DEPARTMENT: Editorial pointers
DEPARTMENT: News track
COLUMN: Digital village
A tongue-in-cheek look at serious security issues.
COLUMN: The profession of IT
Solidarity, not software, generates collaboration.
DEPARTMENT: Call for nominations
DEPARTMENT: ACM honors
Substituting disk for RAM, disk-based computation is a way to increase working memory and achieve results that are not otherwise economical.
Why do good users make bad decisions?
New products, new markets, and new forms of production impel the creative destruction of free enterprise. Open source software appears to be creative destruction …
What service-quality attributes must Internet banks offer to induce consumers to switch to online transactions and keep using them?
It would include details of the processes that produced electronic data as far back as the beginning of time or at least the epoch of provenance awareness.
The goal of an LMS, devised by a growing number of universities, is to offer faculty instructional support. The actual use of these programs, however, suggests thatsupport is elusive. An experience at National Taiwan University …
Use the new PCR risk metric to find ways to enhance security, avoiding one-dimensional metrics like ALE that could risk an organization's survivability.
More could be done to reduce rising online fraud rates.
Face-to-face meetings may be invaluable, but they are not a panacea for the challenges facing teams spread around the globe---managers must also prioritize activities before and after these meetings to help team members stay …
A balanced combination of management support, technology, and organizational structural factors is necessary for successful knowledge management program implementation.
Always considered an area dominated by North American institutions, there are signs afoot that the globalization of IS research productivity is making moves, particularly in Asia and Europe.
Considering the role of IT as a variable in health care institution quality assessment.
COLUMN: Technical opinion
Comparing the U.S. IT job markets of the 1990s and 2000s.
COLUMN: Inside risks