• January 21, 2004 21 Jan'04

    Achiever finalist: Notes brings order to the court

    State prosecutors in Virginia manage court cases using a customized Notes/Domino-based system. The ambitious project has made this IT organization a finalist for's annual Achiever Awards.

  • January 20, 2004 20 Jan'04

    Face-off: Enterprise wireless LANs

    Do enterprise WLANs make sense? One editor says that the security risks are too great, while another counters that WLANs are natural and inevitable.

  • January 20, 2004 20 Jan'04

    Achiever finalist: Service (requests) with a smile

    A Canadian telco tapped Notes to build a system for automating service requests. The project was so successful that it's a finalist for's annual Achiever Awards.

  • January 20, 2004 20 Jan'04

    Face-off: Hiring a hacker

    Two editors take up the debate of whether enterprises should hire reformed hackers.

  • January 20, 2004 20 Jan'04

    Face-off: Microsoft vs. Linux

    Linux vs. Microsoft. Like Pepsi vs. Coke, it will be an argument for the ages. Our editors jump into the fray over which operating system is better.

  • January 14, 2004 14 Jan'04

    2003 True Domino Blooper Roundup

    There's an unwritten rule that lets you confess or rat on your co-workers after a year has gone by. We've gathered the best Domino bloopers of 2003 to get you thinking about what you've experienced in the workplace. Have you made any stupid mistakes...

  • January 14, 2004 14 Jan'04

    IBM Lotus: Domino isn't doomed

    At Lotusphere, expect to find a Domino-upgrade road map that takes shops through 2005. Will users see a bright functional future for Domino, or an attempt at damage control?

  • December 31, 2003 31 Dec'03

    New threats, regulatory woe to cause '04 security headaches

    Virus writers are getting craftier and lawmakers are getting tougher, which should make for an interesting upcoming year in enterprise security.

  • December 31, 2003 31 Dec'03

    Enterprises crave stability for Linux in 2004

    Administrators and experts have had enough with SCO and lawsuits. They want to see Linux take real steps toward mission-critical functionality in mainstream enterprises.

  • December 29, 2003 29 Dec'03

    Economic future not bright enough for shades

    Experts are predicting a slight uptick in IT spending next year but say improvements won't be significant enough to get all warm and fuzzy about.

  • December 29, 2003 29 Dec'03

    If content is king, IBM wants the crown

    Analysts expect content management to be a pivotal component of Big Blue's on-demand strategy in 2004.

  • December 23, 2003 23 Dec'03

    That's (geek) entertainment!

    By most accounts, 2003 was a pretty good year when it comes to things that amuse the IT geek species.

  • December 23, 2003 23 Dec'03

    Sure-fire skills for IT success in 2004

    Your time and money are limited. So we asked the experts which IT skills could mean the difference between a paycheck and the unemployment line in 2004.

  • December 22, 2003 22 Dec'03

    Can I quote you on that? The top IT quotes of 2003

    They're some of the most notable quotables from IT in 2003 -- from Linus Torvalds ripping into SCO to a Microsoft manager's surprisingly "kind words" for open source.

  • December 19, 2003 19 Dec'03

    Workplace keeps going vertical

    IBM Lotus is coming out with another industry-specific edition of its J2EE-based Workplace line. And executives say this is only the beginning.




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