Stories From The Issue Of » April 14, 2003
IT departments must adopt the process-optimization practices and productivity increases they've enabled in other parts of the business - First in a three-part series
The Threat From Inside
The biggest danger to computer systems comes from employees. New products address the problem.
- Carl Zetie Machine-To-Machine Integration: The Next Big Thing?
- David Post and Bradford C. Brown On The Horizon: The Next Small Thing? No, In A Word
- John Soat IT Confidential: If Privacy's A Contract, Who's The Winner?
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Spring Numbers Don't Smell Too Sweet
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Readers Brace For The Future
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Tiny Tags Produce A Big Payback
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- The Government CIO 25: These influential and accomplished government IT leaders are finding ways to be cost efficient and still innovate.
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