. But do they have the innovation and influence to prosper?
Decades after IBM introduced the System/360, the company still believes in mainframes
The New Economics of Information Security
Information-security managers must grasp the economics of security to protect their companies
- Making Automation More Flexible
- Brighter Future In Video Games
- In Short: PeopleSoft Adds Apps
- In Short: BPM Standard On Way
- In Short: Faster Bomb Scanning
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: One Reward I Can Do WIthout
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Do The Right Thing, And Reap The Benefits
- John Soat IT Confidential: Phishing, Spamming, And The FBI's CIO
- Herbert W. Lovelace Secret CIO: Another Outsourcing Done Him Wrong Song
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Cheaper, Yes--But Is Microsoft A Value?
- Lou Bertin The Observer: The Next Step In Innovation Rests With Users
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Measuring Business Value Of IT Investments
- Jim Nash Best Of Listening Post
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