Enterprise business applications
- October 07, 2004
It's not exactly a tidal wave, but the number of SMBs leaning on Linux for their desktop computing needs is on the grow.
- October 01, 2004
The findings of a new report suggest Linux is making huge gains with small to medium-sized businesses. But will the widespread adoption of Linux on the desktop at the low end mean the operating system will lose its appeal to larger companies?
- September 30, 2004
A CTO in the know is out to debunk some of IT's tall tech tales -- and help CIOs get the right stuff on their radar.
- September 24, 2004
A new study reveals that SMBs are much slower to adopt enterprise-wide business applications than their larger counterparts.
- August 12, 2004
Experts at LinuxWorld evangelized for Linux-based messaging and bad mouthed Exchange.
- August 05, 2004
Your company may benefit from an email system designed for small businesses or you may be better off with the fuller features found in an enterprise-level application. Our buyer's guide helps you decide.
- July 12, 2004
Massachusetts CIO Peter Quinn has a plan to reform the state's IT operations, and open source software plays a leading role.
- June 09, 2004
It's a good start to have an ample budget and a commitment to making CRM work -- but it's only the tip of the iceberg. This month, columnist Lisa Loftis of Intelligent Solutions, Inc. delves into the critical factors of CRM success.
- June 08, 2004
These technologies, along with wireless and ID management, are worth watching, but one big wrinkle has to be ironed out before they're ready for the ball.
- June 06, 2004
Yikes! It's really happening. Analysts report that the shift toward Linux and Windows dominance in the data center has begun.
- March 15, 2004
Is it really cheaper, faster and simpler? Our editors go toe-to-toe on the merits (or lack thereof) of the hosted model.
- February 16, 2004
Deployment of radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology is getting a little more static. But RFID should start making waves again once it clears a few hurdles. This Meta Group report spotlights some of the biggest obstacles to RFID adoption.
- February 11, 2004
IBM shows off the customers it has won from Microsoft like a hunter displays moose heads on his billiard-room wall. But can Big Blue really convince more than a handful of NT users that Linux is a viable alternative?
- October 06, 2003
Outsourcing can be a cost saver, but Allstate found an "insurance policy" to guarantee more savings -- software to manage the outsourcing deal.
- September 02, 2003
Can Linux stay open and still gain acceptance in the corporate world? While "penguinistas" may consider it a sellout, experts think the penguin may have to close up a little before it jumps into the IT mainstream.