Stories From The Issue Of » October 27, 2003
It's been a buyers' market for years, but now some software vendors want to charge more. One CIO warns that the attempts could backfire
File Sharing's Close-Up
Music execs wish they'd embraced online business models sooner. Hollywood had better be quick to learn that lesson.
All Eyes On Cell Phones
SMS messaging is popular overseas. Will it become an important communication tool for U.S. businesses?
- Getting The IT Mix Right
- Workflows Speed Fulfillment
- How Sweet IT Is
- In Short: Stay On Top Of Suppliers
- In Short: Vendors Target UpShot Customers
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Build New Sales Relationships
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Make Windows XP Self-Maintaining
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Software Vendors Gamble On Fee Hikes
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential: A Guidebook To Business Technology
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Readers Sound Off On Stock Options
- David Post and Bradford C. Brown On The Horizon: Who Really Won In The Cable Decision?
- Parry Aftab The Privacy Lawyer: Want The Low-Down On Your Cheating Spouse? Consider That You May Be Breaking The Law
- Lou Bertin The Observer: Outsourcing Debate Must Move Beyond Cost
- John Soat Book Review: Great Scandal Makes For Great Reading
- Book Review: Guilty Pleasure
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