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Linux More Expensive? Maybe
Commentary  |  10/29/2004
Something about this time of year makes me even more suspicious of spin than usual. So when I read Steve Ballmer's e-mailed message to customers and partners, I wanted to find out a little more about the research he used to defend his position against Linux.
Without Safety Nets
News  |  10/29/2004
Will super-efficient supply chains take one beating and fail to keep on ticking?
Downplaying Upgrades and Other Mistakes of the 21st Century
News  |  10/29/2004
Our interconnected world forces application users to face reality: It's time to upgrade.
SmartAdvice: Small Banks Should Use An ASP And Their Agility To Differentiate Service
Commentary  |  10/29/2004
As more banking moves online, small and midsize banks must use their agility to keep customers, The Advisory Council says. Also, Google has to sharpen its focus to be competitive in enterprise search; and a CIO must develop staff leaders to enhance the business.
Emergency Rooms Get New Data Source To Reduce Medical Errors
News  |  10/28/2004
Emergency rooms in several Massachusetts hospitals are using a new electronic tool to access patients' prescription information from insurance claims to improve safety and quality of care.
R U Compliant?
News  |  10/28/2004
Sarbanes-Oxley Act compliance is nothing if not a real-time challenge. Creating a good information flow among potentially hundreds of stakeholders requires a new influx of technology, including solutions based on instant messaging.
The Cure for Healthcare?
News  |  10/28/2004
Just like ER: Healthcare professionals demand mobile intelligence.
SBC Drops Broadband Prices For New Customers
News  |  10/28/2004
SBC Communications will lower the price of its high-speed Internet service for new customers.
Tech Upgrade Helps Protect Wildlife
News  |  10/28/2004
Washington wildlife enforcement agents use new in-car computers and high-speed wireless data services to protect the state's fish and animals.
Hughes Touts Satellite Broadband For Businesses
News  |  10/28/2004
Its Multimedia Services delivers video via satellite for corporate TV, Web conferencing, multimedia, and digital advertising.
Report: U.S. Falling Behind Rest Of World In Broadband Adoption
News  |  10/28/2004
U.S. slips to thirteenth place worldwide and digital divide widens because of government policies, concludes study.
Optimizing Workforce Communication and Productivity
News  |  10/27/2004
Employee collaboration utilizing instant messaging brings value over email.
Two Wireless Broadband Standards Get a Boost
News  |  10/26/2004
Intel and Clearwire agree to push WiMAX technology and network development while Netgear and Flarion join to create hardware for FLASH-OFDM.
PeopleSoft Tries Out CRM In A BlackBerry
News  |  10/26/2004
Enterprise Sales for BlackBerry is designed to deliver full application functionality, including alerts on hot sales leads, prescriptive analytics, and remote security.
Lombardi Boosts BPM Modeling With Upgrade
News  |  10/25/2004
Lombardi Software introduced a new version of its business process management (BPM) software, with improvements in modeling, process simulation and activity monitoring.
Voice-Over-IP Could Save Big Tax Bucks, Study Says
News  |  10/22/2004
Federal, state, and local agencies could cut costs by $4.5 billion annually by making calls over the Internet.
Business Technology: Cyberinsecurity And A Hot Job Market
Commentary  |  10/22/2004
Nietzsche, who would no doubt have worshipped hackers, said that out of chaos comes order. Bob Evans says he doesn't know about that, but does know that unless software companies and their customers begin to think very differently about security, then out of today's cybersecurity chaos will come massive job opportunities for computer-security majors.
AT&T Writes Off $11.4 Billion In Third Quarter
News  |  10/21/2004
Massive loss results from write-down of assets and staff reductions; overall revenue drops 11.7% from a year ago because of declines in long-distance voice and data, the company says.
RFID: Don't Miss The Innovation Opportunity
Features  |  10/21/2004
As companies wrestle with demonstrating a clear business case for RFID, they can lose competitive ground if they don't at least begin experimenting. And in that process, it's well worth considering the use of RFID on an internal basis.
SmartAdvice: Write IT Plan For Nonprofit That Incorporates Values
Commentary  |  10/19/2004
Measure the value of IT to a nonprofit in a plan with definable standards, The Advisory Council says. Also, plan around security concerns when implementing RFID; and protect confidential HR information the same way as other company data.
Keane Reports Strong Third Quarter
News  |  10/19/2004
Revenue jumps 17% and net income 45% for outsourcer with operations in U.S., U.K., Canada, and India.
GM CTO Says Software Will Be Part Of Bumper-To-Bumper Warranties
News  |  10/19/2004
GM is facing major changes in the role of information technology, with software a growing component of vehicle cost and performance, and its use of outsourcing changing with the end of its EDS contract.
Why It's Time for FP++
News  |  10/19/2004
Finding a measure to effectively size applications has never been more complicated: Here's how using a 30 year old concept can help.
A Good Idea With Some Loose Ends
News  |  10/19/2004
Nexaweb attacks Web app performance, but neglects data management.
Dashboard Tool Introduced For Financial Services Firms
News  |  10/19/2004
The Web-based application is the second in a series of industry-specific tools designed to ease performance management rollouts.
The Collaborative Effect
News  |  10/19/2004
New business strategies and processes are putting pressure on IT to produce real-time information. Some of the most valuable stuff is held in manufacturing execution and plant processing systems. Integrating these resources is hard -- but competitive business value is the reward.
SMB Excel-eration
News  |  10/19/2004
Small to midsized businesses (SMBs) often begin -- and sometimes end -- their quest for business intelligence with Microsoft's ubiquitous Excel. However, with an increasing number of add-ins -- not to mention a long look at what's up with Microsoft Business Solutions -- SMBs' options will multiply.
Measuring Up
News  |  10/19/2004
Small to midsized businesses (SMBs) are living a golden age as new technology options give them the stuff to compete -- or at least partner more effectively -- with the largest organizations. But SMBs have to be smart; even in an on-demand world IT infrastructure is critical to flexible growth.
Evolution Sometimes Favors the Small
News  |  10/18/2004
Market forces pressure SMBs and also provide relief.
VoIP: Easier Voice, More Locations
News  |  10/18/2004
Two vendors plan service for voice calls from 11,000 Wi-Fi locations.
Strategic To Tactical
News  |  10/18/2004
Oracle's new planning application includes ad hoc reporting tools, and it analyzes data using performance metrics.
Microsoft And Cisco Partner On Network-Access Security
News  |  10/18/2004
The vendors will collaborate on their approaches to PC quarantines, but Microsoft's Network Access Protection gets delayed by more than a year.
Gupta Out, Swete In At PeopleSoft
News  |  10/17/2004
The exec who oversaw the integration of the J.D. Edwards product line has left the building at PeopleSoft.
Innovation Insights: A Look Ahead
Features  |  10/17/2004
A collection of stories and ideas from vendor executives and business-technology professionals who look forward to the future.
Microsoft-Cisco Team
News  |  10/15/2004
The vendors will collaborate on their approaches to PC quarantines, but Microsoft's Network Access Protection gets delayed by more than a year.
Managing Risk
News  |  10/15/2004
Postal Service switches to Lockheed to save money and get partner to absorb problems
SmartAdvice: Consider Limited RFID Adoption As The Technology Sorts Itself Out
Commentary  |  10/15/2004
Don't retool your factory, but consider limited RFID use as it moves into the supply-chain mainstream, The Advisory Council says. Plus, there's room for blade servers and rack-mounted servers in many IT architectures; and weigh cumbersome against secure in deciding on passwords, biometric-based ID, or some combination for security.
Langa Letter: Favorite Tools, Utilities, And Add-Ons
Commentary  |  10/14/2004
What ''must have'' software do you install on your PC? Here's Fred Langa's list of his personal favorites.
Siebel Sees Sarbanes-Oxley Taking Toll On Economy
News  |  10/14/2004
Speaking to a gathering of private equity investors and startups seeking funding Tuesday night in Silicon Valley, the founder and chairman of Siebel Systems Inc. questioned whether the biggest business opportunities lie in the United States, blaming the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and all the hand-wringing over how stock options are expensed for a business environment that's taken top execs further away from their customers than ever.
Wi-Fi Installed In Big D Arena
News  |  10/12/2004
The American Airlines Center deploys Wi-Fi to improve customer service, internal operations, and security. RFID may be used in the future as well.
What The Future Holds
Features  |  10/12/2004
Six computer scientists take a look into the future. What's in store? Think speed.
On-Demand CRM Competition Heats Up
News  |  10/8/2004 and RightNow venture onto each others' turf while Salesnet adds products and services to engage partners.
Ford Adds IP Network To Communications Mix
News  |  10/8/2004
IP provides lower costs and higher speeds over existing satellite network
AT&T's Gambit: Relying On Automation To Make Up For 12,000 Fewer Employees
News  |  10/8/2004
AT&T's top IT exec says automation of its IT systems will let it shed more than 12,000 jobs this year without hurting its network or service.
SAP's Agassi Unravels The Meaning Of NetWeaver
Features  |  10/8/2004
SAP says its NetWeaver application and integration platform is important, but has had a tough time explaining the technology. SAP's chief technologist has a go at it.
Siebel's New CEO Discusses Shift To Customer Service
Features  |  10/8/2004
Mike Lawrie says Siebel, in the past, hasn't done enough to ensure that a customer achieves CRM success. Now, it will try harder with a new focus.
Software's Next Step
Features  |  10/8/2004
Services-oriented architectures are being embraced by business-technology specialists charged with creating more-efficient IT infrastructures
AT&T Plans Steep Job Cuts, Asset Writedown
News  |  10/7/2004
AT&T reveals it's slashing 7,500 more jobs than expected and taking a huge writedown on its assets. Many analysts have speculated that AT&T will make itself a more attractive takeover candidate by cleaning up its books and reducing depreciation expense.
Senate Passes Bill To Create Intelligence Organization
News  |  10/7/2004
Legislation would change management of intelligence groups and oversight of terrorist watch list.
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