IT in vertical markets
- July 25, 2006
Jefferson Medical Center used business intelligence software to measure and improve employee productivity while maintaining a high level of patient care.
- July 20, 2006
As more small businesses move to a crowded and complicated Internet, they will need to find vendors that can offer more than Web hosting and design services.
- July 20, 2006
Financial data management software vendors claim to reduce compliance costs via workflow and data quality tools. Users say the software helps them save money -- and sleep soundly.
- June 28, 2006
An SOA application that had just gone live came to the rescue on a dark and stormy night, when 52,000 Austin Energy customers lost power.
- June 07, 2006
IT needs to support and enhance business goals. Rich Hoffman, newly minted CEO of the North American IT operations at Hyundai Motor Co., took the mandate a step further, turning IT into a business.
- May 23, 2006
Being out in the middle of nowhere doesn't get you off the hook when it comes to complying with state regulations. Learn how one rural Illinois hospital is trying to give patients 24/7 pharmacy access through a VPN.
- April 12, 2006
Cincinnati Children's Hospital's Karen Maas is turning a creaky help desk into a well-oiled ITIL-based service desk. Now nurses and doctors can focus on making children better.
- April 06, 2006
The high-profile Wal-Mart CIO has a new job, but she leaves an impenetrable legacy to the IT world.
- March 28, 2006
Hal Weiss of Baptist Memorial Healthcare talks to SearchStorage.com about data growth, maintaining patient confidentiality and learning to forecast storage needs the hard way.
- March 22, 2006
An annual review shows government security practices aren't improving. Experts worry it could harm Homeland Security's ability to work with the private sector to stop cybercrime.
- March 08, 2006
The state of Wisconsin walked away from a $2.6 million email integration project using Oracle Collaboration Suite. What went wrong? Some say the CIO.
- February 14, 2006
Business decision makers recently vetoed the storage team at Iron Mountain and chose IBM-branded NetApp filers.
- December 23, 2005
When the consulting firm Katzenbach Partners released a report recently describing a metric -- called the Relative Value of Growth (RVG) -- that purports to measure the strengths and capabilities of outsourcing firms, it caused a stir.
- December 20, 2005
Just in time for the holidays, seven technologies you need to have on your list, courtesy of Forrester Research.
- November 02, 2005
The rules for e-mail archiving vary from one organization to the next. IT should start the ball rolling before it gets the legal department involved in rules for message archiving.