Help For Health Care
President Bush is pressuring the health-care industry to expand its use of IT. But where will the money come from?
Sun Releases Code
Company plans to make OpenSolaris available to anyone interested by midyear
IBM unveils technology to improve server performance and integrate applications
The Weblog Question
People are starting Weblogs in growing numbers, but the owner of the content isn't always clear
IT Plays Big Part In GDP Growth
The IT component of gross domestic product grew at an annual pace of 16.5% in the fourth quarter, its best performance of the year.
Hands Off Those Processes
Optinuity's process-automation software aims to cut the amount of work by I.T. staff to keep systems going
Court Puts RFID On The Docket
County juvenile court in Georgia will use the technology to track the 12,000 files on the children that pass through the system each year
Google Debuts AdWords API
The search company's application programming interface gives developers the ability to exchange data between the AdWords system and ad-campaign-management systems.
Crime Fighter BI
Florida's efforts in law enforcement data-sharing, analytics and reporting can teach all BI practitioners a thing or two.
Editor's Note: Technology's Reach Is Limitless
In a matter of years, more computer intelligence will be embedded in places that we never imagined (or maybe we've imagined it, but it's years from reality): household devices, highways, even the human body.
Business Technology: IT Transformation: Two Companies That Get It
In Part 2 of our three-part series, as you try to determine which technology vendors are tactical suppliers versus those that are strategic business partners, consider this: Do they talk only about scalability and manageability and reliability, or do they talk about nimbleness and agility and opportunity? Do they emphasize their ability to help you maintain competitive advantage, or do they help you conceive and build new and more-valuable competitive capabilities for the future?