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
Thought for the day: An Active power struggle
Passport woes point to process and credibility problems
Don't let the intranet stifle communication
IT is invited back into the boardroom as analysts acknowledge its business value
Accessibility: Disable barriers
Strategy clinic: Getting the best return on investment
'Learn the good, the bad and the ugly' from users
Users work on IBM to listen to its customers
Housing charity slashes 70% off call costs with integrated communications solution
Foundations of an IT headache
More change on the horizon for IT bosses
Checks and balances on licensing
Why union membership benefits IT chiefs
Your shout! On Orange SPVs
Thought for the day: e-government and the new Marxism
European Parliament tackles software patent divisions
Thought for the day: Microsoft's mobile battle
HP CEO outlines 'adaptive enterprise' strategy
Independent project reviews reduce IT disasters to save Whitehall £500m a year
Develop skills in a buyer's market
Coal Authority cuts costs and speeds up delivery of homebuyer subsidence reports
Next Move: Employers will not look at my CV
Tailor training for SMEs, says CBI
Demand for CRM skills rises 19%
Sending development work offshore gives companies an edge in a cutthroat market
User view: Open-source software
Get the knowledge
Effective local initiatives in danger of being cut short in favour of national NHS IT plan
Securing more than a return on investment
Going global: Supporting large rollouts
Get out of the sweat shop and onto the web
Thought for the day: Analysts face a shakeout
Look up for tomorrow's security solution
Offshore deals or employees: you decide
Thought for the day: Are you guilty of corporate stupidity?
Thought for the day: Tight purse-strings are in
BEA and Siebel expand integration partnership
Networld+Interop: Nortel to beef up VPN line
Recording industry warns file swappers via IM
Thought for the day: Banking on security
Your shout! On women in IT
Spread the risk and renegotiate contracts
University of Strathclyde implements 10 Gigabit Ethernet to handle huge data load
Is intrusion prevention better than cure?
Late payments, early benefits
The ultimate triumph of the internet
Technology suppliers unite to try to prove the value of IT investment to the business
Socitm president pushes MBA initiative to increase the influence of council IT chiefs
Does Trustworthy computing work?
Negotiating the licensing maze
Take a different route into the boardroom
Building business on ideas from the techies
Thought for the day: The honey trap
Microsoft looks to tie SUS frameworks
Fujitsu won £800m Post Office contract after misrepresenting itself, says lawyer
Making talk cheaper with voice over IP
HP/Compaq anniversary: Merger goal remains unattained
Finding the new breed of network manager
Thought for the day: To internet or not to internet?
Thin client roll-out helps Scottish police slash support costs and cut travelling time
HP anniversary: HP expands services, but trails IBM
HP anniversary: Work remains on HP/Compaq storage merger
HP anniversary: Software strategy still in flux
HP defends Compaq servers from IBM and Dell
Windows Server 2003: Early users take the plunge
Ballmer: Windows Server 2003 does more with less
Video lectures and interactive learning could be future for university students
The importance of being honest
Thought for the day: How secure is your e-mail?
Next move: How to get a job when newly qualified and without experience?
Storage suppliers collaborate on new SCSI technology
Thought for the day: Fancy a cheap pen?
Work Foundation reports extent of UK incapacity benefit problem
Next move: Where can a Cobol coder get new skills?
Demand for SAP skills on the rise
Department of Health embarks on project to get doctors involved in NHS IT overhaul
Stock exchange real-time data engine will be first to test benefits of Windows 2003