More IT Dollars Headed for Security

Feb 6, 2002 - Heightened security concerns are forcing companies to devote an increasing amount of their tight IT budgets to security, whether that means buying security software and turning to managed security services. Comments

Advertising Gimmicks Draw Super Bowl Traffic

Feb 5, 2002 - Super Bowl XXXVI wasn't a parade of dot-com ads like it was a couple of years ago, but some advertisers did manage to see their Web traffic spike. It remains to be seen, however, whether gimmicks that send people online sell any products. Comments

Broadband Lacks a European Audience

Feb 5, 2002 - Broadband Internet access is being adopted so slowly that GartnerG2 predicts only 10 percent of the households in France, Germany and Britain will have broadband access by 2006. Comments

Increase in Mobile Workers Creates New Challenges

Jan 31, 2002 - There are more than 78 million remote and mobile workers in the United States, including frequent travelers, telecommuters, multisite workers, non-office workers and mobile office workers, and in the 21st century they all need access to data. Comments

Handheld Market Still Showing Signs of Life

Jan 31, 2002 - The European market for handhelds is still buoyant, IDC found, with an 8 percent increase in shipments for 2001. Comments

Incentives Still Key to Mobile Advertising

Jan 30, 2002 - Nearly all of the respondents to a Nokia-sponsored survey on mobile marketing agreed it would be more widely embraced if it provided a benefit such as keeping the cost of wireless services down. Comments

Internet Part of the Family in Canada

Jan 29, 2002 - The average Canadian family spends more than 32 hours per week online, according to an Ipsos-Reid study, and the majority of families would choose to take their computer in the old "desert island" question. Comments

Wireless, Broadband Changing Face of Telecom

Jan 29, 2002 - Consumer adoption of wireless and broadband services could mark what Forrester Research calls "the beginning of the end for conventional telecommunications networks." Comments

SMBs Could Drive Software Market

Jan 28, 2002 - Small and medium-sized businesses could be a major force in the software market, according to Jupiter Media Metrix, which expects financial management, CRM and e-commerce applications to lead the way. Comments

Internet Key to Communication Among Youth

Jan 25, 2002 - The Internet has become the primary communication tool for teens, surpassing even the telephone among some groups, according to a study by AOL. Comments

iTV Awaits Prime Time

Jan 23, 2002 - Stop us if you've heard this before: the interactive TV market is beginning to take shape in North America, but it won't rely on advertising and may never catch the European market. Comments

PC Market Has Nowhere to Go But Up

Jan 23, 2002 - The U.S. and worldwide PC markets both suffered from a decline in shipments in2001, according to preliminary figures from Gartner Dataquest, marking only the second time that's ever happened. Comments

Broadband Prices Are Up; Adoption Rates Are Down

Jan 17, 2002 - Rates for consumer broadband Internet service rose steadily throughout 2001, climbing to their highest levels on record by the end of the year, according to ARS, Inc. And it may not be a coincidence that the number of broadband subscribers isn't growing... Comments

2001: An Online Travel Odyssey

Jan 16, 2002 - Online travel sales were in the midst of what e-commerce research firm comScore calls "almost juggernaut-like growth" at the time of the Sept. 11 attack, and they haven't recovered yet. Comments

Wireless Voice Encroaching on Wireline Customers

Jan 15, 2002 - The number of wireless voice subscribers in the United States has grown from 109 million at the end of 2000 to approximately 128 million at the close of 2001, according to a Yankee Group survey, which means carriers are running out of potential customers... Comments

Time for IT to Rise from the Ashes?

Jan 14, 2002 - Coming off the first-ever year-to-year drop in U.S. IT spending, there's no lack of research predicting 2002 will be a better year to be in the technology business. Comments

PeopleSoft To Nab Annuncio

Jan 11, 2002 - The Pleasanton, Calif.-based business software maker will score its third acquisition in less than a year with the purchase of Annuncio's intellectual property and certain assets. Comments

Despite Economy, European E-Commerce Forecasts Stand

Jan 10, 2002 - Forrester Research predicts the online retail sector in Europe will grow to €32.8 billion in 2002, an increase from its earlier projection of €32.5 billion. Comments

Citizens Taking Government Business Online

Jan 10, 2002 - More than half of American adults with online access visited a government Web site in the past year, according to the National Technology Readiness Survey, but more surprising is the number of people who did business with governments online. Comments

At-Work Surfers Catch Advertisers' Eyes

Jan 9, 2002 - For obvious reasons, the Online Publishers Association wants advertisers to know that the most wanted consumers are surfing the Internet at work, and not watching television. Hardly a shock, but the research still offers seldom seen stats about Internet... Comments

Applications May Lead Europeans to Broadband

Jan 9, 2002 - Only 4 percent of online users in Europe have broadband Internet access, a Forrester Research report found, despite increased usage of the types of applications made for broadband. Comments

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