Imagine a library without the Dewey decimal system, and you'll have a pretty good idea of the chaos that is a large Web site.
Stories by Cynthia Morgan
An update that was intended to resolve hundreds of bugs in Microsoft's Office 2000 package turns out to have a few glitches of its own.
Could big iron someday be controlled by little plastic? Maybe.
Slow overseas connections and a nosy neighbor led Duane Wadsworth straight to Click2send.com Inc., a startup that's pushing to become the registered mail delivery service of the Internet.
Microsoft has shipped the first major update to Office 2000 since the suite shipped last year.
Enterprise databases and storage-area networks (SAN) are the two most crucial buying decisions facing information technology managers this year, according to an exclusive Computerworld survey. Other priorities this year, ranked in order according to the number of times they were cited by survey respondents, include replacing older desktop PCs, providing high-speed Internet access for telecommuters, implementing security and managing Web content.
Information technology manager John Kronick has added a Windows 2000 migration to an already full plate at his company, Norwalk, Connecticut-based Purdue Pharma LP.
Mail and messaging services giant Pitney Bowes Inc. has named Gregory Buoncontri to its top information technology position, a spokesman said today.
Microsoft Corp. has shipped the first major update to Office 2000 since the suite shipped last year.
A new pair of communications chips could speed up the adoption of high-speed Internet access for business and home users.
Intel Corp. introduced its own 1-GHz Pentium III chip today, answering Monday's debut of rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc.'s 1-GHz Athlon desktop microprocessor.
"Intuitive Web design tool" is an oxymoron we just can't afford anymore.
The buzz on Computerworld's community forums is all about Microsoft Corp.'s Windows 2000 these days. Should corporations migrate, and if so, when? And already a few knotty problems have cropped up with popular applications and hardware.
Every good salesman's motto is "Stay in touch with your customer," but that can be a tough proposition when the Internet lies between you and your customer. That's one reason why mass e-mailings - of newsletters, alerts and order confirmations - are booming.
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