IT in vertical markets
- November 08, 2004
Offshore outsourcing expert Tandy Gold believes that properly executed offshoring programs can be a win/win for everyone involved, including employees who might otherwise have been displaced. In part two of this SearchCIO.com interview, Gold, author...
- October 21, 2004
At this week's Gartner Symposium ITxpo, one expert said cutting-edge networking issues like MPLS and VoIP are transforming enterprises, paving the way for application convergence.
- October 12, 2004
You can't spell "vital" without "IT." Techies working in health care are making healthy amounts of money, as IT becomes a vital part of Rx.
- 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.
- September 20, 2004
What separates the leaders from the followers? One established leader says there are six qualities that make the difference.
- September 01, 2004
Lands' End CIO Frank Giannantonio discusses how IT has helped lead change -- and improve -- the retailer.
- March 29, 2004
The Six Sigma methodology was developed in the 1980s by Motorola Inc. to reduce manufacturing defects and improve customer satisfaction. Today, many CIOs at non-manufacturing enterprises are turning to this successful process-improvement ...
- March 10, 2004
Sears says it guarantees the good life at a great price, but if you want a PC from Brand Central, you'll have to get a good life somewhere else.
- March 08, 2004
Offshore outsourcing is a moving target for both state and federal lawmakers. So far, none of the bills have become laws, and right now CIOs shouldn't dwell on the legal rhetoric. There are plenty of other offshore risks to worry about.
- March 04, 2004
Richard Rognehaugh, CIO for the state of Tennessee, discusses the pluses of having an entire state as his customer, the challenges of having the taxpayer as the boss, and compares his public gig to his previous life in the private sector.
- 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.
- January 21, 2003
The Bush administration used Oracle AppsWorld as a platform to announce its planned 12% increase in federal IT spending for fiscal 2004.
- January 08, 2003
Manual procedures used by a financial services firm to select and secure tape backups go the way of fractions of stock shares.