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November 2000

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    ASPs bitten by ferocious market

    Nick Huber

    Four in 10 IT directors cannot list the main business benefits of using an application service provider (ASP), according to...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    Personalised shopping for Benetton customers

    Benetton venture United Web is employing the Blue Martini customer interactive system to enable a more personalised and convenient online consumer experience...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    New domains are not a solution

    The Web moved one step closer to getting more domain names this month, with the selection of seven new top-level domain (TLD)...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    Bluetooth could interfere with Lans

    Users considering the implementation of Bluetooth wireless personal area networks (WPans) into environments containing wireless local area networks (WLans)...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    Paper-thin screens will hit the market next year

    The latest digital display from Canon promises to make screens almost paper thin, writes Eric Doyle.

    Last week, the company demonstrated a...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    ICL plans to boost hot-desking

    Troubled computer services company ICL is planning a significant increase in the number of its workers "hot-desking" as part of a strategy to break even...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    MPs boost Chinook fight

    At first glance, today's report by MPs of the PublicAccounts Committee (PAC) tells the story of flawed engine control software on the Chinook Mk2...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    Study shows management is key to IT project success

    Full user involvement, professional project and change management, and commitment from the top are the keys to IT success highlighted by a new BCS report...

  • November 29, 2000 29 Nov'00

    Sun auctions its server hardware

    Eric Doyle

    Sun Microsystems is trialling auction sales of its server hardware in the UK following successful tests in the US.