Stories From The Issue Of » November 17, 2003
The Programmer's Future
Will low-cost offshore competition and packaged apps make the in-house programmer obsolete?
The promise of real-time collaboration is a few years from being realized, but some companies are getting a head start
- Stephanie Stahl Editor's Note: Have I Got A Challenge For You
- Bob Evans Business Techonology: There Hangs The Tale, On Two Questions
- John Soat IT Confidential: Patents, Fraud, And Three Times The Work
- William Schaff Taking Stock: Old-Line Company Reinvents Itself
- Fred Langa Langa Letter: Solving Automatic Maintenance Problems
- David Post, Bradford C. Brown On The Horizon: Outsourcing Deserves Policy Discussion
- Parry Aftab The Privacy Lawyer: CPO Watch: Richard Purcell
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: When To Proceed With Caution About Outsourcing
- David Fosbenner Other Voices: Do Tech Companies Even Use Computers?
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