• Going Postal

    Unless youve opened a port to allow instant messagingAOL, ICQ, Yahoo Messenger, and the likee-mail is probably high on your employees list as a way ...

  • Priorities

    The global economic slowdown has caused information systems executives to shift their priorities, according to the 2001 Critical Issues of Information Systems Management report conducted ...

  • The Flip Side: Faster, Copycat! Burn! Burn!

    I have a friend Ill call Dave. (No, thats not his real name. Yes, hes realthis isnt a cover-up for me.) He works for a ...

  • Oh, Canada: A Shared Portal in the Great White North

    Over the last year, Ive had a chance to talk a number of times with Klaas Westera, president of CSIO, a Canadian broker/carrier association, about ...

  • Workers Comp Line Shows Signs of a Turnaround

    AFTER enduring several consecutive years of deteriorating results, the workers compensation insurance system is showing signs that it may be on the mend. The industry's calendar-year combined ratio, after rising for five straight years to 122 in

  • Core Processing Systems: Why to Buy

    As hardware, software, and programming languages evolve; as the e-business applications they enable become more prevalent, sophisticated, and necessary; and as the roles, sizes, and ...

  • Whats In It for You?

    Microsoft just released a version of the Windows XP operating system designed for devicesWindows XP Embedded. Its a component-based operating system for set-top devices, automatic ...

  • tech connect 2002

    Corrections and ClarificationsAs with any large directory of hundreds of vendors and products, mistakes made their way into our 2002 TechConnect buyers guide. Several companies ...

  • Top Techs

    Shayne Dobbins & Bob LongHawaii EmployersMutual InsuranceOperating as a team, Shayne Dobbins and Bob Long run the IT department at Hawaii Employers Mutual Insurance Company ...

  • Top Dogs

    Every once in a while, we come across a product or a vendor that just impresses the heck out of us. Maybe its the wow ...