Tales from our man in Baghdad
Thought for the day: Pirates set IT back £17bn
Try the business benefits of blogs
Sobig: spam, virus or both?
Thomas Cook starts to see major savings as IT-driven business overhaul takes effect
Thought for the day: Exporting the future
Microsoft debuts Storage Server 2003
Is capacity planning obsolete?
Don't pass the buck on racism
Universities offer postgraduate IT expertise to local businesses
Server consolidation: the best of all worlds
Thought for the day A matter of strife and debt
Two studies, one conclusion - Holway and Kew reveal changing IT industry landscape
Fighting for IT funding
Mining customer data
Endangered species will be recorded in an online records 'ark' to preserve knowledge
Gloucestershire hospitals integrate voice recognition phone system for 7,000 staff
Rewarding the UK's best IT employers
What makes a good IT employer?
Users bemoan lack of SPV apps
Bankrupt telco cable used for transatlantic disaster recovery project
'Pay-as-you-use' pricing for enterprise application outsourcing won't save you much
Thought for the day: Penguin power in the public sector
Ethernet at 30: The quiet before the storm
Emerging iSCSI viability depends on startups
Cutting the cost of quality mobile video
Matchmaker event brings together would-be volunteers and charities in need of IT skills
New IT waste disposal laws will affect you
Getting the best from IT investment
IT professionals must learn the art of asking stupid questions
Strategy clinic: How should software patches be managed?
MG Rover's ERP refit
Novell calls on SCO to prove Linux allegations
Thought for the day: Law and disorder
Sprint moves to packet-switch network
Activity monitoring boosts data visibility
Dotcoms bounce back
Ban on auditor/suppliers would create management headache for IT directors
Thought for the day: An open source of anxiety for business
Worldwide system for education exchange council makes information more visible
Organic IT replaces client/server
Broadcasters must follow BBC's example to survive, say analysts
Behind Closed Doors: Being valued
IBM targets user base with DB2 enhancements
Printing debate takes centre stage
IT leaders must make do with what they have got
Wan skills come back into fashion
Police chase high-speed connectivity for voice and data traffic across the Midlands
Extending your electronic supply chain
Success for early upgrades to SAP R/3 enterprise
Thought for the day: Sending the right message
Companies are looking up to wireless Wan
The key to trusting all your employees
Ethernet is the future of city connectivity
Building the network of your dreams
Groundswell: IT directors become chief executives' natural allies
How to sue without going bust
British Computer Society: Forensic computing experts find truth in crooks' microwave chips
Storage software is a bigger piece of the equation
Make your CV a winner
Coping with fears of redundancy
Be prepared for possible job cuts
How to do a winning interview
Hot skills for the pick of IT jobs
What now for EDS?
Benchmarks need a pinch of salt
Bosses want real-time intelligence
How best can small firms use broadband?
Infosecurity user group: Solve the security puzzle
Special report: Public sector
Your shout: Responses to Cliff Saran, who found his Windows-powered smartphone did not pass muster
Thought for the day: Instant productivity gain
Microsoft autonomic at last
Whitehall under fire over allegations that UK firms are flouting work permit rules
The tea shops that ruled the IT world
How IT can push cost savings boundaries
The truth behind Charles' grey goo fears
Choosing the correct middleware for EAI
Minister backs open source as future for UK business users
Internet drives demand for IT skills
Privacy: What does it mean?
Thought for the day: It's not all gloom and doom
Establishing the future of smart shopping
US Congress asks, is peer-to-peer an enemy?
Ed Zander: 'We haven't provided end-users with a measurable ROI or return on assets'
Wireless networks in a wired world
E-mail marketing: Etiquette and best practices
Will IT stand or fall?
The way to make projects work
To outsource or not to outsource:That is the question
The search for a supermanager
Watch out! There's a rogue on the rampage
How to deal with a rogue project
Online English courses prepare foreign students for postgraduate internet studies
Supply chain planning: Are customised applications the answer?
IBM unleashes T-Rex mainframe
Thought for the day: CIOs at the crossroads
Could self-healing software be the IT director's way of cutting support costs?
PeopleSoft plans technology blitz to simplify apps