Table of Contents
Like its predecessorsthe pencil, paper, and calculatorcomputers must be within arm's reach, mobile, and palm-accessible in order to make a difference in the classroom.
Breaking down the partitions that divide the digital world.
Seymour E. Goodman, James B. Gottstein, Diane S. Goodman
The numbers prove women embrace the "precision" of mathematics. Could it be the ill-defined nature of computing is what drives them away?
Paul De Palma
Rajiv Dewan, Abraham Seidmann
Financial institutions may need to expand the idea of index stocks to survive in the new economy.
Kemal Saatcioglu, Jan Stallaert, Andrew B. Whinston
Companies that ignore customerization are at risk.
Yoram (Jerry) Wind
Bundling will play an important role in the evolution of e-banking.
The final stop on the Internet route.
Banks have a short time period to either establish themselves on the Internet or risk being overtaken by new entrants.
Christopher P. Holland, John B. Westwood
Moving to a dynamic supply chain.
Steve John Simon
Interaction technology can enhance the interplay between trust and technology.
Bill Welty, Irma Becerra-Fernandez
Overlooked opportunities exist to recover products.
Jos van Hillegersberg, Rob Zuidwijk, Jo van Nunen, Diana van Eijk
Dominating the air cargo supply chain will be impossible without true connectivity.
Girish Ramachandran, Sanjay Tiwari
Leveraging information technology for effective retail distribution in India.
Whichever way the IT department chooses, the result should never lose sight of the user.
David Schuff, Robert St. Louis
For the sake of overall corporate performance, users and IS professionals need "consonance" when evaluating system performance.
James J. Jiang, Marion G. Sobol, Gary Klein
Students benefit from learning about testing and the broader issues of verification before they enter the buggy world of software development.
Terry Shepard, Margaret Lamb, Diane Kelly
Extreme Programming, a lightweight OO development process, is the latest eruption between programmers and software engineers.
Richard Forno, William Feinbloom