IT Vendor Selection and Management
- April 14, 2006
Analysts say the ActiveX patch may confuse users and create problems for Windows managers.
- April 13, 2006
Off the shelf might be just fine for IT services, but offshore contracts should be custom-made. Gartner offers tips for "contracting effectively in a globally sourced world."
- March 29, 2006
Bundled licensing for Microsoft's management product suite will debut next month.
- March 29, 2006
More vendors are adopting open source business models. Columnist Paul Gillin offers advice on how users can leverage this new vendor interest to their advantage.
- March 23, 2006
Despite the benefits cited by analysts and vendors alike, companies deploying both on-demand and on-premise CRM are few and far between.
- March 15, 2006
According to a new study, if you selected a vendor based on cost savings alone your bubble is bound to burst.
- March 07, 2006
Some firms are moving their entire IT operations into on-demand, and Salesforce.com is helping them do it with its new release.
- February 14, 2006
Symmetricom might be a pip-squeak by some standards, but it has to pay full freight on Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. The surprise solution? A giant vendor.
- February 03, 2006
With the arrival of SAP's long-awaited on-demand CRM offering, which competitor is hurt the most and who will emerge?
- January 31, 2006
Experts are predicting a shake-up in the outsourcing market, as contracts worth billions come up for renewal.
- January 30, 2006
Forrester Research has identified the some of the best vendors in email marketing and predicts future trends for this evolving market segment.
- January 19, 2006
Forrester Research offers four tips for working through the critical phases of mergers and acquisitions.
- January 12, 2006
CIO Nicholas Valadja and corporate vice president David Zimba aligned forces to create the sort of industry turnaround that IT execs dream about.
- December 13, 2005
Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has cleared CIO Peter Quinn.
- November 08, 2005
Indian BPO providers working to protect their reputations and customer data have issued workplace security rules tighter than most in the U.S.