COLUMN: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: The business of software
The human factor in software development is the ingredient that ultimately gives a project team its soul.
COLUMN: From Washington
The contested balance of civil liberties vs. police power was never more apparent than on September 11.
COLUMN: On site
Ignoring the `e' component in business education does a great disservice to students preparing for a career in business.
How collaborative technologies can facilitate face-to-face meetings without the need to even be in the same room.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Game engines in scientific research
Serious computational results are derived from computer-based games.
SPECIAL ISSUE: Internet abuse in the workplace
The ubiquitous nature of the Internet is dramatically revolutionizing the manner in which organizations and individuals acquire and distribute information. Recent reports from the International Data Group indicate the number …
Web addict or happy employee?
"Banana Time" takes on new dimensions when it comes to the Internet.
Cyberloafing in an Asian context.
Regulating Internet activities so that targeted outcomes remain within acceptable limits.
Surveying use policies of three organizations—educational institutions, ISPs, and non-ISPs.
Using a controlled setting to study the effects of monitoring.
The legal basis for workplace surveillance when dealing with two particular Internet abuses.
How can voice over the Internet claim a greater share of the worldwide phone market from the voice infrastructure dominated for more than 100 years by the public-switched telephone network?
What do end users want? A survey of helpdesk services found they're more likely to turn to informal and online sources of support, including friends and vendors.
Though the TCO of end-user workstations can always be reduced by sacrificing end-user service, careful planning can reduce the costs without the sacrifice.
COLUMN: Technical opinion
The UML sits at an architectural crossroad. Will UML 2.0 resolve the problems of UML 1.x or will it succumb to the dreaded second-language syndrome?
COLUMN: Thinking objectively
The kitchen proves an ideal setting to illustrate how stability and change work together within software.
COLUMN: Inside risks