Online Extras: June 2003By Baselinemag | Posted 2003-06-09 Email Print
An assortment of articles, presentations and content exclusive to Baseline online.
Topline (p. 16-17)
Case Dissection (p. 38-56)
Here's the Key Largo, Fla., company's response to its rival's technical and operational encroachment.
Eckerd Takes It To The Next Level
Case Dissection Preview: When Eckerd decided in 2001 to bring technology operations in-house, CIO Ken Petersen bet his job that he and his staff could do it better than IBM.
Sound Off: Can you save money by bringing technology operations in house?
CIO Takes Insourcing To The Bank
Five years ago, outsourcing technology was hotter than the stock market, and an easy sell to the board of directors. That age of "win-win" has turned into a technology hangover. It is the time to take control of tech services and build an internal operation. Where to begin? Start by downloading this
Dossier (Online exclusive)
Software vendors, like retailers, face an old dilemma: differentiating their wares from those of the company next door. Retek's approach is a more complete menu of retail-management products than the next guy. Peruse Retek's
Be sure to check out our Dossiers on offshore outsourcing specialists
- The network stack described in a white paper at HackersCenter.com
- The network stack from a Web site without "hacker" in the URL
- A white paper from Arcturus Networks
- Is Layer 8 may be more than a cocktail-party joke?
Calculating Return (p.82)
The cost to business from the SQL Slammer Worm ran into the billions of dollars, according to many analyst estimates. Download this Baseline
This method of handling network traffic identifies and analyzes packets of information before they reach a server. But do you need to use it? This quick quiz will tell you if you need to make the switch.
Links to articles on the OSI model and on the realities of Layer 8.
Calculating Costs (p.84)
Which architecture should manage your company's data?. Download this
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