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Living Through the IT Perfect Storm

Back in the IT good old days -- just three or four years ago -- money was plentiful, nearly all projects wereapproved, expanding bandwidth and the Internet made all things possible, and confidence in the economy ran high. ...

BEST OF ECT NEWS

Supersizing the Supply Chain – And Reducing Costs

As companies rode the e-commerce wave in 1999, they began to purchase technology that promised to solve problems created by the Internet and e-commerce. One such problem was that competitive pressures had compelled businesses to begin exchanging data and collaborating with their trading partners on the Internet ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Riding Out the IT Perfect Storm

Back in the IT good old days -- just three or four years ago -- money was plentiful, nearly all projects wereapproved, expanding bandwidth and the Internet made all things possible, and confidence in the economy ran high. ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

To Outsource or Not To Outsource?

Most CIOs at some point have asked: Should I outsource this IT project? The answer can be surprisingly complex, depending on the reasons for considering such a move ...

What WebSphere Means for Your Business

June marks the five-year anniversary of WebSphere,IBM's e-business application development environment.Many large companies were early adopters of this software; in fact, it is implemented in 93 of the top Fortune 100 companies ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

And the E-Business Idol Is…

Although Ruben Studdard has officially won the American Idol title, edging out Clay Aiken by a razor-thin margin, the search for America's e-business idol is still under way -- and industry observers seem as split over the contenders as the voting public was over the contestants on the top-rated TV talent show. ...

Supersizing the Supply Chain – And Minimizing Costs

As companies rode the e-commerce wave in 1999, they began topurchase technology that promised to solve problems created by the Internet and e-commerce. One such problem was that competitive pressures had compelled businesses to begin exchanging data andcollaborating with their trading partners on the Internet ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

The New Face of B2B E-Commerce

At the peak of the business-to-business boom, which coincided with the dot-com glory days, there were more than 2,000 B2B exchanges, according to eMarketer senior analyst Steve Butler. However, most of those fledgling enterprises did not survive the subsequent bust. ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Is M-Commerce Dead and Buried?

Back in early 2000, mobile commerce seemed to have sky-high potential. A global surveyfound that 61 percent of respondents imagined they soon would be using wireless devicesas universal payment tools, and the analysts who compiled the survey predicted that overall revenue generated by m-commerce would total US$100 billion in 2003 ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Finding the Sweet Spot for Enterprise Storage Spending

In this tight economy, data managers no longer have ablank check when it comes to managing their company'senterprise storage, yet data needs continue to expand. How can enterprises do more with less? More to the point, how can companies walk that fine line between spending too much or too little? ...

E-BUSINESS SPECIAL REPORT

Hidden Costs of Building an E-Commerce Site

On the road to launching a new e-business Web site, all companies budget for obvious costs -- planning, designing, registering and hosting the site -- but if you are not careful, hidden expenses could overwhelm you on the journey. Would-be e-commerce site owners can avoid a lot of surprises by doing just a little bit of homework. ...

Elon Musk's Dec. 2 action to release The Twitter Files: Approve or Disapprove?
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