Stories From The Issue Of » June 23, 2003
A Japanese supercomputer ignites debate over how the government should seed research for the fastest machines--and whether any of it helps businesses
Unisys Seizes The Day
The hardware vendor has successfully transformed itself into a services firm, but challenges remain in a rapidly consolidating industry
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Adapt Or Prepare To Pay The Price
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Funds Misdirected In Apprentice Program
- John Soat IT Confidential: Spam Plan: Which Side Are You On?
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: The Perfect Rescue Tool
- Jeffrey M. Kaplan Other Voices: Goodbye IT, Welcome Back IS
- N. Venkat Venkatraman Other Voices: The Real Impact Of IT Is Just Beginning
- Gerald Cohen Other Voices: IT Isn't A Commodity And Here's Why
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Success Calls, But The Price Is Steep
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