Stories From The Issue Of » December 19, 2005
Everyone Wants One
Demand for BlackBerrys and similar devices is growing even faster than anticipated. But as mobile E-mail booms, so do the challenges.
Scott Kveton? Blake Caldwell? Here are some people you probably don't know who will shape IT in the coming year.
The tech industry is filled with overhyped technologies and underappreciated ideas. Great concepts like electronic medical records have to build traction. Conventional wisdom, like there's an IT skills shortage, sometimes turns out not to be true. It's not always clear how these things are going to pan out in the long run. In that spirit, InformationWeek offers the most overblown and underestimated technologies, ideas, and trends of the past 12 months.
- The Advisory Council SmartAdvice: A Checklist For Determining IT Spending
- John Foley Editor's Note: Innovation, Influence By Another Name
- Bob Evans Business Technology: Google Becomes An Irresistible Force
- John Soat IT Confidential: Honesty, Integrity, And King Kong's Relevance
- Letters To The Editor
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