IT

A weighty majority of IT executives believe it's important to implement green IT initiatives in their companies, and in many firms the chief executive is the biggest proponent, says a new survey by CDW corporation....

For Oskar Anderson, it's remixing and virtualizing State of Wisconsin applications to increase flexibility and squeeze out more useful life. For Brian Tennant, it's gathering data on the applications that Bethesda Lutheran uses in order to preserve institutional knowledge and add value. Legacy modernization is...

WTN Interview: Mark Hennessy, CIO of IBM, came from the business side of the shop, and his version of CIO leadership has one overriding requirement. That requirement is to not only understand the business strategy, but also set it, enable it, and execute it in...

Madison, Wis.—Wisconsin businesses are in a better position to remain globally competitive following the Wisconsin Supreme Court's 4-3 decision in favor of Menasha Corp. in a sales tax dispute involving customized software, according to local businesspeople and lawyers. ...

Milwaukee businesses continually miss out on the new waves of technological change that move through the American economy, according to Mason Wells' John Byrnes. But by focusing attention on the "grand challenge" problems in local industries, and by providing collaboration tools to encourage more interdisciplinary...

Web surfers soon may be riding two very different waves if certain broadband providers pull the trigger on metered charging. If this new business model takes off, no longer will heavy users be paying the same price as everyone else for Internet access, which strikes...

Metropolitan Milwaukee ranks 34th nationally in high-tech employment and a disappointing 55th in high-tech job growth, according to the 2008 Cyber Cities report issued by the American Electronics Association. These and other Cyber City numbers have placed added importance on collaborative efforts like the Milwaukee...