Stories From The Issue Of » August 09, 2004
Open Source Stress
Customers brace for the future as the intellectual-property agendas of the biggest tech companies seem ready to collide
Keeping The Lights On
Power utilities have spent millions on business technology in the hope that they can make last year's regional power outage the last of its kind. Here's what they've done so far and what still needs doing.
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Reinventing A Business Model
- Bob Evans Business Technology: From Offshore Outsourcing To Global Competitiveness
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential: Executive Swaps And Expletives
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Declining Prices Could Mean Opportunity
- Parry Aftab The Privacy Lawyer: It's Time To Build A Data Map
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: Link Business Units With Common Architecture
- Gene Alvarez Opinion: Focus On RFID's Possibilities, Manage The Pitfalls
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