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Applying lean to application development & maintenance
To make application development and maintenance more productive, IT managers are getting lean.
  


Divide and conquer: Rethinking IT strategy
Just as a company manages different businesses differently, it should manage the IT that supports them differently.
  


Managing next-generation IT infrastructure
The days of building to order are over. The time is ripe for an industrial revolution.
  


Can China compete in IT services?
Fragmentation is keeping the country’s industry from grabbing a larger share of the global software-outsourcing market.
  


How IT Spending Is Changing
IT customers are buying again, but not as extravagantly as they did during the boom. Tech companies must adapt to ensure their long-term survival.
  


Past Articles
Next-Generation CIOs
Profiting From Prepaid Phone Customers
High-Tech Mergers Take Shape
The Answer To Video Piracy
Cracking China's Chip Market
Designing IT for Business
The Truth About XML
Reinventing IT services
Recentralizing IT
Making sense of broadband
More bang for the IT buck
Farming out data centers
Fast-forwarding digital cable
Time for a high-tech shakeout
Getting supply-chain software right
Telecom: Advantage, France and Germany
Who’s accountable for IT?
Baby Bells on hold
Wi-Fi goes to Washington
The Greater China high-tech highway
A hard turnaround for software
The return of artificial intelligence
Playing games with broadband
Can broadband save Internet media?
Managing information security
The future of fiber
Chinese chips
When computers learn to talk: A Web services primer
A regulatory remedy for European broadband
Computers: Why the party’s over
Facing disconnection: Hard choices for Europe’s telcos
Portals for all platforms
Broadband's Latin future
Chips off a new block
The dynamics of European broadband
Europe's high speed mosaic
What do broadband consumers want?
Internet services: Who’s smiling now?
Broadband’s Latin future
Home is where the network is
Weathering telecom’s dark and stormy night
A broadband future for financial advice
DSL will win where it matters
Connecting the unconnected
Cable is too much better to lose
Unchained melody
The promised economy
Profit in wireless B2B
PCs vs. TVs
Programmers abroad: A primer on offshore software
Broadband media: Look before you leap
Showing some backbone
Mobile portals mobilize for scale
Pipe War
Technology after the bubble
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