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September 2000

  • The weakest link in the chain

    Breifing: If you want to communicate with the office when travelling abroad you'll need a suitcase full of adaptors. Eric Doyle...

  • Sun goes cheap and cheerful with $2bn Cobalt acquisition



    Sun has accelerated its push into the server appliance market by buying Cobalt Networks in a share swap deal valued at $2bn (£1.2bn) writes Nicholas...

  • E-business awards: SME award



    The live wires of the Internet

    The three companies that have made it to the shortlist in the SME E-Business Award are shining examples of...

  • E-business awards: CRM award

    The customer has never been more empowered than in Internet age. The companies on this page have all succeeded in improving their...

  • Europe faces e-skills shortage

    Europe may be poised to take charge of the world's e-business economy, but unless serious skills shortages are addressed, the...

  • E-envoy defends 3G sale



    Mike Simons

    Alex Allan, the outgoing e-envoy, has slammed claims that the third-generation (3G) mobile licence auction will saddle...

  • Entering the post-Y2K doldrums

    Our biannual survey of IT spend shows that it is firmly back in synch with the GDP index after the Y2K boom. John Riley reports

  • Customer service: lifelines on the Web

    When customers connect to your applications through the Internet you may not know who they are, what they're using or what their...

  • Contractor action plan over IR35 legislation



    A contractor group is urging its members to claim for company benefits in the light of the Government's tax legislation for freelance IT staff, IR35....

  • Customers find CRM suits them

    Julia Vowler discovers that customer relationship management is a favourite of the financial services sector, but although they...

  • Is huge IT staff transfer to EDS lawful?



    Tony Collins

    A test case in the European Court of Justice could decide whether the UK Government has awarded some large IT procurement...

  • Intel unveils personal client architecture for the 3G sector

    Forget Wintel, it's going to by Symbintel - at least, that was the message from Tokyo as Intel announced its personal client...

  • Just 37 get security cert



    Bill Goodwin

    Only 37 UK organisations have been awarded a certificate for the government-backed security standard, more than two years...

  • Mobiles are currency of tomorrow, says Virgin

    You will never have to worry about having change in your pocket when you want a drink in the future, if the Virgin Mobile...

  • E-business spending explosion



    John Riley

    Investment in e-commerce systems has rocketed in the past year, according to extensive user research.

    Spend by IT...

  • E-business awards: Design award



    The bold and the beautiful

    You can set up an impressive e-business engine, but if you don't pay due attention to content design, you'll be...

  • Don't forget the human touch

    A Web presence can substantially reduce business costs but savings should not be chased at the expense of customer relationships,...

  • Further tangles for Web trade

    New legislation could make online shopping less of a gamble for European consumers, writes Robert Dunt

  • Hanging up on BT's stranglehold

    The government is bringing out a white paper on telecoms regulation.

  • Hackney launches HackneyConnect site



    One London council has leapfrogged over other sites in order to drive e-commerce and e-government ahead

    Prime Minister Tony Blair's...