Archive

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...

  • AMD and Intel price war rages



    Intel and its main rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have resumed a price war on microprocessors in the face of slowing demand in the European and US...

  • Banks splash out withpost-crash e-spending



    John Riley

    Shocked by the dotcom hysteria last autumn, and emboldened by the shake-out last March, big corporations are currently on a...

  • Ageism threatens economy



    Despite repeated warnings to companies that they ignore the contributions of 'older' workers at their own peril, a report released last week claims that...

  • Barclaycard in £40m smartcard deal



    Daniel Thomas

    As part of its commitment to issue smartcards to all customers by 2003, Barclays Merchant Services (BMS) has signed a...

  • Gadzoox eases San implementation



    Gadzoox is the latest company to tackle the problem of making Sans (storage area networks) easier to implement, writes Nick Enticknap

    The company has...

  • IBM unveils pSeries challenge to Sun/HP

    IBM has launched the first models in its eServer pSeries, writes Nick Enticknap.

  • If it's not broken, don't fix it

    Some firms don't put their brand on the Web, but the Woolwich believes reputation is paramount Andy Luscombe, e-commerce...

  • Hackney fails to pull ITNet plug



    Hackney Council has still not terminated its contract with ITNet, its revenues and benefits outsourcer, some four weeks after councillors declared they...

  • ISDN charges force London Transport to source ADSL



    Antony Adshead

    E-mail outages and astronomic ISDN line bills from previous suppliers have forced London Transport Property (LTP) to...

  • Icann - the strong arm of the Internet?



    Last week hacker Andy Mueller-Maguhn was elected to the board that governs the Internet, a body whose decisions affect the destiny of entire business...

  • RIP Act extends culpability

    E-commerce expert Catrin Turner explains the implications of the RIP Act, which makes firms criminally liable for intercepting...

  • Sainsbury's IT staff want compensation



    Trade unions are planning to press supermarket chain Sainsbury's for compensation for 900 IT staff transferring from the supermarket to Andersen...

  • Re-ignite potential with reverse headhunting



    David Taylor

    Inside track

    Resignation from a company is fraught with different emotions. Behind the statistics (it costs three...

  • ROI questions haunt dotcoms

    Venture capitalists are putting the squeeze on dotcoms - placing the more vulnerable ones close to the edge

  • 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...

  • 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...