Microsoft moves towards collaborative computing, but should you upgrade?
Outcome of Newham trials could kick start shift to open source by local authorities
UK IT suppliers increase spending on R&D
Enterprise architecture: how to drive business value from IT
XML forms are key to Office 2003 development platform aspirations
User group consolidation strengthens our voice
Making websites accessible for all
Basel II presents an IT headache
CMA refocuses work due to telecoms downturn
Marks & Spencer begins the UK's largest in-store trial of RFID tagging technology
Is banning e-mail a viable way for IT to avoid being crippled by storage costs?
Real wireless Lans, real choices
Thought for the day: Guard your IM privacy
Thought for the day: Magnificent obsession
Disaster fears drive storage choice
Financial IT workers implement leading-edge technology to complement the business
Government must stump up more cash for for hardware, software and staff training
IT can aid a green future
Pension schemes threatened by age laws
Opt back in to the 48-hour week
Exchange makes messaging easier
Price optimisation will be the next big challenge for retail IT
Rapid change puts premium on new skills
Suppliers introduce price incentives to get users to invest in the latest PC hardware
CRM Siebel's hosted service delivers branded CRM to businesses put off by high costs
Governments under pressure to beef up anti-spam legislation to protect business
Thought for the day: Peaceful co-existence in our time?
UK academic shows US IT giant how to improve flagship network monitoring tool
Get the budget you deserve
What does the future hold for databases?
Demand-driven supply network requires optimisation across products, customers and operations
Thought for the day: Never on a Sunday
IT spending: The CFOs strike back
Changing the face of reality TV
Thought for the day: Treat IT as a commodity
Wal-Mart mandate fuels interest in EPC Symposium
IT is key to improving competitiveness of UK companies
UK IT industry: 'We have a bright future'
Thought for the day: Patches are only the start
HR outsourcing requires preparation and communication
Users will benefit from CIO-Connect acquisition
Membership and associate titles added to BCS professional grades
Will patients suffer to pay for new NHS IT?
How Bluetooth can work for your business
Strong security is years away, says Microsoft
Blazing the Easyjet trail
Voice will power the future of the web
Are you ready for the accounts changeover?
High-bandwidth functions move closer to reality for wide area corporate networks
The biggest names in IT snore their way to £1m
Cardiff to upgrade to 40 Gigabit Ethernet
Satellite VPN a cheaper way to fast web links
Users warned to audit Linux and Unix after 'high-risk' vulnerability
Budgets push return to centralised computing
IT bosses must keep tight rein on customisation of new Office apps
Next Move: How do I overcome lack of experience?
Attacks drive firewall demand
Number of strikes is on the rise
BCS career development scheme cuts staff turnover and absence
Users should lock down Windows or get ready for expensive updates
Adaptive blueprints on demand
How IT managers can learn the business
Sun pricing model impresses users
Thought for the day: Big is bountiful
What consolidation means for business intelligence users
Telecoms tops agenda at party conference events
Advice on data storage problems
Survey finds majority of IT staff are ethical
Construction industry addresses core IT issues
How can I ensure my staff are trustworthy?
The next big thing in IT? We have it already
The best in the IT business start the countdown to the BCS awards
Bank of Ireland deal - a worrying benchmark?
New standards promise portal nirvana, but don't hold your breath
From blogs to k-logs
DCom dangers offer lessons for .net users
NetLedger upgrades suite and takes new name
ISC releases patch to block VeriSign's Site Finder
Supermarket tunes into wireless
Five common search engine mistakes
Sun prepares to shine after gloomy spell
Thought for the day: The cost of negligence
UPS tests Wi-Fi at retail stores
How the national programme came to be the health service's riskiest IT project
The public sector employers offering the best places to do IT in local government
Back to the mainframe for the next big thing
Thought for the day: Open source, open season
Unweaving the tangled web of dumb data
California law covers online trade
Security: No place to hide
Strategy clinic: Is all software development going offshore?
Managers still resistant to work-life balance ideas
Rewarding excellence in business
Fresh approach lets users access all their PC programs and files from a mobile
Could Linux e-mail be your best option?
The next big threat
Is spam a threat and how can I block it?
Next move: Which supplier course should I take?