Stories From The Issue Of » November 11, 2002
Heart Of The Matter
IT architecture is getting a lot more attention these days. The reasons: new tools and new strategies.
One Nation, Under I.T.
The feds say they need more unified architecture to tackle problems such as homeland security
- Chris Murphy IT Confidential: Washington: Where The IT Action Is
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Do The Report--Or Fix The Problem?
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Searching For Bottom In Telecom Market
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: IT Architecture: Assembly Required
- Carl Zetie J2ME Makes Its Mobile Mark
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