IT Management Article Archive

  • Tammy Thompson, postgraduate manager at CITI looks at what lessons IT people can learn from recent high profile projects.
  • Paul Brettle, UK country manager, Stonesoft Corporation says that a real world business continuity solution is achieved with the right partnerships and helps differentiate organizations in a competitive marketplace.
  • Employers, clients and agencies are taking more care about checking the backgrounds of freelance contractors and consultants.
  • A vital part of any IT project is effective communications. An IT project can't be considered a success just because the transition from one computer system to another happened flawlessly on the technical end.
  • 'There's never enough time to do a project right first time but there's always enough time to go back and fix it!' Does this sound familiar?
  • Only 29 per cent of IT projects succeed - is it all the fault of IT? asks Laurent Seraphin, director software projects, EMEA, Borland
  • More and more, companies are turning to data integration (DI) software as the foundation, or integration competency center, upon which their overall enterprise data architectures reside.
  • Improving the consistency of IT delivery is a paramount consideration for effective IT governance. Most IT organizations have processes and procedures explaining how services are delivered both for projects and operations.
  • We stand on the cusp of a new era in IT globalization. Offshoring is not new - multinational companies have employed overseas IT workers for more than a decade.
  • Dr Jenny Dugmore of ConnectSphere and chair of BSI Service Management Committee looks at the progress of BS 15000 – the world's first service management standard.