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October 2000

  • Former ilion chairman returns to spearhead launch of Asita



    Former ilion chairman Wayne Channon has returned to the IT industry — but steered clear of the distribution channel — by taking on the...

  • AOL seeks poll position in the flat-rate scramble

    The unmetered ISP market has proved a minefield for some big players and the waiting game with BT has caused confusion among...

  • Debate: Will digital cameras supersede film photography?

    Digital cameras have already attracted droves of devotees - but are their celluloid counterparts ready for retirement? The...

  • User-focused schemes rewarded

    Tameside's public service IT project pips Camden and Southampton to the post

  • What a circus!



    Was it really only a year ago that we were frantically working day and night to ward off the millennium bug? Rightly or wrongly there are many people who...

  • Tomorrow, the world...

    How can you ensure consistency when your company wants to establish a global e-presence? Alison Classe sets out the options

  • Turning e-dash into e-cash

    Making money from e-business is a top priority for many companies.Liz warren reports on the areas you need to concentrate on to...

  • e-Government: the whats, whys and whens

    Cabinet Office minister Ian McCartney says UK Online means the Government wants to get people online rather than having to wait...

  • £1.8bn ASP success for housing quango



    Mike Simons

    The Housing Corporation, the giant quango which hands out government money for social housing, has taken bids with a...

  • Women put off by IT's image

    Women are ideally placed to succeed in the IT sector, but the possibility of hitting a 'glass ceiling' in their careers is...

  • You too can be a star

    So popular has IT recruitment become and so great the current demand for people with top information technology skills that...

  • Thumbs down for accountants

    Traditional accountancy firms and conventional umbrella services are failing to meet the needs of today's IT contractors,...

  • Wireless printing from mobile phones is here

    Mobile phone users will soon be able to print information from their handsets using Bluetooth technology, following a...

  • i-drive



    Mike King

    Web-based storage provides an invaluable tool for the researcher, executive, or any Internet surfer. Web pages can be saved online...

  • Whose jurisdiction covers us?

    We host a Web site for a UK firm in the US and membership data is stored on the US server. What are the implications of the Data...

  • Users must invest in extra security locks



    Companies are deluding themselves if they spend a fortune on technology and then rely on simple password protection to keep the hackers out, according to...

  • Wap may yet dominate the world



    Despite well-publicised shortcomings over its speed and lack of proper testing, Wap services are set to have half a billion users by 2002. Its legions of...

  • UK manufacturing offers golden IT opportunities



    The time has never been better for the IT department to make its presence felt in manufacturing and distribution companies. The key is to embrace the...

  • Two weeks and counting

    The e-business event of the year is nearly upon us. The organisations here have all been shortlisted in the Computer Weekly...

  • What's a virtual keretsu?



    Paul Mason

    e-business

    Virtual keretsu: if you haven't heard that piece of...