Archive

October 2000

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Debate: Will digital cameras supersede film photography?

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

  • Profit in e-delivery?

    The economics of free delivery of goods ordered on the Web just don't add up. So why do businesses think they can make money from...

  • Staff face loyalty conflict



    The growth of the IT services business and electronic trading markets is putting new pressures on IT staff because of potentially conflicting loyalties to...

  • Ready to snap up dotcom bargains?



    Several dotcom companies have now lost in the region of 90% off their market capitalisation compared to this time last year. And the list of high-profile...

  • Procurement: buying the e-way



    Jennifer Major

    Soapbox

    Most large companies are moving to some sort of e-procurement strategy. But in doing this they have been...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • What's a virtual keretsu?



    Paul Mason

    e-business

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

  • 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...

  • 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...